Steve Cooley: Dime con quien andas...‚ÄčAmong candidates for state office, Kamala Harris is the only Democrat who's trailing in the polls. That means plenty of Democrats plan to split their ballots with a vote for moderate Republican Steve Cooley.So in the closing week of the campaign, the Harris ca ... More >>
Koi's dining room, via Facebook.Koi restaurant on La Cienega Boulevard has become an A-list restaurant, if not in the minds of critics, at least in the minds of celebrities. Along with the Ivy and Mr. Chow, It's a go-to spot to get snapped by paparazzi. Except that its owners, the Sikder Fam ... More >>
In one headline, we described this week's aborted Karl Rove appearance in Beverly Hills this way: "War-Monger Karl Rove Runs Away From Girls." The Beverly Hills Courier newspaper had what can only be described as an opposite take on the events of Monday night at the Saban Theatre in which the ... More >>
Karl Rove, believed by some to be the architect of President George W. Bush's political policies, cut short a speaking engagement in Beverly Hills Monday night after hecklers disrupted him. Bush's former deputy chief of staff walked away from the talk and book signing for his bestseller Cour ... More >>
Winner or loser? Original or borrowed? Investors or Chinese gangsters?
According to their new campaign ads, McCain and Palin, or, rather Palin and McCain are the new mavericks, the real agents of change. They'll clean up Washington with their maverick ways and outsider approaches. Uh huh. But they're no agents of change. Rather, they're alchemists, turning their hist ... More >>
As I was talking to the editor of the LA Weekly this morning about Sarah Palin, I said that I hoped the American people were smart enough to see through this bit of Karl Rove-ian evil genius. Just as I said it, a Ford van, jacked up to monster truck proportions, powered by a 345 horsepower V-8, went ... More >>
Republican candidates pander to baseless base in Iowa
Immigrant advocates just may have figured out how to change America for the better
The Republicans have one theme, but thatís one more than the Democrats
Why Karl Rove should go, and why he wonít
A former federal prosecutor's take on Fitzmas and the White House Criminal Conspiracy
But can Democrats fill the vacuum?
George can count on Harriet to overturn Roe v. Wade
Time's up for the White Houseís master demon
Bushís devious Social Security pitch to blacks
Righteous homophobe Claude Allen brings his agenda to the White House
10 signs of the apocalypse
Gay governors, oil money, KKK fish camps and Karl Rove
His sentences, that is . . .
Exposing the secrets of an empire
Arnold, Rudy, John McCain and the Bush twins
Bush woos John Paul II
WEB UPDATE: Graydon Carter targeted by Republican attack dogs . . . and other comedies
Bush gives the boot to two of his richest pals in Texas
Georgeís pals are doing him wrong, but can Hughes save him?
Week Two: Karl Roveís bad advice
Can Karl Rove help this man find his way?
The state of marriage, gay and straight, in a heterosexual dictatorship
Joseph Wilson on the cost of telling the truth in Washington
Racial politics hits another low in redistricting fight
Oval Office embraces homophobia
Civil rights advance, civil liberties retreat
Bush turns on the Democrat who introduced him to the nation
Davisí flawed strategy for staying in power
A secret White House memo just for John Carrollís eyes
The GOP has a new team and the same old bad ideas. The Democrats are still pondering.
The continuing adventures of the Bush-v.-Gore majority