A settlement restoring voting rights to ex-offenders comes just two days before the anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
It took cajoling for California to take a healthy step forward to help more people register to vote. It will take a chorus of community voices, now and in the weeks to come, to maximize the grassroots response and maintain the momentum.
Birther queen Orly Taitz is celebrating a routine U.S. Supreme Court decision to refer her petition, which asks the court
Taitz's suit seeks to block Biden from performing his constitutional duty as president of the U.S. Senate, opening envelopes
I remember seeing a court reporter in Judge Marginis’s courtroom. I remember he is a male reporter, not tall, partially bald
Alexander helped write a study by the Pew Center on the States that gave low marks to California for its lack of online lookup
The changes Adler proposes for the 36th District are more stylistic than anything else. When asked which of outgoing Rep
When we effectively advocate for our issues, and we help people understand why they need to support Democratic values, we must welcome the converted as much as those baptized by the Party at birth.
Into the void of ex-dictator Hosni Mubarak comes a challenge for the United States to become an honest broker for peace between Israel and Palestine, to abandon preemptive wars, and to forsake its role as arms merchant to torturers.
There is no lack of enthusiasm with Democrats in Van Nuys, the San Fernando Valley, the whole of Los Angeles and the rest of California.