Oh, it's Wednesday before a four-day weekend! Oh, I have never understood the origin of the phrase "being crabby." But, it's when there are no crabbies for Thanksgiving.
Meanwhile, the Warriors have the best start (16-0) in NBA history.
MONEY MATTERS:State still owes one huge debt [Dan Walters @ SacBee] - "One of the debts that [Jerry] Brown omitted was the $10 billion that California borrowed from the federal government to keep unemployment checks flowing to jobless workers."
The prohibitive favorite would seem to be Kamala Harris. As the state’s two-term attorney general, she has good name recognition and an established political network. As a woman with both African and Asian heritage, she has a unique appeal to the state’s diverse electorate. She has achieved national prominence, albeit in a slightly awkward way. At a San Francisco fundraising event a couple of years ago, President Obama praised her brilliance and toughness, then added: "She also happens to be, by far, the best-looking attorney general in the country." After getting widespread criticism for the sexist character of this remark, the president apologized. Ms. Harris accepted with good grace.
Nevertheless, [Loretta] Sanchez has a serious chance of being California’s next senator. The reason lies in the state’s unusual electoral system. The top two finishers in the June primary, regardless of party, move on to the general election. Although a number of lower-level races have featured same-par . . .