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  • Schwarzenegger's recall gamble

    California's prison guards union, angry about years of contract and other battles with the state government, announced a petition drive Monday to recall Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. The governor's initial response was to denounce the effort as a threat...
  • Gov. Moonbeam 2.0?

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Some people might think that it's way too early to begin planning for the 2010 race for governor, when term limits will force Arnold Schwarzenegger to step down and the seat will be open for the first time...
  • Big Oil buys Sacramento

    WHO'S AFRAID of Big Oil? Apparently, California's elected officials. Gasoline prices are stuck well above last year's record highs and about 50 cents above the national average. Yet state politicians are not saying or doing a thing, except for raking in...
  • The ugly truths about campaign strategy

    POLITICAL consultant Mark Penn came in for a lot of outrage last week when a March 2007 strategy memo for Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign surfaced. In it, Penn suggested exploiting Barack Obama's "multicultural, diverse" boyhood as a "very strong...
  • Where is California's next governor? Probably up north

    Nearly two years before we learn the results of the 2010 governor's race, the identity of the likely winner is clear: Northern California. More than half of California's population may live south of the Tehachapi Mountains, but the state -- in matters of...
  • Another chance at redistricting in California

    For the second time in four years -- and the fifth time in a generation -- California voters will be asked in November to approve a new procedure for drawing electoral districts. Proposition 11 would create a redistricting commission made up of 14 regular...
  • Will Feinstein run for governor?

    Will Feinstein run for governor?
    In 1987, then-Mayor Dianne Feinstein set off a civic soap opera in San Francisco, performing a public Hamlet act in weighing whether to seek the congressional seat made vacant by the death of Rep. Sala Burton, widow of legendary congressman Phil Burton....
  • Bipartisan Benedict Arnold

    OF ALL THE buzzwords in politics that have taken on a life of their own, "bipartisanship" is, without a doubt, the most overrated and misunderstood. A spot-on example of the absurd "bipartisan" folly transpired this week at a USC-sponsored conference...
  • Is California better off with Arnold?

    Is California better off with Arnold?
    Today's question: Is California today better or worse off since Schwarzenegger became governor in 2003? Was Gray Davis' recall a mistake? Does the proposed recall of Schwarzenegger by the prison guards union have any merit or pose a threat to his...
  • Wells Fargo exec used Malibu Colony home lost by Madoff-duped couple, neighbors say

    Wells Fargo exec used Malibu Colony home lost by Madoff-duped couple, neighbors say
    Bernard L. Madoff's massive fraud stunned some of the wealthy denizens of Malibu Colony, especially when a couple devastated by the scheme surrendered their oceanfront home to Wells Fargo Bank. But some neighbors say the real shocker came when they saw...
  • Can California survive 'no new taxes'?

    Can California survive 'no new taxes'?
    Today's question: Will Arnold Schwarzenegger be able to fulfill his promise to never raise taxes? Previously, Boyarsky and Bradley debated whether California is better off under Schwarzenegger. Fix the entire tax structure Point: Bill Boyarsky As was...