Friday, March 31, 2017

Set asides, pension stuffing, unions rukle, and diversity costs

Gov. Jerry Brown went to Concord on Thursday to promote a plan to fix the state’s roads and highways, acknowledging that the $52 billion plan may be a “heavy lift” for some motorists but promising he’s motivated only by a desire to improve transportation.
Unfunded pension liabilities are causing cities and town to lay off workers, and the problem is getting worse.  Unfunded liabilities grow, and Jerry will make them grow faster.  

We are talking about a governor who left a bridge unfinished, hanging in mid-air, because the environmental cult decided cars were uncool.  We are also talking about planners who think Fresno California is on the route between LA and SF.  

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