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California's regional, Not Partisan, Divide

When the average political observer looks at California they probably think to themselves; liberal, Democratic, highly ideological.  Unlikely to come to mind is regionally divided.  But that is exactly what California is.   1,167 more words


Poll: Voters Care Little For California's 2016 Senate Contest

LOS ANGELES (AP) – So far, California’s U.S. Senate contest has been a snoozer.

An independent poll Wednesday says the emerging race to find a successor for departing Democrat Barbara Boxer is off to an almost invisible start. 244 more words


Wedding Season Opens


Wedding Season is now official opened as Dave attends his first of the year.

Things get pretty whacked in Waco as as many as five motorcycle gangs go all Sons of Anarchy on each other at a local restaurant. 100 more words

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Senate Candidate Rep. Loretta Sanchez of OC in Hot Water Over 'War Cry'

U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez has apologized for an ethnically touchy gaffe that was caught on cell phone video.

The Democrat, who is running to replace California’s retiring Sen. 722 more words

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Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Apologizes For Indian Whooping-Cry Caricature

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) – U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized Sunday after a videotape surfaced showing her making a whooping cry in reference to Native Americans that brought her a cascade of reprimands from fellow Democrats to posts on Twitter. 685 more words


'I Said Something Offensive … I Sincerely Apologize,' Rep. Loretta Sanchez Says After 'War Cry'

U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized Sunday for making a stereotypical Native American “war cry” gesture that disrupted the opening phase of her campaign.

In remarks to hundreds of delegates at the state Democratic Party convention in Anaheim, the Orange County congresswoman said Native Americans “know that I have always had their backs.” 145 more words

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Sweet Loretta?

You can’t blame Californians for being somewhat jaded, if not downright disinterested in statewide elections. Just look at the numbers.

Jerry Brown won last year’s gubernatorial contest by 20 points without working up a sweat (or bothering to run ads). 772 more words

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