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Blog Post
2/16/2005
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
Wha, yeah!, c'mon, yeah, yeah, c'mon, yeah Yeah, c'mon, oh, yeah, ma Yeah, I'm a back door man, I'm a back door man The men don't know, but the little girls understand. --The Doors California's leading man was not allowed to walk the red carpet last night into the screening of "Be Cool" at Sacramento's Crest Theatre because hundreds of...
Blog Post
2/15/2005
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
Arnold's CHP detail has visited businesses up and down the capital's K-Street pedestrian mall and asked them to close down their shops for tonight's "Be Cool" premiere and red carpet walk. Arnold's cops indicated they are restricting access to the mall for tonight's screening. But the Crest Cafe next door is open for business for real...
Blog Post
1/6/2005
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
Today, the Governor announced the proposed elimination of 94 public protection oversight boards such as the Medical Board, Board of Registered Nursing, Accountancy Board, Racial Profiling Panel, the Brown vs. Board of Education Advisory Committee and the Campus Sexual Assault Taskforce. In doing so the governor would be eliminating public process...
Blog Post
1/5/2005
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
Here are a few New Year resolutions ArnoldWatch would like to hear from the Governor as he talks about reforming state government and cleaning up politics in tonight's State of the State speech. 1. I will stop raising money into multiple political accounts as a way to get around the maximum contribution law (while state law limits donations to the...
Blog Post
12/7/2004
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
At the Governor's Conference on Women and Families this morning a group of nurses protesting Arnold's decision to gut the state's nurse staffing ratios were kicked out of the event while the Gov was speaking. Arnold reportedly said from the lectern that the women were angry, "because I've been kicking their butts." Is that supposed to be...
Blog Post
11/8/2004
Posted by Consumer Watchdog
According to an LA Times analysis, Arnold's staff has accepted hundreds of gifts worth tens of thousands of dollars from special interests. These gifts ranged from 152 lunches to $7,818 in Kings tickets to a trip to the circus for Arnold's PR chief's family. [Note #1 to PR team: taking special interest perks is not good PR for the gov who said he'...