At the beginning of 2013, Californians couldn’t stop singing Gov. Jerry Brown’s praises. But now he seems headed for a crash on the rocks.
California politicians want federal intrusion into local affairs.
Last week, Californians gave lawmakers permission to stop doing their jobs. They even offered their own cash to keep politicians from having to seek a real solution to the state's economic problems.
On October 1, California State University will email letters warning applicants that enrollment capacity will drop if Gov. Jerry Brown's Proposition 30 fails.
The Federal Reserve predicts student loan debt will pass the $1 trillion mark this year. Students are taking out twice as much as they did 10 years ago (even after adjusting for inflation) and can't pay it back. From politicians to protesters, Americans are offering solutions to this seemingly impossible problem.