The death at 101 of San Francisco poet and publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti has David and Will thinking of the conservative response to California’s revolutionary artists.
Kevin D. Williamson educates New York Times columnist Ezra Klein, who just wants California to stop embarrassing the progressive project.
Gavin Newsom finds himself in a knife fight with the California teachers union that brought him to the governor’s mansion. San Francisco mayor London Breed reveals her mettle. State lawmakers ...
As Gavin Newsom’s popularity plummets, Van Jones and the LA Times echo false claims the recall effort is “tied” to QAnon and white supremacists.
Governor Gavin Newsom eases COVID restrictions, but he’ll have a tough time persuading his allies in the teachers union that it’s safe to reopen schools.
Gavin Newsom adds 'failed vaccine rollout' to his catalogue of failures, monarchical power saves ex-congressman Duncan Hunter, and more.
David and Will consider California reactions to the pro-Trump mayhem at the U.S. Capitol, including Trump-free Facebook and Twitter.
David and Will discuss the relationship between this week’s events in Washington, D.C., and California’s ongoing dysfunction.
David and Will review pandemics, wildfires, utility regulation, school lockdowns, the fall and rise of Kamala Harris, and much (much) more.
State treasurer wagers California cash in Pope Francis’s “inclusive capitalism” initiative, Alex Padilla named to replace Kamala Harris, and more.