California Democrats are taking aim at bullets with a number of proposals limiting ammunition purchases.
Some of the most conservative members of the Republican party gathered this past weekend for the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC, taking aim at President Obama, the Democrats, each other and the State of California.
While the Niners lost the Superbowl, it could be worse. The Sacramento Kings have inked a deal to go to Seattle and it’s gotten political.
Soon you’ll be seeing privacy notices popping up on your mobile applications.
The calm is ending; the storm is here. The California state legislature is back in session and they are going to be very, very busy because they only have until January 25 to submit all the bills they are going to hear this session.
Twas the night before cliffmas, when all through the House The members were stirring, and starting to grouse, The stock market was steady, the jobs numbers were fair, But the issue of the fiscal cliff hung in the air.
Faced with mounting opposition and additional reports of fiscal mismanagement, California Gov. Jerry Brown’s defense of Proposition 30 tax increase is raising eyebrows.
A recent push by opponents of Proposition 37, which would require labeling of genetically modified foods, appears to be driving down support.
As Election Day nears, commercials on both sides of Governor Jerry Brown’s tax measure are looking to inspire voters, and not always in a forthright way. Also, the Munger family gives Brown a big headache.
Two aspects of California’s criminal justice system are on November’s ballot: the death penalty and three strikes law. Historically endorsed by overwhelming margins, public opinion appears to be shifting in favor of repealing both laws.