Schwarzenegger did not revive California as "the golden dream by the sea," as he would have had it in his inaugural address 10 years ago.
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The Hispanic Community and the Republican Party have much in common. We should work very hard to emphasize all our shared beliefs and work together to defeat President Obama.
No California governor, not Ronald Reagan, not George Deukmejian, not Pete Wilson, has so bludgeoned the state's employees to the extent Arnold Schwarzenegger has.
The principal fight in the California Republican primaries for governor and U.S. senator will be over who is more conservative than the next candidate.
When a disaster hits, it is too late to put your best people in charge of planning and preparation. That's not the place for soft political patronage.
Mayor Newsom is the most exciting thing to happen to California politics in years. He promises to lift California out of the morass that the deadening hands of the GOP have submerged us in.
It's clear that the problem lay not with significant numbers of voters lying to pollsters, but with the nature of the campaign itself. The "Bradley effect" was created by faulty polling.
The Calif. Court decision legalizing same-sex marriages has scandalized social conservatives. The ruling may do what the GOP presidential campaign has failed to do: fire them up to vote for McCain.
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