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Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is in the middle of a goodwill tour on behalf of his reputation, and it's not going so well. Reactions to his memoir Total Recall, his numerous tell-all interviews and the announcement of his eponymous think tank range from disgust to disbelief, and that's putting it mildly.
How To Get A Walk-On Role On 'Arrested Development'
How Scientology Bends The Rules For Tom Cruise
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Ashton Kutcher's Home Invaded
An Unlikely Leader Rises In Los Angeles
Bill Bush: Art and the Feminine Mystique: This Artweek.LA (October 1, 2012)
Christine P. Sun: SPLC Applauds Gov. Jerry Brown for Leading Nation, Protecting Children by Fighting Dangerous Conversion Therapy
This dangerous and discredited "therapy" -- sometimes known as "reparative therapy" or "ex-gay therapy" -- claims to change people from gay to straight. The new law, which takes effect Jan. 1, not only protects California children but paves the way for a national effort to end this dangerous practice.
John Dear: California's Historic Opportunity to End the Death Penalty
Californians have the chance to make history on November 6th. Perhaps then, they might inspire the rest of the country to throw the death penalty in the dust bin where it belongs.
Dolores Huerta: Reshaping the Politics of the Golden State
Voter mobilization can create a vital tipping point in this election. It's another step towards our long-term vision -- restoring the California Dream by bringing a greater spectrum of voices into the policy debate. California calls us to do so.
Andy Kroll: Back to $chool: College Is the Past, Prison Is the Future
California's public higher education system is dying a slow death. The promise of a cheap, quality education is slipping away. And don't think the slow rot of public education is unique to California: that state's woes are the nation's.

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