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  • A Brief Moment of Smug

    STAR Tannery, Virginia - It is not often that I get to gloat. I mean, it's not often that I get to gloat about something ...
  • A Gay Marriage Coaltion That Can Win

    The California Supreme Court has spoken, ruling that voters had the right to amend the state's constitution and eliminate the fundamental ...
  • A Study No One Needed

    Under the category entitled "I Suspected as Much," scientists at the University of California, Davis, have discovered that what makes a teenagers brain unique is ...
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  • Advice from the Oracle

    When the richest man in the world speaks, one would hope someone in our nation's capital would listen. But it looks like even when Warren ...
  • All In Favor Say, "Oy"

    I will join your club, support your cause, volunteer to man your booth; but please, for the love of all you ...
  • An Employers' Market

    At last, the public humiliation is over. Many of you know what I am talking about: the agony caused by having ...
  • Barack Obama, Cultural Warrior

    Barack Obama is pulling a page from Karl Rove's tactical playbook: when things aren't going so well, distract the masses with a culture war. Just ...
  • Beginnings and Endings

    This week, like millions of other mothers in the U.S., I will watch my last child graduate from high school. His ...
  • Beware the Sugardaddy State

    It's not uncommon for people to use family metaphors for the government's role in our lives. We have all heard of "Big Brother" and criticized...
  • Beware the Sugardaddy State

    It's not uncommon for people to use family metaphors for the government's role in our lives. We have all heard of "Big Brother" and criticized ...
  • Big Brother's Riding Shotgun

    I live in Massachusetts where the governor and state legislature seem bent on giving new life to the moniker "Taxachusetts." Our local ...
  • Breeder Heal Thyself

    It comes as a relief that the top story this weekend was not about the economy, but about dogs. Just as ...
  • California's $11 Billion Election

    As a result of last month's State Assembly budget negotiation marathon, Californians will get yet another chance to cast a seasonal ballot on tax and ...
  • California's Call to Convention

    For the second time in four years, California voters have "sent a message" to Sacramento, rejecting budget reforms in the face ...
  • Cheap Eats

    I made fondue a few weeks back. The gruyere and emmentaler cheeses cost $9.00 and $6.00 respectively for a half pound of each. I used ...

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    A private corporation that operates concessions at the national park claims that it "owns" the names of some Yosemite's most iconic places, including the Ahwahnee Hotel and Badger Pass.
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    Black demonstrators in Oakland and Berkeley are taking the reins of a movement and designing their own powerful protests against police violence. But the news media isn't interested.
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    Thanks to the efforts of garden instructor Matt Tsang, students at Willard Middle School are harvesting vegetables, cooking meals, and selling them to the public.
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