• @genemaddaus
    6 October, 2015

    Who Is Dodgers Owner Mark Walter and Where Did He Get All That Money? http://t.co/ky2EBhP3I4 via @LAWeeklyNews

  • @genemaddaus
    5 October, 2015

    Villaraigosa tests the waters in Visalia... http://t.co/hRSRQ1qLMW via @vtdnews

  • @genemaddaus
    2 October, 2015

    RT @WWLA: We are remembering Allan Hoffenblum @WeHoGOP. A lovely man, and an always dependable voice on CA politics.

  • @genemaddaus
    1 October, 2015

    RT @LarryAltman: Looks like gunman in Oregon shooting has ties to Torrance. If you knew Chris Harper Mercer, please call me.

  • @genemaddaus
    30 September, 2015

    "First I gotta burn San Francisco." Homicidal maniac or social media director? http://t.co/ifch41eklF via @LAWeeklyNews


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