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Fierce fight for donors brings early money primary to California

Sacbee.com – Feb 28 – California has become so reliably Democratic that the state hasn't backed a Republican for president in more than a quarter century. So the likelihood of a campaign for the masses next year appears slim. But in the more rarified, early race for…
Jeremy B. White Fierce fight for donors brings early money primary to California t.co/8XyQHUgQVq
Laurel Rosenhall "We're just the place where you come and get your bag of cash" = California's role in presidential race t.co/8kvPnvM4Ka
Dan Walters RT @davidsiders: 'We're just the place where you come and get your bag of cash' - The early money primary is on in Calif. t.co/67EHuSHYbP
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Jim Brulte reelected California Republican Party chairman

Sacbee.com – Mar 1 – California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte, a former state legislator who took over the party at a low point two years ago, was overwhelmingly reelected to another term on Sunday. Brulte assumed control of a party badly in need of rebuilding.
Dan Walters RT @ccadelago: Jim Brulte reelected California Republican Party chairman t.co/lPXkuHApZy
Christopher Cadelago Jim Brulte reelected California Republican Party chairman t.co/lPXkuHApZy
Jeremy B. White Jim Brulte reelected California Republican Party chairman t.co/liQtw7LVNu
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After Boris Nemtsov's Assassination, 'There Are No Longer Any Limits'

nytimes.com – Julia Ioffe – Feb 28 – On Friday evening, Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader and former first deputy prime minister under Boris Yeltsin, went on a prominent Moscow radio station to exhort his fellow citizens to come out to protest President Vladimir Putin 's…
sfpelosi No MT @KenRoth: Putin spox: "no political motive" behind #Nemtsov murder. Anyone believe that? t.co/ty1JuG7lCN t.co/eAJ0eg4HoL
Jake Tapper 'This is a Weimar atmosphere. There are no longer any limits.' t.co/wV2eLja8nN
Arun Ranganathan This story on the recent assassination by @juliaioffe is sinister and frightening and you should read it: t.co/FC2ELM9r5W
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Clifford Stoll: Why Web Won't Be Nirvana

Newsweek – Clifford Stoll – After two decades online, I'm perplexed. It's not that I haven't had a gas of a good time on the Internet. I've met great people and even caught a hacker or two. But today, I'm uneasy about this most trendy and oversold community. Visionaries see a…
Scott Campbell RT @Newsweek: 20 years ago this week, Newsweek published the wrongest column ever. t.co/ap8vtRnpIZ #NewsweekRewind t.co/8LHAKpw4rE
Jason Wilde Awesome. RT @Newsweek: 20 years ago, we published the wrongest column ever. t.co/oGI5iTPp5z #NewsweekRewind t.co/vePxf9FYiX
Carla Marinucci RT @Newsweek: 20 years ago this week, Newsweek published the wrongest column ever. t.co/ap8vtRnpIZ #NewsweekRewind t.co/8LHAKpw4rE
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Video: Debate flares over gay California Republican group

Sacbee.com – Feb 28 – California Republican activists will decide Sunday on whether to grant charter status to a gay organization that has long been part of its ranks. Log Cabin California, a group with 240 members, has spent years off and on trying to become an…
Carla Marinucci Video: Debate flares whether @LogCabinGOP to be chartered; #cagop15 in Sac will decide Sun @SacBee_news t.co/OnXnBItSJG
Matthew Keys 'I don't have to explain myself. I just don't like them.' - t.co/mCZLlPS9pH t.co/t1EZLYC5Hz
Jeremy B. White Video: Debate flares over gay California Republican group t.co/kgoCf1raVt
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Brazil's business Belindia

Economist – Feb 26 – Add this article to your reading list by clicking this button BRAZILIANS make up almost 3% of the planet's population and produce about 3% of its output. Yet of the firms in Fortune magazine's 2014 “Global 500” ranking of the biggest…
The Economist Why the country produces fewer world-class companies than it should t.co/SUiTUh7tiK t.co/Qrc3On98Oh
The Economist Why the country produces fewer world-class companies than it should t.co/sSqKyGuXSj t.co/uWCGoOiUdc
The Economist Why the country produces fewer world-class companies than it should t.co/mMOl6M86ys t.co/592C4JAkfa
The Economist Why the country produces fewer world-class companies than it should t.co/n4BFRGHHLb t.co/PC19S7c6Wf
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House Majority Leader Endorses Nuclear Option

nbcnews.com – Mar 1, 7:54 AM
Shawna Thomas RT @meetthepress: WATCH: On #MTP @GOPLeader McCarthy endorses the 'nuclear option' for changing Senate rules t.co/lTs0tI57nz t.co/BlPmalJRpd
Meet the Press WATCH: On #MTP @GOPLeader McCarthy endorses the 'nuclear option' for changing Senate rules t.co/lTs0tI57nz t.co/BlPmalJRpd
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Tamir Rice caused his own death, city of Cleveland argues in court doc

cbsnews.com – Feb 28, 11:02 PM – The city of Cleveland is arguing in court documents that 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was fatally shot by police while holding a pellet gun last November, was responsible for his own death. Rice's family is suing the city in federal court over the…
Randi Weingarten Mind boggling. '@Youth_Justice: Tamir Rice caused his own death, city of Cleveland argues in court doc t.co/ARIDXz2YmZ'
CBS News In court docs, city of Cleveland argues 12-year-old Tamir Rice was responsible for his own death t.co/2R0335uIBf
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The Saudi project, part two

Economist – Feb 21 – Add this article to your reading list by clicking this button STAGE one of Saudi Arabia's plan—or perhaps hope—to restructure the oil market is taking longer than expected. By refusing to rein in production while prices fell, the…
The Economist The oil price has been rising again-but why and will it last? t.co/4ec4OqqwKv t.co/Nn4Oj4vvzf
The Economist The oil price has been rising again-but why and will it last? t.co/mBZFDDX1zY t.co/WIQ1mrMRUV
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Despite some nightmares, poll finds voters still California Dreamin'

latimes.com – Mar 1, 9:52 AM – It has beckoned for generations. To California came the Spanish missionaries, the Gold Rush buccaneers, the Dust Bowl refugees, émigrés from the East and the South and other lands, entrepreneurs and hippies and assembly line laborers…
Chris Megerian RT @cathleendecker: Traffic stinks, ground shakes, can't afford a house: Californians still love their state. My latest, a USC/LAT poll t.co/uSyd7nocFc
Chris Megerian RT @markzbarabak: California Dreaming, still. LAT/USC poll finds overwhelming majority of residents glad to be there @cathleendecker t.co/ylRcGungg8
Lenny Mendonca New poll finds 7 in 10 Californians would rather live here than somewhere else t.co/hmtsMJa7a8. Restoring the CA Dream @movecafwd
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