Fmr. Congressman Frank Riggs in the News

While reading the news this morning, I stumbled on an article in the LA Times about former California congressman Frank D. Riggs. Arizona swiftly adopts law mandating high school civics test By MICHAEL MUSKAL High school students have their hands full worrying about passing core math, science and English classes to graduate. In Arizona, a […]

HOW LONG AGO? Attorney General for Senator

In the past week, speculation has exploded as U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer announced her retirement in 2016 and Attorney General Kamala Harris began her campaign. By Thursday, Harris had become the leading candidate (of two announced; Merv Evans has also announced his candidacy), with Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters asking “Does Kamala Harris have free […]

Boxer Declines Another Term

With the announcement today that U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer will not seek another term in 2016, it is worth noting that at the end of her current term (in January 2017), Boxer will leave office after 24 years as California’s third longest-serving Senator. Her tenure falls behind only those of Hiram Johnson (27 years) and Dianne […]