Lloyd Billingsley ARTICLES
Fifteen Years After 9/11, The Bureaucratic Bull's-Eye Remains
The attack September 11, 2001 resulted in bigger and more numerous government agencies. But vast bureaucracies are a weakness in national security.
Decades After 1972 Gold Medal Travesty, Olympic Injustice Still Prevails
The president's last shot for a put-back
The Washington Gun Control Axis
The dangerous ideas of the president and his designated successor
Who's Sorry Now?
No presidential apology for debt, taxes, domestic debacles
California's Criminal Cronyism: Why The Governator Reduced A Violent Felon's Sentence
Cronyism is not the exclusive property of any political party or ideology.
Oscar Postscript: Goodbye To A Different Kind Of Blacklisting
Trumbo was content to recycle longstanding left-wing mythology. Bridge of Spies, on the other hand, dared to tell the truth.
California Coastal Boss Gets Fired
Golden State sets a good example for federal government bureaucracies
Power Beyond The People: Why California Lags In Leadership
Rolling back abusive, expansionist government would help restore the Golden State’s fortunes as national leader.
Diversity Dogma And The Quest For Quotafornia
At some high schools in the Sacramento area, 90 percent of graduates will need remedial math and English in college.
Tinseltown Turns Back The Clock With Trumbo Tribute
Dalton Trumbo wasn't a hero, he was a bona-fide communist.
California's Whale Of A Tale In Bad Government
The city of San Diego and San Diego County are fully capable of dealing with SeaWorld’s expansion plans.
California's Tax Counterrevolution
Born-again tax-hiker Gov. Jerry Brown leads the way
California Leads The Nation In Money For Nothing
Thousands of full-time government employees perform no work
California’s Pillage People Lead The Nation In Tax Collector Harassment
The tax collectors have not exactly been transparent about how much money they are spending to pursue Gilbert Hyatt.
Pension Truth Trickles Down In California
Ventura County’s pension costs soared from $45 million in 2004 to $162 million in 2013.
Do Unions Represent the American Worker?
Only 6.6 percent of workers in the private sector are members of unions, a small minority that is getting smaller.
Lessons For Journalists From Obama Insider David Axelrod
As a true believer, David Axelrod is not a man to speak the truth to power.
Obamacare's Misery Index: How Covered California Imposed 'Widespread Consumer Misery'
When Emily Bazar sought answers from Covered California, bosses again blamed the problem on computers.
California Congressman Mark DeSaulnier And The Bridge To No Accountability
The new congressman from California is going to feel right at home in Washington.
Beware The White Coat Syndrome: Lessons From California
Obama's 'Precision Medical Initiative' is bound to end badly.