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Statists Fear 'Atlas Shrugged' Flick 0

APRIL 25, 2011 By STEVEN GREENHUT Editor’s note: The movie “Atlas Shrugged: Part 1” opened in California on April 15 and is currently playing at a number of theaters throughout the state. Check your local movie listings for times of

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How to Dilute Politicians' Power 0

APRIL 18, 2011 By STEVEN GREENHUT When I lived in Iowa, I was an average citizen, and, one day, I had a question for the governor’s office for an article I was writing for a small newsletter. I called the

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Dispense With the GOP Convention 0

John Seiler: Here’s one way Republicans really can help California: Cancel their convention this weekend. Save the money and invest it in local businesses. Or just go to local bars in their home districts and get drunk. The entire California

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I Go on a Road Trip to Sacramento 0

MARCH 8, 2011 BY JOHN SEILER Last week I started work on CalWatchDog.com as the new managing editor, a promotion from reporter and analyst. I’ll still be doing a lot of reporting and analyzing, as well as new editing and

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Ex-Weekly Reporter Lands Sacramento Investigative Gig 0

By R. Scott Moxley January 6, 2010 Ex-OC Weekly investigative reporter Anthony Pignataro has joined the staff of the new Sacramento-based CalWatchdog.com which launched its website yesterday. Controlled by ex-Orange County Register editorial writer Steven Greenhut on behalf of a

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CalWatchdog Debuts Web Site on State Government 0

By Melanie Turner January 6, 2010 Think-tank Pacific Research Institute has launched Sacramento-based investigative reporting Web site www.CalWatchdog.com. CalWatchdog plans to serve as a one-stop-shop for information on California government, with original news content, investigative reports and a collection of

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Savoring a target-rich environment 0

Jan. 5, 2010: Then there was the time I swiped a local city councilman’s trash. Another reporter and I were investigating him for all manner of crookedness (he was eventually convicted of felony corruption and banned for life from ever

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