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Separatism loses in SCT, CA
Coming shortly after entrepreneur Tim Draper's Six Californias initiative failed to qualify for the 2016 ballot, Scotland's voters decided not to secede from the United Kingdom -- yet. So it would seem separatist movements are not doing well. But pushing such revolts as far as they did shows a ...
Arnold meets his match in India
Arnold Schwarzenegger has met his match in South India. On Monday, just a few days after the controversial unveiling of his official gubernatorial portrait in Sacramento, the former California governor traveled halfway around the world to Chennai, India. During Arnold’s second trip to India ...
Garcetti shows why minimum wage kills jobs
In backing a higher minimum wage for his city, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti inadvertently explained how it would kill jobs. From the Times: "Garcetti pitched his plan to gradually boost the minimum wage across the city, critics argued that businesses might move to nearby cities to pay workers le...
Guerrilla marketing fuels OC mystery campaign
Less than seven weeks from Election Day, political campaigns are looking for novel ways to distinguish themselves from all the election-related noise. In Orange County, one creative independent expenditure has turned to a mysterious guerrilla marketing campaign to get its message out: It's attac...
In debate, Torlakson misrepresents teacher-discipline bill
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson debated challenger Marshall Tuck on Wednesday night and once again found himself on the defensive over the teacher tenure laws targeted in the Vergara decision. Cabinet Report details how Tuck went after ... ... Torlakson’s support of teach...
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