The truism says that six months is an eternity in politics, with colossal change possible in that short time.
There has long been a suspicion that the $68 billion plan to build a 432-mile high speed rail system between Los Angeles and San Francisco was too little, too late.
For every action, goes the law of both physics and politics, there is a reaction, a consequence.
Back in October 2010, just a few days before his successor was to be anointed in a statewide election, then-Gov.
Myths will probably not stop Congress from enacting some major changes in immigration policy this year, but half a dozen or so common shibboleths may well shape the changes that emerge.
Add between 1 million and 2 million persons to the patient load of California doctors. Do not open any new medical schools or import many foreign-trained doctors.
The first thing the California High-Speed Rail Authority tells you about the late July train wreck outside the Spanish pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela is that “the system there is not true high spe