Posts Tagged ‘California’

This reminds one of an ACORN event. Against a green backdrop of overhanging trees and manicured lawns, an army of 1,100 nurses wearing red scrubs descended onto Edge Road in Atherton on Thursday, storming the quiet street where Republican gubernatorial nominee and nurses union foe Meg Whitman resides. Remember? Part of the process ACORN used […]

Here Hair


It’s a virtual tie! Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer’s edge over Republican challenger Carly Fiorina has dwindled to 3 points as she seeks re-election in November, with more Californians now holding an unfavorable view of the three-term senator, a poll released on Thursday showed. Boxer, who once held a 30-point lead over Fiorina, the former CEO […]

Knowing Carly


It’s time to start getting to know Carly Fiorina, the former HP CEO who is the GOP nominee to take on radical California Senator Barbara Boxer. Unaware of an open mic before a television interview on Wednesday, Fiorina mocked rival Sen. Barbara Boxer‘s hair, complained about Fox-TV’s Sean Hannity and grumbled about Election Night cheeseburgers. […]

Sad Gay West


Hhhhmmmm. Will this be good for the GOP in November because the leftists won’t be energized to turn out? Or is it good for Dems because the right won’t be so energized? Well, I guess its the first, since the right is already FIRED UP, READY TO GO! A challenge to California’s gay marriage ban […]

Married Dems


Few forces in our politics are as destructive as the partnership between the Democratic Party and the labor movement. The rubble of GM and Chrysler, the education system, and the finances of states and municipalities are some of the more obvious, and current, results that sit plainly for all to see. Jerry Brown’s recent plea […]

Old Days


Jerry Brown is making another run for governor of California, and at this point, he’s the front runner. It’s been 27 years since he last held the office. “Our state is in serious trouble and the next governor must have the preparation, and the knowledge and the know-how to get California working again,” he said […]



Arnold takes a knife to the California budget.