If it wasn’t for California, Donald Trump would have won the popular vote by 1.5 million. The state is so deeply under the Democrats’ thrall, the GOP didn’t even run a candidate for the Senate in California this year.

As a result of its aggressively progressive policies, California now lays claim to both the highest rate of wealth inequality and highest poverty rate in the nation. Its educational system ranks 40th in the USA.

It appears well on its way to becoming what an analysis on Real Clear Politics calls “a kind of feudal society divided by a rich elite and a larger poverty class….a cross between Hawaii and Tijuana, a land for the aging rich and their servants.”

This could come as no surprise, since savage inequality seems to be the fate of all political regimes that espouse utopian pipe dreams about economic equality. It’s almost as if it was

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