A collection of commentaries by Dan Walters over the past week.
The battle over California’s “gig economy” is underway in the Legislature and a new front has been opened in the California Public Employees Retirement System.
Welcome to Sacramento, where the state budget is written in secret and decisions on important bills are made behind closed doors.
Donald Trump closes the book by California’s “Shrimpgate” scandal by pardoning former Assemblyman Pat Nolan.
“Fungibility,” as applied to politics, means there’s no free lunch despite politicians’ efforts to persuade us otherwise.