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  • Donnelly dismisses rival Kashkari's fundraising in governor's race

    Donnelly dismisses rival Kashkari's fundraising in governor's race
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly dismissed the nearly $1 million his GOP rival Neel Kashkari raised in the two weeks since entering the race, saying that the former U.S. Treasury official is too similar to incumbent Democratic Gov. Jerry...
  • Post-recession quietude unites Californians, bolsters Gov. Brown

     Post-recession quietude unites Californians, bolsters Gov. Brown
    SALINAS, Calif. — Tony Salameh and Danielle Clark weathered the Great Recession from two worlds just a few miles apart. Salameh, 62, owns several restaurants in Carmel, the wealthy hamlet perched like a small jewel overlooking the sea. After a...
  • Two main GOP rivals of Brown didn't vote in many elections

    Two main GOP rivals of Brown didn't vote in many elections
    The two main Republicans hoping to take on Gov. Jerry Brown in the fall have failed to vote in many elections, according to documents and interviews. Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has cast a ballot in about half of the elections held since 1995, while former...
  • A new effort to end California's rip-off by oil producers

    A new effort to end California's rip-off by oil producers
    For decades, the big mystery of the California tax system has been the state's failure to exploit fully its greatest natural resource, oil. Of the 22 major oil-producing states, California is the only one that doesn't charge a "severance" tax — that...
  • McManus: Tough guys on illegal immigration

    McManus: Tough guys on illegal immigration
    "I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots and lived here, even though some time back they may have entered illegally." That was Ronald Reagan speaking during his 1984 reelection campaign. After that election, he stuck to his...
  • Romney spends heavily in a challenging month

    Romney spends heavily in a challenging month
    Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and a "super PAC" working on his behalf spent more than twice as much as they raised in January, underscoring how persistent challenges by rivals Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum have taxed the former...
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  • Lagunan chosen as alternate delegate at RNC

     Lagunan chosen as alternate delegate at RNC
    Longtime Laguna Beach resident Frank Ricchiazzi has been selected as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. Reps. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) and John Campbell (R-Irvine), and former Gov. Peter Wilson recommended...
  • Anne Gust Brown: Much more than California's first lady

    Anne Gust Brown: Much more than California's first lady
    Compared to the glamour and swagger of the Schwarzenegger/Shriver years, California's present governor and his wife are a couple of homebodies with a touch of the workaholic. Indeed, some Californians may be surprised to know that Jerry Brown has been...
  • Daum: The GOP's Palin hangover

    Daum: The GOP's Palin hangover
    Ann Romney is on the record: She would like to see a woman as her husband's running mate. And so would any number of Republicans who are concerned about their party's standing with female voters. But for all the excitement that the topic stirs up, don't...
  • Apple's Tim Cook is Bay Area's most highly paid CEO

    Apple's Tim Cook is Bay Area's most highly paid CEO
    It's good to be Tim Cook. With 2011 compensation of $378 million, the Apple chief executive ousted Oracle's Larry Ellison as the Bay Area's most highly paid CEO of a publicly traded company, according to a survey by the San Jose Mercury News. In...