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  • Commentary: Cities, workers can hash out good pension plans

    Recently the Concordia Center for Public Policy hosted a program on managing pension costs. Rapidly escalating pension expenses have dominated the news and forced the issue to the top of every local government agenda. The rapid increase in pension...
  • Small Wonders: A few things he just doesn't get

    Things I simply just don’t get: So, the last Harry Potter movie just came out. Spoiler Alert: J.K. Rowling is a gazillionaire. And leading up to the release was a gauntlet of publicity about the middle-aged actors pretending to be 17-year-old...
  • The Crowd: Argyros family passes charitable torch to Three Moms

    The Crowd: Argyros family passes charitable torch to Three Moms
    If you seek verification that Orange County has grown up, the evidence lies simply in the coming of a new generation of community leaders. In some ways it is hard to comprehend that time has passed, not by years, but by decades. The great men and women of...
  • Berman-Sherman battle is one Democrats would rather not have

    Reporting from Los Angeles and Washington -- Rep. Howard Berman hasn't had to fight for a job since Richard Nixon defeated George McGovern and M*A*S*H made its television debut. That was 1972, when he won a state Assembly seat in his first race. Now the...
  • Ron Kaye: You, the voter, must pay attention

    Mail-in voting for the general election two weeks from now already is under way with reforms in place — open primaries and the end of gerrymandered legislative districts — that are supposed to end the stalemate in Sacramento. The odds of...
  • Goldberg: The folly of recall elections

    Goldberg: The folly of recall elections
    It should surprise no one that I'm opposed to the recall of Scott Walker, the Wisconsin governor whose fate will be decided Tuesday. But that's only in part because I support what he's been trying to do in the Badger State. I'm also against recalls as a...
  • Richard Milanovich dies at 69; Agua Caliente Band chairman

    Richard Milanovich dies at 69; Agua Caliente Band chairman
    Richard Milanovich, who as chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians helped to usher in a new age of wealth and political muscle for many Native Americans through the expansion of tribal casinos in California, died Sunday at Eisenhower...
  • San Diego judge agrees to resign after censure by judicial panel

     
    A San Diego County Superior Court judge has agreed to resign after being censured by the Commission on Judicial Performance for a pattern of intemperate behavior toward lawyers and defendants. Judge DeAnn M. Salcido agreed to resign immediately to avoid.....
  • Reagan May Call Economic Emergency

     
    Ronald Reagan's political education: The new Assembly speaker, Van Nuys Democrat Bob Moretti, went to Reagan and said, "Look, you don't like me and I don't like you but if we want to get anything done here we've got to work together."...
  • Grading Schwarzenegger: Does he get an 'A' or an 'F' ?

     
    As Arnold Schwarzenegger leaves office, how do you grade the outgoing governor? Times Sacramento Bureau Chief Evan Halper noted that Schwarzenegger entered office with a state in crisis (leading to the recall of Gray Davis) and leaves office much the........
  • Austin Beutner says ties to stadium developer won't mar independence of mayor's blue-ribbon panel

     
    Declaring that a new downtown football stadium could be “transformative,” Los Angeles First Deputy Mayor Austin Beutner on Thursday defended the makeup of a mayoral panel tasked with examining the proposal despite some members’...