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Then Trump's sad sack flack Sean Spicer said that the wall will be paid for by Mexico after all, in the form of a 20 percent
Well, it would almost have to, wouldn't it? Almost. Heinlein had a more sprawling five-volume collection of stories and novels
The stage was set. After a few months rehearsing and playing small clubs in Colorado, they were a tight combo, playing a
Then, earlier this month, Wikileaks revealed that Hillary Clinton had been promoting fracking -- the best argument for which
It's not as though prose holds any challenge for Dylan. His memoir, 'Chronicles, Volume One,' is highly evocative, brilliantly
As it happens, the 2006 AB 32 omnibus framework legislation signed by Schwarzenegger clearly continues well into the middle
The process should be fascinating. Mayer, an ace musician and aficionado of musicology, has tremendous insight into modern
Governor Jerry Brown has signed another California budget essentially along the lines he proposed, once again thwarting the designs of some legislative Democrats for expansive new and renewed programs.
Yet the mission of Bernie Sanders retains its importance. William Bradley Archive Politics is the art of the possible, but
I know Bernie Sanders know this. He's a very smart guy who lives in the real world. Unfortunately, he is going to have to
Then again, maybe I don't. I don't want everyone to know what I know. I don't want the sidewalks to become as crowded as
California public polls are all over the place. One very respected poll has a statistical tie, while a couple of other public polls have double-digit Clinton leads. My read is that both are off, that Hillary is ahead, but Bernie is in striking distance.
The defaced American flag mural overlooking Hollywood was restored to its Old Glory in a dawn operation by The PSA Crew, an
There's been a lot of chatter that the California primary may at last matter in the presidential race. Sorry to say that this dyed-in-the-wool California enthusiast doesn't think so. Not in terms of calling the turn on either party's nomination, that is.
Governor Jerry Brown avoided his characteristic quipsmanship as he signed California's nation-leading minimum wage hike into law on Monday morning in downtown LA.
Is Hillary Clinton regaining the media frame of inevitable Democratic nominee? Probably. Is that a good thing for her? We'll see. It not infrequently has not been.
Generally presented as some sort of out-of-the-blue challenge to the orthodoxy of our financialized politics, the Sanders vs. Clinton battle actually has deep roots in decades past.
The ongoing controversy over the Academy Awards' lack of diversity was realized in a street art installation piece left on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood by Plastic Jesus, known for past attention-getting art critical of the Oscars.
The Eagles, with a few hiatuses between long and rather leisurely and extremely profitable world tours, haven't really gone away since, though together they have only produced the smash studio double album Long Road Out of Eden.
Once the cheering, perhaps as much a matter of relief for at last having the beginnings of a real agreement as anything else, dies down, a process of years-long pressuring, prodding, chivvying, and inspiring will take place. Or, perhaps better put, it had damn well better take place if this planet is going to remain habitable for humanity.