In a decade, California and possibly the rest of America might end up resembling Cuba, the vintage car capital of the world.
It's increasingly clear that we need to balance green dreams with realistic policies that don't destroy economies and whole societies.
Rather than just trying to terrorize American citizens or ignore their wishes, the Green Left will now be forced to produce policies that protect nature without stomping out all natural human aspirations.
By embracing not victimization but human achievement, liberals can craft a way forward that does not torch the Republic in the process.
At a time of growing income inequality and diminished opportunity, a return to basic skills education promises a new future for America's working class.
The solution to our racial problem lies not with progressive agitprop but in issues like the lack of skills, affordable housing, and job opportunities.
It's time for the U.S. to reign in its Big Tech companies. They, not "disinformation," are the biggest threat to our democracy.
If we wish to preserve the middle class and America's families, we need a major change of direction.
Sadly, along with new technical and cultural innovations, the everyday reality outside the glamor zone presents a prospect as cautionary as it is aspirational, a harbinger of innovation marred by massive social inequality.
Sinema and Manchin have hit on the very thing that could stop the Democrats' hemorrhaging support. Specifically, the Democrats are suffering from an overly national approach.
We need to recognize the genius inherent in our republic once again.
Medieval-like immiseration justified by apocalyptic theology should not define humanity's inevitable trajectory.
Lockdowns in particular have sparked an incipient civil war between rival classes, not just in the U.S. but across Europe.
It's difficult to campaign against the blatant politicization of information by Google and Facebook and campus thought policing while urging citizens to spy on each other.
Sadly, the shapers of the 21st Century may prove more Medieval than modern. The famous arc is bending but towards autocracy and unreason. It's time to push back.
In a world economy that has seen labor's share of income drop for generations, this labor shortage could provide some restored leverage for both white and blue collar workers.
Getting immigration right is critical to our continued predominance. Great societies are by nature expansive.
Without a Trump to unite them, the Democrats, led by a radical fringe unrepresentative of even their own party, is finding themselves increasingly isolated.
Los Angeles may never pass New York as a world capital, but the prospect of a livable and attractive future, a beacon to a new generation, is possible if we can only make an exit from political dogma and create it.
Environmentalism has become a vanity project of the jet set that directly harms working-class interests. And it's this green agenda that directly threatens the working class that Biden has prioritized as he has taken command of the federal government .
Why America's new baby boom bodes well for our future.