Coastal Commission says the Romneys can build La Jolla dream home The California Coastal Commission voted Friday to allow Mitt and Ann Romney to move forward with plans to raze their La Jolla beachfront home and replace it with an 11,000-square-foot mansion. The Romneys, who were at home in La Jolla but did ... 10/11/2013 - 7:38 am | View Link
Romneys give Fox 'News' interview to remind us why we're all glad they're not in the White House Some of us have been missing Kaili Joy Gray's weekly recap of the War on Women. I'd rather be just plain missing the War on Women, but until then, we're trying to bring this weekly feature back as ... 03/6/2013 - 6:00 pm | View Link
Parade Magazine Interviews Obamas and Romneys: Asks Both Why Sununu Dares to Claim Obama Has 'Foreign Ideas' But who do you have in mind for advice on foreign affairs?'" Sherr asked about Mormonism and how the Romneys tithe (donate 10 percent of their income). When Romney said conservatives are more likely to be charitable, Sherr shot back “Is that a form of ... 09/3/2012 - 11:12 pm | View Link
Everything You Wanted to Know About the Romneys' Olympic Horse But Were Afraid to Ask At 15, Rafalca is older than a lot of Olympic gymnasts, but roughly average for a world-class dressage horse (although they're broken in at a young age). She's an Oldenburg mare, historically bred for military and carriage work, and now used for jumping ... 07/25/2012 - 3:00 pm | View Link
Romneys donate own money to campaign Mitt and Ann Romney each donated $75,000 this week to the so-called Romney Victory Fund, the joint fundraising committee between Romney's campaign and the Republican National Committee, a Romney campaign source told CNN. Under the law, $75,000 is the ... 05/20/2012 - 6:43 pm | View Link
It might be 2013 in the real world, but in cable newsrooms it’s still 1913. Take the case of the despicable Martin Bashir, aka Martin Basher. Only some kind of bizarre time warp could explain the white-glove treatment MSNBC afforded the practicing misogynist in their midst. It took MSNBC president Phil Griffin nearly three weeks to almost-act after the Basher spewed what might be the most hate-filled rant in the history of legit TV.
Propositions on malpractice lawsuits and tobacco taxes, among other issues, could lead to multimillion-dollar campaigns. SACRAMENTO — While much of the country is gearing up for the holidays, political forces in Sacramento are girding for battle.