“Print it once and print it all” used to be the LA Times tradition for news; instead of dribbling out an evolving story in daily disconnected tidbits, they would run long, coherent, interpretable stories about situations.
Today’s editorial on the carbon tax is in that tradition. Informed, thoughtful, and complete. They also resist the meme of “yeah, but it’s politically infeasible” on the principle that everything not yet enacted is infeasible, tautologically, and that discourse like this is supposed to change that.
Angelenos: go out (on your feet, of course) and buy many copies of the print edition. Then go shop at everybody with an ad in it; spend a lot.