Michael Reagan, Making Sense Published 11:45 p.m. CT Aug. 23, 2019
Michael Reagan (Photo: Making Sense)
In the early 1970s, California was America’s Nirvana.
It was a sunny, well-run, happy and free-spirited place of limitless opportunity where half the young people in Flyover Country wanted to move to, enjoy and spend the rest of their lives.
At the time, California’s government was a model for every other state. Its infrastructure, educational system and growing economy were top notch.
But that was a long, long political time ago.
Since then, the California Dream has been transformed into the California Nightmare by Democrats and their liberal ways. Now the Golden State is famous for high taxes, over-spending, failed education policies, overgenerous social welfare programs, a