Patrick Day By John VeriveLive discussion: It lunchtime with Jonathan Gold!A sampling of spring social events in Los Angeles By Ellen OlivierCalifornia needs its quake warning system now By Paul WhitefieldRatepayers can afford a grid without San Onofre [Blowback] By Ronald LitzingerHalle Berry dress, Anna Wintour promotion and more By Jenn HarrisImmigration rights groups accuse officials of racial profiling By Brian BennettLeaders of pro Obama group Organizing for Action stress grass roots By Matea GoldObama meets with House Republicans in effort to rebuild trust By Michael A. MemoliIt always Christmas in Sacramento By Patt MorrisonKey West health officer responds to CDC dengue report By Monte MorinBrad Goreski, Whitney Port among panelists for Stylist By Susan DenleyFirst reader thoughts on the first Pope Francis By Paul ThorntonHenri Krug of Maison Krug has died at 75 By S. Irene VirbilaSearching for the tapeworm Achilles heel By Monte MorinMosquito borne dengue virus lands in Key West By Monte MorinHeaded to Rome? You need the Rome Digest By S.
Today: King writes that this summer a source I trusted told me he assumed the NFL had seen the damaging video that was released by TMZ on Monday morning of Rice slugging his then fiance. The source said league officials had to have seen it. This source has been impeccable, and I believed the information.
Twenty four powerlifters and 21 sedentary controls who took no regular exercise were recruited to the study. All the powerlifters were members of the British Drug Free Powerlifting Association (BDFPA) and actively competing at the time of the study. The BDFPA has a rigorous programme of in competition and zero notice out of competition drug testing, which tests for all substances banned by the International Olympic Committee.
THEATER REVIEW FOR LOVE : Cellar Dwellers : Play reveals Sam Shepard in a more mature and accessible mode. Live! For The Kids : GULL WINGS MUSEUM : Life Up Close : The renovated children museum reopens, with plenty of exhibits and activities to intrigue young minds. JANE HULSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMESAuthentic Is the Word for Tapatio STEVE EMMONSGOINGS ON SANTA BARBARA : Art Outsiders : Frances Puccinelli Carpinteria gallery will show expressions of 15 artists.
By comparing what happens with these limits, I estimated how the state legislature changed when either individuals or interest groups could give them more money. When individuals can give more, the legislature gets more polarized, as lawmakerswith more extreme views get elected. But when political action committees (PACs, or interest groups) can give more money, the legislature gets less polarized, as more moderate lawmakersget elected.