This essay in City Journal, Hanson contends that California is in trouble financially, but the state still has a lot to offer.
in this post for City Journal, literature and political writer Michael Anton writes that Tom Wolfe has captured something important about California in his wiritings.
In this post for City Journal, Steven Malenga makes no bones about it: CalPERS’s corruption, insider dealing, and politicized investments have overwhelmed taxpayers with debt.
In this issue of City journal, the author notes that taxes are on the rise and becoming increasingly burdensome as is debt:
In this issue of City Journal, James Panero writes that fracking brings breathtaking economic and environmental benefits—at least to places that welcome it.
In this special issue of City Journal, E. J. McMahon discusses the problems of the burdensome tax system in New York. He sums it up nicely with this:
In this post at City Journal, Larry Sands writes that,
New policy solutions at the state level are necessary to anticipate, prevent, and manage distress.
Sallie Mae, the largest private lender of student loans, recently announced that it will split into two entities.
THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF HYDROFRACTURING ON LOCAL ECONOMIES: A Comparison of New York and Pennsylvania