Monthly Archives: October 2012

The State of the Presidential Race Today

How did things get where they are today? Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 38 – Molly Munger’s Tax Initiative

Proposition 30 is the good proposition, Proposition 38 the bad one. Vote yes on Proposition 30 and no on Proposition 38. Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 37: Genetically Engineered Food

Producers can, on their own initiative, label their foods as non-genetically engineered. The same purpose that Proposition 37 attempts to accomplish would then be served. Continue reading

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The Disadvantages of Absentee Ballots

There’s only one big disadvantage of absentee ballots: the potential for fraud or voter intimidation. Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 36: Three Strikes Law

This is the seventh part of a series of posts analyzing California’s propositions: Vote Yes on Proposition 30 – Jerry Brown’s Budget Plan Vote No on Proposition 31 – Changes to State Budgeting Vote No on Proposition 32 – Union-busting … Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 35: Human Trafficking

Proposition 35 is almost certain to be approved by California voters. It bans human trafficking. Who isn’t against human trafficking?

But there are actually a number of reasons to vote against Proposition 35. Continue reading

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The Advantages of Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots enable voters to make informed decisions, especially about local elections and measures which nobody has heard of. Continue reading

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