Democratic U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer on Tuesday said she has a plan to revive the "Made in America" slogan, as she focused on job-creation one day before her first debate with Republican challenger Carly Fiorina.
Fast forward to the present, and we now see this misguided attempt against people who are the targets of a campaign against what some call "anchor babies" -- those sinister foreign infants of illegal immigrants who are invading places like Kern County.
The admission form for Southern California football practice is a page long. People wishing to stand on the sidelines while the Trojans work out must fill in their driver's license number, age, phone number, e-mail address and name of employer.
California Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina on Tuesday declined to weigh in on the ouster of Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Mark Hurd, her successor at the Silicon Valley company, saying she is focused on her campaign.
Lauded for making Hewlett-Packard Co. the world's biggest technology company, CEO Mark Hurd was in talks for a new contract worth about $100 million, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
Sarah Palin leveled criticism at California's attorney general and others raising questions about her visit to a cash-strapped university, telling supporters that students had better things to do than dive through Dumpsters to find out how much she earns speaking.