Markets ‘Crush’ Brown's Windmill Fantasy 3

JULY 29, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI With the swagger of a boxer before a match, on July 24 Gov. Jerry Brown said he would “crush” any efforts to block renewable energy projects in California. Brown apparently was referring to efforts

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Calif. Can Lead Commercial Space Age 0

JULY 27, 2011 The completion of the Space Shuttle’s 135th and final mission reminded many of us here in the Golden State that Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California was the shuttle’s primary landing site in its first decade

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Treasure Isle: Greed, Gold, Toxic Waste 3

Yo ho ho and and a pot of redevelopment gold. For 15 years San Francisco has tried to transform Treasure Island from a sandy former Naval base into a gold and jobs-generating new urban community with 40-story skyscrapers interspersed by

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CA Green Elites Block Economic Recovery 0

JULY 21, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI In 1970, Tom Wolfe wrote a non-fiction book titled “Radical Chic and Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers.” It was about poverty program bureaucrats in the Office of Economic Opportunity in San Francisco taking abuse called Mau-Mauing

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Green Power Project Jolts Citizens 58

JULY 20, 2011 By KATY GRIMES In the Southern California city of Chino Hills, there is a palpable anger spreading as the landscape is changing from bedroom community to industrial park. The bedroom community landscape now includes 200-foot electrical towers

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Leg Wants to Regulate Cough Syrup 0

Ali Meyer:  It’s Lil Wayne’s drug of choice.  Kids call it robo-tripping.  Cough syrup isn’t just for colds anymore. State Sen. Joe Simitian is attempting to pass SB 514, a bill that would prohibit the sale of dextromethorphan (DXM), a

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Tax-Funded Handout: Free WiFi 0

Ali Meyer: Looks like California taxpayers may have one more thing to pay for on their list.  State Sen. Alan Lowenthal, D-Long Beach, is attempting to pass SCR 6, which will provide free Internet service for at least 10 years to

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Spectacular waste in redwood forests 0

JULY 11, 2011 As I took the nearly six-hour drive recently from the Sacramento area, past Ukiah and up to Eureka, through the heart of California’s redwood-forested North Coast, I was reminded of the spectacular beauty of California. Driving through

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At Last, California Ties Texas 0

Wayne Lusvardi: It seems that, since 2006 when the University of Texas Longhorns football team beat USC in the Rose Bowl 41-38 for the National Championship of college football, California hasn’t been able to beat or even tie Texas at

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Schwarzenegger Carbon Footprint ↑

John Seiler: Here’s the latest on the Schwarzenegger split: It now definitely looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger’s estranged wife Maria Shriver will not be back. The former TV journalist is looking to splash some of her fortune on a $10 million

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