Monthly Archives: November 2006

Prager’s Intolerance

Conservative talk host Dennis Prager has his underwear in a bunch over Congressman-elect Keith Ellison of Minnesota.  Ellison is the first Muslim elected to federal office and Prager is making a major issue out of the fact that Ellison will swear an OATH to the Constitution on the Koran and not the Bible. Here’s the…

Beware of the Petitions

I have never been against anyone trying to earn a living. I do wish something could be done about the paid signature gatherers who also register voters on a paid per card basis. This seems like I can’t let go of what happened earlier this year, but apparantly the methods linger on. First were the…

This certainly explains Hugh Hewitt….

from the “too good not to post file” this story from the New Haven, CT, Advocate Newspaper.  I am NOT making this up. Hugh Hewitt, take note.  It’s not too late to get help.  I’m sure Chris Prevatt can set you up with some healthcare resources from the county, if he ever gets his computer…

Why No Protest of Senator Brownback?

Members of Saddleback church are upset with Pastor Rick Warren for inviting Senator Barrack Obama (D-IL) to speak at the church’s 2nd annual AIDS Awareness Conference.  The criticism is largely due to Senator Obama’s Pro-Choice position. But I wonder what Jesus would do here, as Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) is also speaking and he’s a staunch…

Seiler takes the buyout

Happy Trails to Register editorial writer John Seiler who announced he’s taken the buyout and will leave the paper soon.  

Eminent Domain Protection Passes in Irvine

The Irvine City Council took steps to protect private property owners from having their property seized. The ordinance, which was proposed before the election in a special council meeting NOT attended by Christina Shea or Steve Choi when the council voted to oppose Prop. 90, was approved by the council Tuesday night.  It prohibits the city…

Join the OC Register Editorial Team

Seasoned Reporters take notice because this type of opportunity rarely comes along, says the job posting that I accidentally stumbled upon this afternoon. The Reg. is looking for a libertarian thinker who can consistently write distinctive, persuasive editorials for our daily newspaper and online opinion website in tune with our philosophy of (a) respect for…