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  • Noozhawk
    California's "jungle primary" system ... And independents don't show up in the numbers that one might hope," notes John Pitney, a political scientist at Claremont McKenna College and a former spokesman for the Republican National Committee.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A lovingly written article in the Times by Thomas Curwen on its demise, due to the owner’s retirement, drew a connection to other beloved bookstores that had fallen by the wayside: “The landscape of Southern California is littered with memories of lost ...
  • GOPUSA
    Jack Pitney, politics professor at Claremont McKenna College, said that California Attorney General Xavier Becerra did benefit from emphasizing his record on immigration as a leading opponent to Trump. He predicted that immigration would be one of the top ...
  • Ranchosantafereview.com
    “Running for governor of California by embracing Trump is like telling the Rebel Alliance: ‘Vote for me. I'm with Darth Vader!’” said John Pitney Jr., professor of American politics at Claremont McKenna College. “Pretty quickly, Newsom is going ...
  • The News & Advance
    California’s “jungle primary” system ... don’t show up in the numbers that one might hope,” notes John Pitney, a political scientist at Claremont McKenna College and a former spokesman for the Republican National Committee.
  • The Christian Science Monitor
    Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont, Calif. The young Farke began to write to paleontologists with his own ideas about how dinosaurs may have looked, moved, and eaten. “I didn’t know it at the time, but that was the start of my professional ...
  • History News Network
    Lily Geismer, an associate professor of history at Claremont McKenna College ... in the high-tech enclaves of California and Northern Virginia, which combined contain eight of the 15 most highly educated congressional districtsin the nation — generally ...
  • The New York Times
    In primary contests last week from California to New Jersey ... Lily Geismer, an associate professor of history at Claremont McKenna College, is the author of “Don’t Blame Us: Suburban Liberals and the Transformation of the Democratic Party.”
  • Eau Claire Leader-Telegram
    “What has happened is it has been a misuse of the grayness in the law,” said Aubrey Fine, a psychologist in Claremont and author of several ... Julia Annin of Tiburon, Calif., said a major airline refused to let her fly with her emotional support ...
  • Los Angeles Daily News
    The Claremont-based company’s new app allows users to buy ... “They want to know that it’s legit and regulated. We got a permit from the California Department of Business Oversight and right now the stock can only be sold to California residents.
  • ABC 10 News
    San Diego NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - Stephanie Edwards, a fixture on Los Angeles television since the 1970s, was honored with the Governors Award during the 68th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards. Edwards is known for her longtime hosting duty of the Tournament ...
  • Broadway World
    Performances play Crown City Theatre (located on the campus of St. Matthew's Church), 11031 Camarillo Street / North Hollywood, CA 91602. Previews: Beginning September 3rd, 2016. Gala Grand Opening: Thursday September 8th, 2016 at 8pm. Playing: Fridays and ...
  • New Republic
    Not the Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, but Walter Reed Middle High School in North Hollywood, CA. The effect when viewed through television cameras, which smoothed out the rough blades of grass on the lawn, was to make McCain appear to be speaking ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Rit Mathis, general manager of the massive 460,000-square-foot Mathis Bros. Furniture store in Ontario, said he’s seen an uptick in business. “We’ve had three consecutive years of double-digit gains and we expect more of that in 2015,” he said.

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