Chris Prevatt

Senator Craig Reconsidering his Resignation

Politico.com is reporting that Idaho Senator Larry Craig is reconsidering his resignation. Craig reversal angers GOP colleagues By: Carrie Budoff Brown and Jim VandeHei Sep 4, 2007 09:53 PM EST  Just when Republicans thought things could not get much worse for their scandal-stained party, Sen. Larry Craig leaked word Tuesday night that he is reconsidering…

An Evening with Governor Bill Richardson

In this Presidential primary we have several outstanding Democratic candidates. Earlier this year I promised to invite you to join me at events supporting these fine candidates. The next exciting event is an evening reception with Gov. Bill Richardson. I am delighted to welcome you to Newport Beach this Friday, September 7th at 6 PM for…

Tap Dancing and Tea Rooms

It figures that Idaho Senator Larry Craig would announce his resignation on a holiday weekend.  I guess he figured that that old PR theory applies; if it’s bad news announce it late on a Friday afternoon, or on Saturday if you can. As I have said previously, I have learned more about cruising for sex…

Garden Grove Protests Hurting Main Street

Merchants worry that continuing demonstrations against Viet Weekly magazine might hurt business By DEEPA BHARATH The Orange County Register GARDEN GROVE – Merchants on Main Street are eager to see the end of protests by the Vietnamese-American community against a magazine, which, the protesters say, sympathizes with communists and terrorists. The protests on Main Street…

Steelworkers and Mine Workers endorse Edwards

Official endorsement at Pittsburgh Labor Day rally gives Edwards largest bloc of union support among presidential candidates so far. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – The United Steelworkers (USW) and the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) today endorsed Senator John Edwards for president. Following the Thursday endorsement of Edwards by the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners…

Thanks to labor…

As we observe Labor Day today it is important that we remember the contributions of organized labor to our culture, history, and working conditions. Labor Day is a United States federal holiday that takes place on the first Monday in September. The holiday began in 1882, originating from a desire by the Central Labor Union to create…