California in La La Land: Part 1

Voters in California, a state with a crushing 12.5 percent unemployment rate (well above the national average), on November 2nd rejected…yes, rejected, Proposition 23, which would have relaxed the state’s job killing environmental regulations until the unemployment rate reached a manageable 5 percent.  California voters decided 61 percent to 39 percent to choose environmental feel-goodism over jobs, or, to put it bluntly, nature over humans.  Good luck with that.

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