PG&E: Too Big to Work

PG&E: Too Big to Work

On Monday, Pacific Gas and Electric announced its intent to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, proving what many Californians have known for years—PG&E is not too big to fail; it’s failing already. November’s Camp Fire is only the...
Our Stand on Propositions 6 and 10

Our Stand on Propositions 6 and 10

California National Party Statement on Prop. 6 That the California gas tax is regressive, often hitting the most economically vulnerable communities hardest, is clear. As a flat tax spread over diverse socio-economic regions, more sparsely...
Reflections on a Platform

Reflections on a Platform

I was one of the dozens of CNP members who contributed to the recent 2018 platform revision. It was nearly a year’s work to shape the then-existing 2016 platform into what exists now, but such revisions are necessary, since a platform is the...
CaliforniaOne-Two-Three

CaliforniaOne-Two-Three

This year it’s en vogue to assume that the success of California rests on its destruction. Tim Draper’s foolish Cal3 initiative claimed that California has become too unwieldy to be successfully governed. While surely large in terms of population...