Archives for November 2016

The 2016 Election, #Calexit and the Next Four Years on the Left Coast

It has been one week since what is arguably the most surprising and consequential election of many of our lifetimes.  While I steer clear of partisan politics at this blog, the impact and aftermath of the 2016 Election on California’s future and identity is too large to ignore. My own home, Orange County, went Democratic […]

A Bit of Caution and Guidance Before Everyone on the Left Coast Goes to Pot

Last night was a historic election, and I’m still a bit groggy for having stayed up so late on a weeknight. Here on the Left Coast, California passed Prop 64 which legalizes the possession and use of marijuana (as fully expected).  But before everyone gets too excited, it is helpful to bear in mind some […]