SurveyUSA polled the California statewide races for San Francisco’s KPIX, a television station for one of the most safe cities in the state for Democrats. This is Nancy Pelosi’s own district here. Any bias introduced into this poll won’t be from the right.
So it’s notable when this poll shows Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman ahead of Barbara Boxer and Jerry Brown. Read More
Mickey Kaus, back to blogging up a storm after his principled primary campaign against Senator Barbara Boxer, has an exquisite Kaustypical blogpost on Michelle Obama’s trip to Spain. It’s worth reprinting in full:
Three Levels of Michelle’s Vacation
“Fiorina faces challenge on abortion,” reports Politico:
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina is drawing almost the same support from California voters as incumbent Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer, according to recent polls.
Fiorina’s position on abortion? Not so much. Read More
When Carly Fiorina made fun of Barbara Boxer’s hair this week, female bloggers, pundits, and Read More
President Obama told some jokes last night at a Sen. Barbara Boxer fundraiser in California. . .judging by the laughter notes in transcript, he was quite a hit with Democrats in California. Read More
We noticed Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Carly Fiorina yesterday in the California GOP Senate primary. So did her potential Democratic opponent, Sen. Barbara Boxer, who is now using Palin’s endorsement as a fundraising tool on her e-mail list: Read More
When a mainstream publication reports on “strange bedfellows” supporting a government regulation, you can be sure that the tryst in question is between some sort of liberal “public interest” group and a company standing to get rich off the proposed regulation — probably at the expense of consumers, taxpayers and small businesses. Read More
As Sen. Max Baucus tries to squeeze a health care bill out of the Senate Finance Committee, and as Sens. Barbara Boxer and John Kerry let slip another deadline in their attempt to fashion a bill to reduce carbon dioxide, some Democrats wonder whether their congressional leaders and the president who has deferred to them have sought only limited changes rather than more fundamental reform on both health insurance and carbon emissions. Read More