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Gov. Jerry Brown and a sizable California delegation leave for Mexico today on a three-day trade mission, but his trip symbolizes much more than that.
After years of writing about the death penalty in California, I’m convinced that we in the media are part of the reason why the issue is so distorted.
This is a story about soccer, but its really about one word – a vulgarity in Spanish that can be a gay slur or a chant at soccer games in Mexico that has infiltrated sellout crowds here in Sacramento.
On my Facebook page, smart people chime in every day on a variety of topics often writing words more insightful than any written here. The one topic where this is not the case is immigration.
Twenty years ago this summer, California lost its mind. The Golden State embraced its worst impulses and was whipped into a frenzy of xenophobia masquerading as public policy.
Principled, albeit misguided, opposition to the downtown arena has been replaced by people with outstretched hands in search of cash – lots of it.
It’s been 10 years since Sacramento hosted a major track and field event, an absence that will be rectified today with the opening of the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships.
The Yolo County Supervisors asked the Grand Jury to investigate Sheriff Ed Prieto. They weren’t happy with him. Now they aren’t happy with the Grand Jury.
Every four years, some Americans are still surprised by the global reach of soccer and the passionate celebration of a World Cup tournament. In Sacramento, that surprise is giving way to the communal feeling of exultation seen in the galleries o...