California finds way to conquer partisan chaos
California has found a formula for ending the partisan warfare that once paralyzed its government: Get rid of one of the parties, in this case, the Republican. The state’s famously dysfunctional government now hums with calm efficiency.
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Welcome back, Rake
Many of you have missed the weekly Opinion Page personal columns of Herald Editor James A. Raykie Jr. During the past few weeks "Rake" has been recovering from a stroke suffered while vacationing in Florida.
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