Renewing Our Call for Reason in Government It is tough to be a centrist in the current political environment. The only centrist candidate in the recent Santa Barbara mayoral election finished 4th. Senator Feinstein faces a primary challenge because she often favors pragmatism over dogma. As a result, it’s easy to understand why many centrists … Read More
Drawing comparisons between Richmond, California and local municipalities, Brian Goebel builds on the Los Angeles Times’ series on “California’s Pension Crisis” to argue in a Post on 2040matters.com that Santa Barbara area governments must take steps today to mitigate the many adverse consequences of exploding pension contributions.
Expanding on an excellent column by Dan Walters in the Sacramento Bee, Brian Goebel publishes a piece on 2040matters.com arguing that California’s elected officials should keep an eye on DC, but get back to work fixing California’s myriad problems.
In a recent piece in the Orange County Register entitled “The revolution will be livestreamed,” Brian Goebel, the President of Reason in Government, discusses the future of political parties as they grapple with Millennials and the consumer preference to tailored content.
Brian Goebel discusses “The Gaping Hole in the Center of American Politics” on www.2040matters.com.