Japanese-American man who defied internment during World War II honored

Calif. gov. signs law honoring man who defied Japanese-American internment during World War II Calif. law honors World War II internment critic

Associated Press via The Gaea Times 9/26/2010

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A man who challenged the World War II internment of Japanese-Americans will be honored in California every year under a bill signed into […]

Stimulus and Public Employees

National Review 2/22/2010

…Schwarzenegger added, “I have been the first . . . of the Republican governors to come out and to support the stimulus money because I say to myself, ‘This is terrific,’ and anyone that says that it hasn’t created a job, they should talk to the 150,000 people that have been getting […]

Yet another bailout? ‘California Requests Billions From U.S.’

by Stu Woo and Jim Carlton The Wall Street Journal January 9, 2010

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger asked for $6.9 billion in federal funds in his state-budget proposal Friday and warned that state health and welfare programs would be threatened without the emergency help.

Mr. Schwarzenegger’s proposed $82.9 billion general-fund budget for […]

Schwarzenegger Withdraws Support for Democrats’ Health Care Reform

Jake Tapper ABC News January 6, 2010

In his annual “State of the State” message today, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger withdrew his support for the health care reform measures Democrats are attempting to finish up in Washington, DC.

“While I enthusiastically support health care reform, it is not reform to push more costs onto states […]

Schwarzenegger: Congress Must Rethink Health Care Legislation

California Governor Warns of Costs to States, Urges Leadership on Climate

By DEVIN DWYER ABCNews.com Dec. 15, 2009

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said today on “Good Morning America” that he supports President Obama’s health care overhaul effort but warned that the legislation, in its current form, would be devastating to his state’s bottom line.

“This […]

How a president and a governor appear to prepare for H1N1 flu season

Los Angeles Times “Top of the Ticket” September 1, 2009

If an elected official is prepared for a certain kind of public emergency — say a possible flu pandemic — but no one in the public knows about all the preparations, is he/she really prepared?

In government and politics, the answer is no.

It is […]