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Unfair competition with the Sun? Trump’s folly and the danger of...

  On Monday, Sept. 17, Donald Trump imposed 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of products imported from China, including goods like toilet paper...

Letter to the Editor: In response to the Highlander’s gas tax...

Writer: Kenneth Rosenfield, ’89 MBA UCR Email: Studio.h40@gmail.com In response to the Highlander editorial published on November 20, 2017, entitled, "California must put the brakes on...

California must put the brakes on new gas tax

On Wednesday, Nov. 1 came a much-dreaded gas tax increase, which immediately inflated gasoline prices by 12 cents per gallon and diesel fuel prices...

House of Representatives invests in stock market today, divests from tomorrow

As House Republicans continue frantically searching for popular programs to gut in order to clear the financial hurdle needed for their plan to bestow...

GSA Pres. Ragan: GOP tax plan a “death blow” to students

Graduate students are panicked over a provision in the GOP tax plan — unveiled by House Republicans Thursday, Nov. 2 and approved by the...

Mark Ibele discusses potential California tax system reform

Public policy is constantly being updated, changed and reformed to reflect current economic and social trends, however, California’s current state and local tax policy...

Where has all the money gone? The reasons behind the gridlock...

Right now, the public should be shouting at the politicians, “Why can’t we all just get along?” Apparently this is impossible for Democrats and...

The dual face of nonprofits: providing charity or playing politics?

‘Tis the season to reach down into our pockets past the lint balls and with a little luck find some spare change for the...

The Buffett rule should be deemed ineffective and unnecessary

You wouldn’t know it from Occupy Wall Street’s angry rants against America’s tight-fisted 1 percent, but a surprising number of fat cats are eager...