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  • Mixed signals on city budget give voters more reason for cynicism

    Mixed signals on city budget give voters more reason for cynicism
    When I scolded deadbeat Angelenos for blowing off Tuesday's election, some of them had just enough energy to return fire.
  • UCLA fans want the front page, but team has to earn it

    UCLA fans want the front page, but team has to earn it
    Unbuckling the mailbag: Question: If UCLA beats USC, will The Times let them be in the Sunday sports page headline? Phillip Para Answer: That's a tough call but we can probably make a one-time exception to get UCLA out on the cover, especially if the...

    Goodbye Bowl Championship Series standings, we hardly knew ye

    Goodbye Bowl Championship Series standings, we hardly knew ye
    Sunday night I was emailed the last Bowl Championship Series standings ever assembled. I didn't cry, but I sniffled. The standings were compiled and delivered, seven Sundays a season, by the National Football Foundation. You could click the short-form...

    To fix the budget, first fix the state

    Once again, Capitol politicians are fighting over how to fix the chronically bleeding state budget. And again, the answer should be clear: It's unfixable. It will remain unfixable until California's system of governance is pulled apart and overhauled....

    Some thoughts on four ballot measures

    Some thoughts on four ballot measures
    SACRAMENTO — It's time to stop vacillating. Election day is almost here. There are still a few loose ends to straighten out on the California ballot. Things such as auto insurance, sex slavery and food labeling. Also an obscure legislative...