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Sacramento was no exception. Many of the women coming to practice, Fraser says, often carried several children in tow, and others were formerly mired in abusive relationships.
A majority intramural soccer league. She invited her of recruitment takes place at local rehato come check out the program, and after bilitation centers and transitional-living just one practice, Fraser was hooked. When their players she too was addicted to meth. She was kicked out Eiffel Tower.
Finally, sitting in a Sacramento jail cell Tiffany Fraser three years ago, Wrightsman decided she coach had to either turn things around or die. Still, she decided to give it one group of 10 women who regularly attend more shot. Here are five ways California Democrats could screw up their supermajority. Jerry Brown and the Democratic Party last November with Proposition 30—which stands as a rebuke to the anti-tax atmosphere engendered more than 30 years ago by the passage of the Proposition 13 property-tax initiative—things could still go very wrong for Democrats.
In fact, an early warning may have just arrived from heavily Democratic Los Angeles. Gray Davis has a sense of how things can go well in politics and how things can go south. Davis went on to win two statewide offices before winning two terms of his own as governor, only to be recalled in the midst of a budget crisis and in the aftermath of an electric-power crisis.
How might that happen? I think California is going to stay blue a long time. Prior to that, he was a Republican National Committee staffer and former Gov.
The question is whether and when the GOP can take advantage of that.
It might well take a combination of troubles for the Democrats to fall: ShortageS in public penSionS and retiree health care There are lots of estimates of the shortfall in public pensions.
An unfunded liability remains. McLear argues that Democrats have already done the damage to themselves. But they are still big. How the governing Democrats deal with this over time will prove very interesting. So far, there are few indications. When Davis came in as governor following 16 years of Republican governorships, he was beset by many demands from constituencies that had gone wanting.
While he initially resisted much of the many wish lists he received, he did go along with quite a few things after being weakened in the electric-power crisis.
That, and Republican refusal to raise taxes, helped produce a budget crisis. But as Davis notes now, Brown does not have quite the same scale of demands today, as Schwarzenegger was more moderate than the two Republicans, Pete Wilson and George Deukmejian, who preceded the Davis governorship.
Conversely, there is a danger in doing too little.
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Democratic prospects in L. But in the long run, they may well be. And California as a whole is not nearly so Democratic as Los Angeles. There is also a lot of debate about where California ranks among the states on the level of taxation. But there is little debate that that level has gone up. We did, after all, just enact Prop. The question is when the tax burden will have an impact beyond a few professional golfers. Meanwhile, California is turning around.
The economy has improved significantly since the depths of the great global recession. Unemployment is still 9. However, the state economy has grown a great deal over the past year. But the national economic recovery is anemic, with threats all over. The federal budget sequester has had little immediate impact, but could weigh on the economy over time.
The continuing crisis of the eurozone is a worrying factor, as is economic slowdown in China. A big spike in oil prices would devastate California. These are mega-factors that no governor or legislative leadership can affect. Only to win it back in the wake of massive governmental fumbling around the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.
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Although there have been a few scandals here and there, especially at the level of local government, California has been largely free of political scandal. But if that were to change, for the party in power at the center, things could become problematic for Democrats. As Republicans are noting with regard to the wealthy. Put this perception together with other problems, especially dissatisfaction with public services, and Democrats have a significant problem.
While Brown has had a health scare or two—minor skin cancer and successfully treated prostate cancer— he seems good to go for another term. But then, term limits, enacted after his first governorship of the s and s, go into effect for him, too. And Democrats, in a post-Brown era, will have to hope that the party is still ahead of the game. Brown has some very nice polling numbers from the latest Field Poll.
Only 31 percent disapprove. Meanwhile, more numbers from the Field Poll carry more signs of a shift to the left by California voters.
Same-sex marriage is now overwhelmingly favored by California voters, 61 percent to 32 percent, an almost exact turnaround over the past 36 years. Inwhen Field first polled on gay marriage, it was overwhelmingly opposed, 59 percent to 28 percent. Same-sex marriage is now supported by all the major groupings in the state—ethnic, geographic, sociological, ideological, partisan, religious—with only three exceptions: Or, put another way, the folks who met at the California Republican Party convention.
Spirituality Series continues on April 7, 6: Gateways to the Divine - Joan Stockbridge St. West Sacramento 5th St. A big majority, 55 percent to 39 percent, likes the fact that both houses of the Legislature are now in supermajority Democratic control.
This is the highest, as it were, level ever. Inonly 13 percent favored legalization. After that rendition, the lights of look bright, indeed, for California Democrats. But as former Gov. This is my city.
A Touch of Blue: Kondos, who will discuss his works at the museum on Saturday, March 23, also has works on display at the Blue Line Arts gallery in Roseville; in April, Sacramento City College will feature his black-and-white sketches.
Here, there are no tricks or gimmicks or scenes meant to shock or titillate, just beautiful images that exude warmth and peace, yet also awaken the senses with the provocative color and composition.
Of course, Kondos is not without his own influences. Then the captain noticed me and asked me to sketch him in exchange for beer.
Kondos will discuss his work at the museum on Saturday, March 23, at 1 p. For more info, visit www. Are you on drugs? This drink may tone of the Krawl takes on turn you into a bro.
Scuffles in the streets. I immersed myself in nature and soaked up the culture of my forebears. But it also might make you jealous. But you, nonwary nontraveller, ultimately understand that jealousy gets you nowhere.