Republicans may be looking good nationwide, but not in California. As the party begins its semi-annual convention in downtown LA, GOP registration has dropped like a stone. At a time of outreach for the growing Latino vote, Michele Bachmann will be tomorrow night's keynote speaker, just after she tries for the endorsement of America's most anti-immigration Sheriff, Joe Arpaio. We look at Republican prospects in the Golden State. Also, skyrocketing tuition at the University of California. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, America and the ravages of poverty.
Are Republicans a Dying Breed in California?
From this Episode:
Endangered Elephants? California Republicans Meet in LA
California Republicans are about to begin their semi-annual convention in downtown Los Angeles, at a time when GOP prospects are looking up nationwide. In California, it's...
America and Poverty: What the Numbers Mean for Gen-Y
Recovery from the Great Recession is sluggish at best, and the Census Bureau has provided the latest evidence of ongoing decline. Last year, poverty in America rose to its...