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April 12, 2011 | Michael J. Mishak
Tim Donnelly crouched into a firing stance behind his chair and folded his hands in the shape of a gun. Lawmaking, said the GOP assemblyman from San Bernardino, is "full-blown war," and guerrilla tactics are needed to win the battle against California Democrats' agenda. As Donnelly sees it, the liberals who dominate state government have betrayed the public with job-killing regulations and crushing taxes. "We've got a .50-caliber with crosshairs and ... we're going to pick off two or three of them using this issue," he said.
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October 26, 1990 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As truck driver Dave Brown, 32, lined up to apply for jobless benefits at a San Diego unemployment office one day last week, the cross-country food hauler looked uncomfortably around the quiet room. "This is such a terrible feeling," said Brown, who lost his job earlier this month, leaving him out of work for the first time since he started earning a living 12 years ago. "I'm about as close to the economy as a lay person gets, and I think something bad is going to happen soon."
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