Monthly Archives: August 2009

Health Care March on Campbell’s Office Draws Hundreds

I was unable to get over to today’s Health Care March in Newport Beach. Fortunately, Martin Wisckol over at the Register was and posted about it on Total Buzz. Health-care reformers rally in Newport Beach After two local town halls focusing on Democrats’ heath-care reform proposal attracted more opponents than backers, advocates for a public…

Same Old Song At SAUSD

    Last year when the citizens of the SAUSD were sold Measure G, they were told that this would not be the boondoggle that Measure C was. They were told that this time the money would be responsibly spent. They said they had to do this now because there was matching funds from the…

Freedom Communiations May File Bankruptcy

The report was in the Wall Street Journal on Sunday, and I forwarded out a Tweet from OCWeekly yesterday evening. Here is the report from today’s Orange County Register. The Orange County Register’s parent, Freedom Communications, Inc. in Irvine, continues in talks with its lenders about restructuring $770 million in debt, Freedom officials said Sunday.…

Obama Weekly Address: Katrina Four Years Later

WASHINGTON – In this week’s address, President Barack Obama remembered the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, described what his administration has done to boost the Gulf Coast recovery effort, and said that he will visit New Orleans before the end of the year.  As the Gulf Coast recovers, we must learn the lessons of Katrina, so…

Karen Bass Weekly Address: Remembering Ted Kennedy

In her weekly address, Assembly Speaker Karen Bass speaks on the death of Senator Ted Kennedy and his contributions to the lives of all Americans. In devoting his life to the causes of social and economic justice, Senator Kennedy inspired Americans from coast to coast.