Facing a 12.4 percent unemployment rate and a budget deficit of $19.1 billion, California’s next governor will have to make important decisions from day one. After examining both candidates’ plans for dealing with the budget, the environment and the economy, the editorial board recommends that voters choose Democratic nominee Jerry Brown for governor of California.…
President Obama’s motorcade is scheduled to skim past the Stanford campus this evening as Obama returns to the Bay Area today for two Democratic fundraisers.
Three weeks before the Nov. 2 election, California gubernatorial candidates Meg Whitman, Republican and former CEO of eBay, and Democrat Attorney General Jerry Brown met for a final war of words. It wasn’t long before Brown and Whitman began sparring with each other.
Fiorina on Fiorina (and others) … “Private” mode may still not be private … Addressing changes in prejudice … Peek inside the GSB and SLAC … Stanford news from around the web for Friday, Aug. 6, 2010.