As the November election nears, I am absolutely appalled and heartbroken as I watch the teams behind Ms. Munger's Proposition 38 and Gov. Brown's Proposition 30 campaigns continue to take aim at each other.
It's been a fairly quiet campaign season so far in California with the exception of Proposition 32, the effort to rein in campaign spending by public employee unions by taking away their ability to have automatic paycheck deductions from union members.
At the Progressive Jewish Alliance, we reached out to some of our best thinkers to help us make sense of the election results and coverage. We called on rabbis, scholars, writers and activists to share their reflections.
Please California, don't elect Meg Whitman as our Governor. For real. Don't do it. I have children that live here in this state and I don't think we can stand another "tough yet fair" Republican corporatist.
China is now the most attractive market for investing in renewable energy; today the U.S. is ranked number 2 on the list, but where will we be in ten years if we repeal the most aggressive clean energy policy we have?