We're not sure what's happened in recent years, but California's stance toward illegal immigrants has gone from the hate of the Pete Wilson '90s to almost nothin' but love today (unless, of course, you listen to AM talk radio).
USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll numbers released over the weekend s ... More >>
LA Weekly has been expressing doubts about California's proposed $100-billion-plus bullet train for a few years now. Although we some criticism for it, it looks like a majority of you are starting to have the same second thoughts.
In fact, some of the highest resistance to the high-speed rail proje ... More >>
After Prop. 19, the effort to fully legalize marijuana in California, came ever so close to passing in 2010, some polls had cannabis slowly gaining approval months later, whetting the appetites for some supporters who wanted a remix of the initiative on the 2012 ballot.
Well, 2012 is here, and ther ... More >>
Strange days in the world of technology: You're afraid your information is being ripped off by big internet companies. But you support the much-maligned SOPA legislation. And you trust Apple, in recent times the most valuable corporation on the planet.
Those are some of the contradictory resu ... More >>
‚ÄčLast December, Cerrell & Associates announced a series of six mayoral debates, set to begin this month. The debates -- they actually called them "conversations" -- were to focus on a series of issues, and would have been the first opportunity to take a substantive measure of the field.So much ... More >>
madashelland.comCalifornia legislators were awash in lies as they killed another gift-giving reform.Remember the names Kevin de Leon, Fran Pavley, Curren Price and Ted Lieu among California legislators who helped kill Senate Bill 18, which would have banned their sleazy acceptance of luxury g ... More >>
The state Fair Political Practices Commission is considering new guidelines that would treat politicians' tweets, Facebook status updates and other social-medial communications as it does other campaign marketing, which is subject to disclosure rules about who is behind the message.
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California superintendent candidate Tom TorlaksonIf anyone thinks no one in California cared all that much about the little-known statewide race for superintendent of public instruction, think again.
According to the state's Fair Political Practices Commission, special interest groups spent ... More >>