NEW GEOGRAPHY-Long a hotbed of new technologies, California insists on seeing its transit future in the rear mirror.
@THE GUSS REPORT-Just when you think a story has reached its conclusion, something remarkable happens.
CAL MATTERS-The latest conventional wisdom among state political insiders: There’s a good chance a Californian will be on the presidential ticket in 2020, and that Californian is likely to be Democratic U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris.
SUPREME POLITICS--While the Republican leadership celebrates the seating of Brett Kavanaugh as a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Chief Justice Roberts yesterday requested the Tenth Circuit to review more than twelve ethics complaints that have been made against Kavanaugh.
POLITICS-On Oct. 6, 2018, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court by the narrowest of margins, with 50 votes in favor and 48 votes against.
EASTSIDER-Is the Sacramento Bee’s “The State Worker” just a shill for the CalPERS establishment, or is it still a legitimate news column?
INSIDE INGLEWOOD--Is Inglewood Mayor James Butts continuing to intimidate city employees to suit his own needs?
CAL MATTERS--It’s perhaps no surprise that apartment owners, real estate interests and corporate landlords have spent $61 million to kill Proposition 10, an initiative that threatens their income by reinstating rent control in California.
ANIMAL WATCH--A Pit Bull attacked a two-month-old baby boy in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles on October 1, leaving the infant in critical condition.
LA PLANNING POLITICS--I have previously written for CityWatch on the question of fascism in the United States.
GUEST WORDS--Whenever new protest movements emerge, people look to history for lessons from activists and thinkers who came before.