Our View | ‘Housing Bubble II,’ the Sequel

By The Signal Editorial Board One of the core questions of governance is, should good behavior be rewarded? We would posit that, in the vast majority of instances — as in, we can’t imagine any exceptions but we’d allow for the possibility that they could exist — yes, absolutely, good behavior should be rewarded. There should be some benefit to

Our View | A Lump of Coal from Congress

What’s 4,155 pages long and spends $1.7 trillion of your money?  Yes, it’s the newly enacted omnibus spending bill, passed last week just before Christmas

Our View | COVID and the Freedom to Dissent

During the Roman Inquisition in the 1600s, Copernicus and then Galileo were found to be “foolish and absurd in philosophy” and “vehemently suspect of heresy,”

Our View | A Vote of No Confidence

As of this writing, it has been 10 days since the Nov. 8 General Election. And we still don’t know all of the results.  California