L.A. Times Blames Breitbart California for Republican Woes

The Los Angeles Times has blamed Breitbart California, which launched Sunday evening, for what it predicts will be a Republican “slide” among women and Latino voters. The Times cited a satirical poster by street artist Sabo, depicting U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy

L.A. Times Blames Breitbart California for Republican Woes

L.A. Times: Obama 'Promise Zone' Benefits Donor, Skips Poor

A “Promise Zone” for Los Angeles that President Barack Obama announced in January would be the beneficiary of federal funds for economic development is under fire for bypassing poorer residents in greater need of aid, and directly benefiting a nonprofit

L.A. Times: Obama 'Promise Zone' Benefits Donor, Skips Poor

On fanaticism

Andrew Sullivan, as staunch a proponent of gay marriage as has every picked up a keyboard, denounced the jihad against former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich: Will he now be forced to walk through the streets in shame? Why not the

More on donor lists and the Mozilla oppression

When discussing the thoughtcrime prosecution and ouster of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich last night, I quoted a passage from a First Things article which appeared to assert that Eich’s donation to the campaign for the Prop 8 gay marriage ban

L.A. Times Cooks the Books as Obamacare Deadline Hits

The Los Angeles Times greeted the Obamacare enrollment data on Monday with a striking headline, claiming that “at least 9.5 million previously uninsured people have gained coverage,” which is 3 million people more than the Obama administration itself claimed last week

L.A. Times Cooks the Books as Obamacare Deadline Hits

ObamaCare Launch Disaster: Send in the Lawyers!

The ObamaCare launch disaster wasn’t all about the bumblers in the Obama Administration scarfing down $600 million and farting out a pile of 404 errors.  The state exchanges had a lot of trouble, too.  The worst ones are still abject

ObamaCare Launch Disaster: Send in the Lawyers!

L.A. Times: Conservatives Lobbying for Marijuana

The Los Angeles Times‘ Evan Halper documents what attendees at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference near Washington, D.C. also noted: namely, that there is a sharp rise among conservatives in enthusiasm for, and interest in, liberalizing marijuana laws. Conservative

L.A. Times: Conservatives Lobbying for Marijuana

On Fukushima Anniversary, California Braces for 'the Big One'

Three years ago, a massive 9.0-magnitude offshore earthquake rocked Japan and generated a massive tsunami that eventually knocked out the Fukushima nuclear power plant and caused widespread destruction. Today, Californians are bracing for a similar event, as new research indicates

On Fukushima Anniversary, California Braces for 'the Big One'

Blue State Blues: The Joys of Aural Sex

My two-bedroom apartment in Santa Monica overlooks a sort of courtyard/alleyway that is surrounded by several dozen other apartments. On still summer nights, there is a couple–no one knows quite who they are–who make love with their windows open. They

Blue State Blues: The Joys of Aural Sex

Waxman Shakes Down Tribune Company over L.A. Times

Journalist Wendy Lee of local public radio station KPCC reported Monday that Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA), who represents Hollywood and much of west Los Angeles, has written to the Tribune Company, demanding that it provide him with documents about the

Waxman Shakes Down Tribune Company over L.A. Times

Rapper M.I.A. Calls Super Bowl Bird Flip 'Godly'

M.I.A. caught plenty of heat for flipping the bird at audience members during her Super Bowl halftime show performance earlier this year.Now, the Sri Lankan rapper is defending the gesture as a “godly” act after the NFL demanded both a

Rapper M.I.A. Calls Super Bowl Bird Flip 'Godly'

Dodgers Owner Exploring Purchase of L.A. Times

The controlling owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers is interested in purchasing the Los Angeles Times. The Times’ Bill Shaikin reported on Friday that Mark Walter, who is the chief executive of the Guggenheim Partners group that put up much

Dodgers Owner Exploring Purchase of L.A. Times

IRS Scandal: Lois Lerner to Invoke Fifth Amendment

Tuesday afternoon a bombshell was dropped into the already explosive IRS scandal when it was reported that Lois Lerner, a top IRS official in the non-profit division that paralyzed Tea Party groups with ongoing harassment, would invoke the Fifth Amendment

IRS Scandal: Lois Lerner to Invoke Fifth Amendment

Intolerance: Half of Staff May Quit if Kochs Buy L.A. Times

Here is a fascinating look at our open-minded, objective, unbiased, not-at-all-liberal media: At a Los Angeles Times in-house awards ceremony last week, columnist Steve Lopez addressed the elephant in the room. Speaking to the entire staff, he said, “Raise your

Intolerance: Half of Staff May Quit if Kochs Buy L.A. Times