A collection of commentaries by Dan Walters over the past week.
Shooting first and asking questions later might have been acceptable police conduct in 1872 California. It can’t be in the 21st century.
The California Supreme Court has ducked a fundamental issue in state’s pension crisis, leaving “California rule” up in the air.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is taking a carrot-and-stick approach to California’s housing shortage, but it may have a fatal flaw.
The state’s Fair Political Practices Commission wants the authority to prosecute local government officials who misuse public funds for campaigns.