Lindsay Lohan’s probation was indeed revoked on Wednesday for allegedly lying to the cops about a fender bender, as predicted.
The judge set another trial date for January, at which time it will be decided if she will do time or not … and according to TMZ it could be some serious jail time, up to 245 days. Read More
With the Vice-Presidential debate behind us, all that remains of the mano-a-mano matchups before Election Day are the final two presidential debates.
According to a Pew research poll, before the first presidential debate, 51 percent of respondents believed that President Barack Obama would win. Many of us were surprised at his dismal performance, but perhaps we shouldn’t have been. Read More
Since 1851, the holder of the America’s Cup trophy has lost only four times. The structure of the race requires challengers to compete against each other to determine who will go head to head with the champion. While teams exhaust themselves vying for a chance to race the incumbent, the team with the trophy need only worry about the final race. Read More
In San Francisco, connecting a ballot measure or a candidate to republicans can be a death sentence. That’s exactly what the Yes on C, No On D campaign is attempting to do with progressive Public Defender Jeff Adachi. Read More
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Friday marked the space shuttle program’s swan song, as Atlantis lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center for the program’s 135th and final flight.
It was President George W. Read More
Must read for the day: Shelby Steele's Wall Street Journal opinion article headlined “Obama’s Unspoken Re-election Edge. He argues that as America’s first black president Obama has a major advantage against any Republican nominee. Read More
The first ever changing-of-the-guard at California’s stem cell agency moved forward Monday, with two men nominated to take the helm of the $3 billion public agency.
The two nominees named by Monday’s deadline are both business leaders, one an investment banker and the second a partner in a medical device company. Read More
So Mitch Daniels is not running for president. Read More
President Obama's just concluded his long, blathering, Middle East speech in which he tried hard not to offend anybody. But by the end, he sounded a lot like President George W. Bush, talking about the need for the U.S. to stand up for democracy and self-determination abroad. Read More