How much of this information is actually “private?”
Justice is blind but there’s no need for it to be dumb
The $40 billion question.
“I believe that the drought is over at this point.”
How low can you go?
“We shouldn’t see a bump in the reservoir.”
“This is an attack by leftists in academia to protect the expressive rights of their radical instructors…”
“We need to do everything we can to maximize our ability to move water our of this reservoir…”
Calexit can’t come soon enough
“Sierra Nevada snowpack measured 197 percent of average…”
This should fix everything
“…the results would be treated as California’s declaration of independence.”
“All this water going out to the ocean…”
Surprise, surprise, surprise!
A bargain at twice the price? You’d better hope so.
“…we certainly don’t have a statewide drought right now.”
A gentleman never asks, but a reporter might
Their tax dollars at work
Taking’ it to the streets
Rule of law now more of a guideline
This sounds like a load of bull
Toughing it out.
Golden State non-rush.
Break open the piggy bank
CalExit? We may have finally found something we can all agree on
People are looking for more justice but opening a risky can of worms here
“…the man ‘rapidly drew an object,’ placed both hands on it ‘like you would be holding a firearm'”
Pretty spry for a dead guy
“She’s now at a lower standing with California voters than she was at the beginning of the convention…”
Speech for me, but not for thee.
We’re going to stop the war on women… unless it costs us any tax revenue, of course
As long as they’re not executing them.
A timely decision or a path to faulty prosecutions? The future is cloudy
Free speech, anyone?
Those in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California keep an eye out.
Public recordings may land you in jail if you mess with Planned Parenthood
Disrespectful? Probably, but the First Amendment covers that.
Reality vs Utopia.
Missed it by that much…
It’s not all in the game
“I put ESPN in a bad spot…”
Reform or revolt?