Jon Coupal: Ballot Measures and New Taxes

September 9, 2020/by Will Swaim

Huntington Beach denies pandemic reality, dispenses pay raises

April 15, 2020/by Edward Ring

Suggested Executive Orders for Governor Gavin Newsom

April 9, 2020/by Edward Ring

California Cities Hike Minimum Wage as Economy Falters

April 9, 2020/by Edward Ring

Plastic Bags and the Recycling and Reuse Scam

April 2, 2020/by Edward Ring

Post-Coronapocalypse pension reform checklist for California

April 1, 2020/by Edward Ring

Black Swans and Super Bubbles

April 1, 2020/by Edward Ring

Venice Beach shut down except for homeless encampments

April 1, 2020/by Edward Ring

Grassroots Infrastructure for Initiatives and Recalls is Growing in California

March 24, 2020/by Edward Ring

Time for California’s Government Unions to Get Serious About Pension Reform

March 24, 2020/by Edward Ring

California Cities in Critical Condition

March 18, 2020/by Edward Ring

Government Pensions Are Dividing Americans and Damaging the Economy

March 17, 2020/by Edward Ring

Sustainable Megacities

March 17, 2020/by Edward Ring

Californians reject new taxes and borrowing

March 12, 2020/by Edward Ring

Gathered for the feast at the Hotel California

March 12, 2020/by Edward Ring

The Wondrous, Magnificent Cities of the 21st Century

March 10, 2020/by Edward Ring

California’s K-12 spending exceeds $20,000 per pupil

March 3, 2020/by Edward Ring

The Premises of California’s Dysfunction

March 3, 2020/by Edward Ring

Public Safety Compensation and Public Safety

February 26, 2020/by Edward Ring

California’s Progressive War on Suburbia

February 20, 2020/by Edward Ring

Fighting the One-Party State at the Local Level in California

February 12, 2020/by Edward Ring

Teachers Union Promotes Property Tax Increase

February 6, 2020/by Edward Ring

Using Online Resources to Qualify Ballot Measures

January 29, 2020/by Edward Ring

How California embraced Corporate Socialism

January 28, 2020/by Edward Ring

“Density Ideology” will destroy California

January 20, 2020/by Edward Ring

Newsom’s 2020-21 Budget – A big pie but empty calories

January 15, 2020/by Edward Ring

West Contra Costa School District putting a half-billion dollar bond before voters in March

January 9, 2020/by Edward Ring

Public Employee Strike Looms in Santa Clara County

January 6, 2020/by Edward Ring

The Manger vs The Monster – Housing California’s Homeless

December 18, 2019/by Edward Ring

The Many Unintended Consequences of AB 5

December 11, 2019/by Edward Ring

California Pioneers Subsidized Housing for Public Employees

December 4, 2019/by Edward Ring

Pension reform waits for California Supreme Court

December 2, 2019/by Edward Ring

Californians exempt from the consequences of Liberalism

December 2, 2019/by Edward Ring

The Boondoggle Archipelago

November 20, 2019/by Edward Ring

With Friends Like These: How Local Officials can end corporate welfare and unleash markets to create prosperity in California communities

November 20, 2019/by Will Swaim

The Seven Deadly Sins of California’s Political Establishment

November 18, 2019/by Edward Ring

The Cost to Taxpayers of Enhancing Sonoma County Employee Pensions

November 13, 2019/by Edward Ring

Long-Term Solutions for California Wildfire Prevention

November 7, 2019/by Edward Ring

How many laws does San Francisco’s Prop A violate?

October 23, 2019/by Edward Ring

Electricity and Ideology – Competing Priorities in California

October 22, 2019/by Edward Ring

How much will YOUR city pay CalPERS in a down economy?

October 3, 2019/by Edward Ring

Using the Initiative Process to Transform California

October 1, 2019/by Edward Ring

Court Ruling Offers School Boards New Options

July 31, 2019/by Edward Ring

Fighting Corporate Welfare

June 17, 2019/by Edward Ring

Analyzing Government Financial Health by Using Financial Statements

May 20, 2019/by Marc Joffe

Citizen’s Initiatives May Transform Oxnard Politics

May 6, 2019/by Edward Ring

Resisting the Union Assault on Charter Schools

April 16, 2019/by Edward Ring

Reforms IF Court Rules Pensions can be Changed for Future Service

November 29, 2018/by Ken Churchill

In Search of Public Employers Willing to Fight for Their Right to Free Speech

September 7, 2018/by Edward Ring

The Case for Adopting COIN “Civic Openness in Negotiations” Ordinances

August 17, 2018/by Edward Ring

Starting an Independent Fire Department

June 26, 2018/by Edward Ring

California’s Government Unions Take Steps to Obliterate Janus Impact

June 21, 2018/by Edward Ring

We can save California if leaders act boldly, urgently

June 12, 2018/by Matt Patterson

How Local Elected Officials Can Work With Local Activists

May 2, 2018/by Edward Ring

Using Citizen’s Initiatives to Repeal Local Taxes

April 25, 2018/by Edward Ring

Resources for California’s Pension Reformers

March 13, 2018/by Edward Ring

Innovative Incarceration Could Result in Lower Costs and Safer Citizens

February 21, 2018/by Edward Ring

How to Restore Financial Sustainability to Public Pensions

February 14, 2018/by Edward Ring

How to Assess Impact of Market Correction on Pension Payments

February 7, 2018/by Edward Ring

How Glendale Saved Money on Retiree Health Costs

January 4, 2018/by Edward Ring

What the Census Report on Poverty Means for California’s Local Elected Officials

January 2, 2018/by Edward Ring

Prohibit Public Money in Campaigns for New Taxes and New Bonds

December 11, 2017/by Edward Ring

Explaining the Pension Crisis – Additional Graphics

December 6, 2017/by Edward Ring

Graphics to Explain the Pension Crisis to Colleagues and Constituents

December 5, 2017/by Edward Ring

Pension Questions To Ask Your Agency’s CFO, Actuary & Auditor

December 4, 2017/by Edward Ring

Did CalPERS Fail to Disclose Costs of Historic Bump in Pension Benefits?

October 25, 2017/by Edward Ring

Did Your Agency Comply with the Law When Increasing Pension Formulas?

October 24, 2017/by Ken Churchill

How Local Officials Can Prepare for the Janus Ruling

October 18, 2017/by Edward Ring

Coping With the Pension Albatross

October 12, 2017/by Edward Ring

Marin County Discloses Debt Balances on Property Tax Bills

October 4, 2017/by Edward Ring

How Fraudulently Low “Normal Contributions” Wreak Havoc on Civic Finances

September 29, 2017/by Edward Ring

Steps to Improve Police Training and Accountability

September 19, 2017/by Edward Ring

How Placer County Privatized Inmate Food Services

September 13, 2017/by Edward Ring

Pension Reform – The San Jose Model

September 5, 2017/by Edward Ring

Reforming Binding Arbitration

August 30, 2017/by Edward Ring

Pension Reform – The San Diego Model

August 23, 2017/by Edward Ring

Tips for Negotiating with Public Sector Unions

August 16, 2017/by Edward Ring

Getting the Most Out of Your Annual Agency Audit

August 14, 2017/by Edward Ring

How to Put Agency Budgets Online

August 8, 2017/by Edward Ring

How to Identify a “Good” Bond

August 1, 2017/by Edward Ring