California
Jul 2017

Absolute power corrupts absolutely

“we have become alarmed and disheartened by bullying tactics, threats of violence, and death threats”

Jun 2017

Time to get up and go to work, sir

“Now it’s time for the next step.”

Massive disappointment

I can’t imagine what I was thinking when I said that

It’s only a “ban” until it becomes inconvenient

Too big to scale

A no vacancy sign for prisoners

Easier to follow the rules when you’re the ones making them

Good luck with that

“What happens to the population of doctors practicing in California?”

May 2017

“Don’t wait for them. You lead.”

“Let’s just give them all the violence, it’s a person, it’s killing, let’s just give them all that.”

“The legislation would effectively put an end to the practice of free speech zones.”

Common sense.

Too good to check … almost literally.

“We’re running a bit long…”

“there is tremendous uncertainty in how such a system would be developed…”

Coarsening.

But the results will likely remain the same

Better late than never

Keep the stores empty to prevent “gentrification”

Go to the “free speech zone”

Not even pretending to try at this point

La-La Land populism?

Spoiler alert: It’s not

Lift the ban!

“Many members of the board are political allies of the Attorney General…”

A legacy of deadly failure

Who could possibly have predicted this? (Except for everyone)

Apr 2017

And this time it’s a good idea

Punishing lawful commerce

The Chief Justice of the state supreme court is rather picky about when to enforce the law

The absurd devolves into a criminal enterprise

Boiling point

Magical math

Calexit choke: Leader likes living in Russia better

Ed Morrissey Apr 18, 2017 10:01 AM

Fault lines.

As if you guys didn’t have enough influence already

Your status as a fugitive criminal precludes your request.

This is a moment of opportunity… for the White House

“Look, I’m just going to act like a fireman.”