As a statewide political force, California’s conservative voters
are disenfranchised. Almost now politicians holding state office
speak for conservatives, almost no court rulings favor
conservatives, and nearly everywhere, conservative values are
discredited or ignored by a hostile press. But California’s
political landscape could be poised for dramatic shifts. Even now,
after more than a decade of national economic expansion that has
especially favored California’s high tech industries, the negative
consequences of liberal political dominance are increasingly
By now every voter in California knows that something is wrong.
Failing schools. Out of control homelessness. Millions living in
poverty. Bad roads. Water shortages. Ridiculously expensive
electricity, gasoline, utilities, even food. Overpriced homes.
Regressive taxes. Punitive regulations that specifically target
small businesses. We’ve heard this litany again and again. It’s
true. And there are solutions.
Today Californian voters might reject liberal governance if they
were offered candidates offering a new political agenda designed to
rescue California’s schools and lower the cost of… Read More