Wednesday, October 29, 2014, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Mudd Hall of Philosophy (MHP 102)
Free food served at 7:15 PM
Discussion begins at 7:30 PM
Food and space are limited. First come, first served.
Hon. Anthony Portantino
California State Assemblymember, 44th District
Hon. Mark Wyland
California State Senator, 38th District
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The Wall Street Journal
October 8, 2014
Is it possible that the most important man in the 2014 midterm elections could turn out to be … Ray Rice?
Even a few months ago, it would have been difficult to imagine a scenario in which the former Baltimore Ravens running back/spousal abuser could have been a factor in this fall’s campaign season. But as Republican candidates look for ways to protect themselves against the “war on women” attack that Democrats have waged for most of this year, the issue of domestic violence has emerged as a critical component in the GOP defense. Read more>
Los Angeles Times
September 5, 2014
In an age in which advances in technology, communications and transportation have dramatically shrunk the distance between cultures and countries, in a nation that became a global superpower by assuming a leadership role economically, diplomatically and militarily over most of the last century, isolationist forces at the extremes of both of our major political parties are pulling the United States away from its traditional role on the world stage. Read more>
Op-Ed, LA Times
July 11, 2014
Like more than 20% of my fellow Californians, I am now classified as a no-party-preference voter, registered to vote but with no affiliation to any of the state's polictical parties. Read more>
Opinion, San Francisco Chronicle
June 10, 2014
When an accused arms dealer receives more than 300,000 votes in a campaign for statewide office, the most natural reaction for most of us is embarrassment. But here's an idea: We should build a statue to Leland Yee. Read more>
Viewpoint, Sacramento Bee
June 8, 2014
At the conclusion of the movie "The Untouchables," Eliot Ness reflects on his efforts to clean up corruption in Al Capone's Chicago: "I have become what I have beheld, and I am content that I have done right." Read more>
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