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Texas Latinos out-achieve CA Latinos in broad array of categories

Heritage Foundation senior editor Mike Gonzalez has a new book out this month, “A Race for the Future: How Conservatives Can Break the Liberal Monopoly on Hispanic Americans.” Gonzalez, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, takes a deeper look at

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Video: Obamacare shutters CA businesses

July 1, 2013 By Brian Calle In this interview with Alexis Garcia, I go beyond the political debate over the president’s signature health care legislation to reveal how Obamacare will hurt local medical device startups throughout California.

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Californians like sprawl far more than ‘smart growth’ 5

June 25, 2013 By Chris Reed California’s official embrace of trendy “smart growth” — the policy/religion that assumes it’s best for individuals, communities and Gaia for most people to live in densely packed areas near transportation hubs, so they don’t

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Data show hefty public-employee compensation 32

April 11, 2013 By Ed Ring “Forget about logic,” Jack advised. “My analytics instructor says that all logic is mere tautology. She says it is impossible to learn anything through logic that you did not already know.” — Robert A.

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Can Ticket Surcharge Cure Paralysis? 0

APRIL 11, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI Can tacking a $3 surcharge on all traffic tickets in California cure spinal cord injuries? Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski, D-Fremont, apparently thinks so. Wieckowski’s proposed AB 190 would tack on a $3 surcharge to every

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Liberal Dem Takes On OC's Campbell 3

OCT. 26, 2010 By JOHN SEILER A surprising duel is taking place in the 48th Congressional District in California, which centers on Irvine and includes Tustin, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills and other cities. It’s between sitting Rep. John Campbell, a

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