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Water

Thirsty Californians Tithe To High-Speed Rail by Georgi Boorman. Here’s why high-speed rail is a far worse investment for Californians than desalination plants to alleviate water shortages. But guess which one the politicos prefer. More.

Suburbia

Countering Progressives’ Assault on Suburbia by Joel Kotkin. The next culture war will not be about issues like gay marriage or abortion, but about something more fundamental: how Americans choose to live. In the crosshairs now will not be just […]

Struggle

LAT reviews The Best Team Money Can Buy: The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Wild Struggle to Build a Baseball Powerhouse by Molly Knight.

Friend

Wisconsin’s Friend at the IRS by WSJ. Wisconsin’s campaign to investigate conservative tax-exempt groups has always seemed like an echo of the IRS’s scrutiny of conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status. It turns out that may be more than a […]

Lawlessness

Sanctuary Cities Represent The Worst Kind Of Liberal Lawlessness by David Harsanyi. The debate over sanctuary cities is about far more than immigration; it’s about who has to obey the law and who doesn’t. More.

Disrupted

Childhood, Disrupted by Donna Jackson Nakazawa. Adversity in childhood can create long-lasting scars, damaging our cells and our DNA, and making us sick as adults. More. .