April 24, 2019
  • 8:00 am Henry Mayo officials, nurses agree on new contract to avoid strike
  • 9:00 am Official update: Rep. Katie Hill raised over $600,000 in first quarter
  • 10:14 am Cartoon: Santa Clarita vs. Los Angeles
  • 7:30 am No agreement reached between Henry Mayo and nurses union
  • 10:00 am Suzette Martinez Valladares: Republican strategist, candidate for Congress

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Photo courtesy of Christy Smith for Assembly.

As the 2018 election cycle wraps up, here is my closing argument to voters: vote.

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When Newt Gingrich was guiding the ‘Republican Revolution’ to victory a few decades ago, he famously said, “Our job is to divide the country in half, and hope that our half is the biggest.”

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It’s that time of year again, houses are all decked out in the seasonal Halloween decor. We see typical spider webs, skeletons, headstones, and the like. One display that caught my attention was a particular set of headstones that bore the names of politicians whose ideology this homeowner ostensibly disagreed with. “Hillary Clinton – We’re […]

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The bomber – a Floridian named Cesar Sayoc – was head-over-heels in love with President Donald J. Trump.

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Two of the most competitive races in the state of California include the Santa Clarita Valley. The 25th Congressional District and the 38th Assembly District are both traditionally Republican seats that have drifted towards an even Democrat/Republican split. This change has led to tens of thousands of volunteers advocating for their preferred candidates and a lot […]

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A few days after Donald Trump took office, back when the Sean Spicer “largest audience ever” press rant still seemed oddly funny to many in America, I found myself in Westwood, killing time before a UCLA gymnastics meet. I wandered into Ahs – the iconic Los Angeles souvenir store that carries silly costumes, naughty greeting […]

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With all the issues that the public is expected to care about, voters are left with a lot of questions. The long list of electoral issues is such a monster that many of us pick something to focus on – just one little slice of the larger pie that appeals to us the most.

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As Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida panhandle this week, supporters of President Donald J. Trump – especially the poor, rural whites across the south who resonated with his “America First” message and voted for him in 2016 against their own self-interest – deserved some moral leadership from their president.    Instead of visiting the hurricane […]

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When you vote on Nov. 6, expect to see this phrase a lot: continue voting on next page.

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