Betsy Butler and Torie Osborn woo the carbon-counting strata of Assembly District 50
Image de DenverDid I forget to tell them how much I hate Arizona?Not shockingly, the Republican candidates of California are in a state of confusion after the ransacking they received on Election Day 2010. They can't understand why, when Latinos and Asian-Americans report being politically l ... More >>
Rock & Roll LibraryWho could say no to a children's hospital?Californians want to have their cake, eat it too, but sure as hell not pay for it after the 2010 state election, a new USC poll shows. "Twenty-million-dollar deficit BAD, health care and education GOOD!," said three of every four v ... More >>
Ted SoquiMeg Whitman could lose this thing via the Latino vote.It looks like Meg Whitman's undocumented maid might lose the former eBay chief California's governorship. The latest poll from USC College and the Los Angeles Times had Attorney General Jerry Brown beating Whitman 52 to 39 percent ... More >>
Running as a flat-out conservative, is Carly crazy, or crazy like a fox?
Can a scrappy L.A. reformist beat a big union to become Supe of California's schools?
In the fight for attorney general, opposing prison for sock stealers is a liability
Janice Hahn, a product of the L.A. City Council, hopes to be a heartbeat away from governor of California
Over the past few days, gay pundits such as blogger Michael Petrelis and Bay Area Reporter news editor Cynthia Laird have been hammering Courage Campaign's Rick Jacobs for refusing to publicly release polling data for a pro-gay marriage ballot measure, with popular blogger Andy Towle writing that su ... More >>
Activists leave the street-fighting to the little guys
Wiser, more diffuse, battle-savvy gay-rights groups craft a 2010 ballot measure for California
What's at stake in California's gay-marriage ban
Does he have a shot?
Activists argue that now isn't the time for more gay lawsuits
L.A.'s billionaire confronts life without the Clintons or instant White House access
L.A.'s billionaire confronts life without the Clintons and instant White House access
On Tuesday, the Democratic Party will finally wrap up its long, hard fought primary season. There will be a lot of talk about who will ultimately be the best candidate to defeat Senator John McCain on Election Day, but gays and lesbians--in California and anywhere else--may want to consider somethin ... More >>
How Republicans accomplished what the Dems could not
Can the mayor really claim victory with his compromise school plan?
So who is he, anyway?