California’s pension plans are reporting dismal results, and the fund is now about $100 billion short of meeting its future obligations.

There is a positive in all of the underfinanced public retirement plans: Massive implosions of pension plans will force beneficiaries to become more self-reliant and less dependent upon governments' and politicians' promises.

Technology will soon allow a single factory to produce more than 30,000 heads of lettuce every day, using 98 percent less water, 30 percent less energy, and 50 percent fewer humans.

Economic laws cannot be overturned, no matter how hard progressives try.

The Obama administration has loudly touted reports that the U.S. economy has generated 14.1 million new jobs over the past 70 months and now sits at a 5.0 percent unemployment rate, but that's a highly manipulated statistic.

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