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Congrats to LAT on success of fracking disinformation campaign

June 9, 2013 By Chris Reed The new Los Angeles Times poll showing sharp skepticism among Californians about hydraulic fracturing — the newly improved oil-gas drilling process that has triggered a brown energy revolution — should trigger fierce pride among

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And now, President Schultz 0

May 15, 2013 By Chris Reed The best “Hogan’s Heroes” in-joke of all time:

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Boston bombing: Why to expect bad fallout on two fronts 30

April 24, 2013 By Chris Reed The fallout from the April 15 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon continues. Initially, the primary reaction was tired partisan attempts to imply the fault was either somehow a) the president’s fault because of

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Why Kamala Harris is probably not thrilled with compliment 81

April 7, 2013 By Chris Reed The instant national chortling Thursday over the fact that President Obama had called California’s Kamala Harris the “best-looking” state attorney general ended up being more about seeing the usual slippery standards on political correctness.

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Did the bullet train die in sequester fallout? Maybe. (Hallelujah!) 5

March 10, 2013 By Chris Reed The fallout of the sequester continues to be widely discussed, with the conventional wisdom being that President Barack Obama and his political team made a rare and serious miscalculation with their attempts to panic

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CA job growth vs. ND job growth: Bring on fracking! 6

March 9, 2013 By Chris Reed Greens were doing some chest-thumping this week after a new study came out that said California led the nation in 2012 in creation of green jobs. “Environmental Entrepreneurs tracks the creation of green jobs

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New San Diego Mayor Bob Filner displays anger management problem 5

Feb. 22, 2013 By Chris Reed What happens when a veteran congressman with a history of anger management issues and an apparent disinterest in understanding how city government works becomes mayor of California’s second-largest city? San Diegans are finding out

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Most East Coast media misjudge CA bullet train 11

Feb. 19, 2013 By Chris Reed The immense perception gap between East Coast and West Coast journalists when it comes to reporting on the Golden State was never in sharper relief than in 2003. If you were in California, the

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The 2 simple reasons why Republicans lost the presidency 9

Nov. 14, 2012 By John Seiler An enjoyable part of the entertainment politicians give us is the barrage of explanations of why someone lost an election. We’re still getting that. Tony Quinn blames it on Republicans playing the “race card.”

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GOP doomed no matter what 20

Nov. 8, 2012 By John Seiler More than by the election, I’m amused by the aftermath comments. Consider this one, an analysis by Patrick May and Matt O’Brien for the Santa Cruz Sentinel: “As California goes, so goes the nation.

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