When I was 20, I knew everything. By the time I reached 21, I realized how stupid I actually was.
You've heard it from Big Government lobbyists. You've heard it from Big Business lackeys in both political parties. And you've heard it from journalists, pundits and think-tankers ad nauseam:
The numbers are dizzying: The local apartment industry contributed nearly $12 billion to the San Diego regional economy while supporting more than 111,000 jobs in 2013, according to a new study.
It’s now a certainty that Kamala Harris will have an opponent on the November 2016 ballot. But much less certain is whether that opponent will be any more threatening than Elizabeth Emken, an autism activist who placed second in California’s 2012 Senate primary election, was to incumbent Dianne Feinstein.
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March 16, 2015 -- George Chamberlin sits down with Barbara Newhouse, president and CEO of the ALS Association, to talk about the disease, current research and therapies, and fundraising efforts including the success of the ice-bucket challenge.