California is infested with violent crime, failing schools, America’s highest gasoline prices (a stunning $9.60 per gallon in Mendocino), and a 1,200-year-record drought.
Al fresco vagrants, too many of them mentally ill and/or addicted to drugs and alcohol, populate ramshackle tent cities that breed lawlessness, squalor, and chaos. Rampant wildfires burn the Golden State to a crisp and pump its skies full of carbon dioxide — a poison worse than cyanide, according to the high priests in the Church of the Green New Deal.
So, amid such monumental challenges, where have California’s leaders focused lately?
Radical-Left Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom should spend his time and energy on any or all of these urgent matters, several of which routinely kill people.