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  • California GOP survives, barely, to fight another day

    When political neophyte Pete Peterson was thinking about running for California secretary of state, his mentor urged him on with surfer logic: "Sometimes you need to be the guy in the water when the wave hits."
  • Nov. 1 Letters: Election Day, Ed Gillespie, Mark Warner

    Use your voice If you are disgusted about the poor performance of government, and thinking about not voting on Tuesday, think again. Why is the performance of our government so poor? Remember that when President Barack Obama was first elected, Sen. Mitch...

    It's A Gray Area: My weekly column will become monthly

    In 2004, I took an unpaid leave of absence from my duties as a trial court judge and ran for U.S. Senate as a Libertarian. I knew I would not win the election, but I was so upset at the direction our country was headed that I wanted to be a part of the...

    In The Arts

    Laguna Art Museum launches five exhibitions Laguna Art Museum will hold an opening reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in honor of its upcoming exhibitions: John Paul Jones; E. Roscoe Shrader; Sean Duffy: "Searcher"; "Masterstrokes: Selections from Laguna...

    '3 Strikes' Law Goes Into Effect

    Brushing aside criticisms of its cost and potential flaws, Gov. Pete Wilson on Monday signed what he called the toughest and most sweeping criminal sentencing law in the state's history, the "three strikes" bill that is aimed at putting habitual felons...