Tag Archives: Illegal Immigration

Debate: Of Sacrifices and Evasions

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FRESNO — Oh what a way to spend a Saturday. For just about everyone, it seemed today’s gubernatorial debate was a battle of endurance — a massive technical glitch that stopped the telecast dead in its tracks, the sweltering temperatures … Continue reading »


Podcast: Meg and the Maid

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Consider this to be a podcast focused on three big questions: what actually happened? Who orchestrated the revelation of all of this? And how did the political candidate at the center of it all react? If you don’t know that … Continue reading »


Immigration and the Governor's Race. Again.

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Be it a bombshell or blather, serious or silly, today’s news that Meg Whitman once employed — apparently unknowingly — an undocumented immigrant is sure to reopen a battle which never seems to end here in California. The Whitman campaign’s … Continue reading »


Whitman And a "Path to..."?

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The issue of illegal immigration doesn’t seem to be getting any easier for Meg Whitman. In a bruising half hour interview with Los Angeles talk show hosts John Kobylt & Ken Chiampou this afternoon, the Republican gubernatorial nominee said she’s … Continue reading »


Meg's Booklet: The November Edition

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The gubernatorial campaign of Meg Whitman has a new edition of their much publicized (and probably very expensive) policy booklet ready for the fall election. And while it’s being marketed as a more targeted look at her plan to create … Continue reading »


The Next Lite Guv

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Abel Maldonado will take the oath of office tomorrow to become California’s 47th lieutenant governor. With that, he will make history in one way — the first Republican* Latino statewide official since 1875 — while hoping to avoid making history … Continue reading »


Even If It's Amnesty, Is It Okay?

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The newest statewide poll of voters seems to validate one part of the Steve Poizner strategy in his quest for the GOP gubernatorial nomination while rejecting another… and it all comes down to the hot button issue of illegal immigration. … Continue reading »