Even for people as cynical as we are, it’s possible for us to be amazed at the ability of elected officials to tell lies while stating facts. Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray provides us with an excellent demonstration of this skill.
by Mike Lawson • • 5 Comments
Should the newsroom of the Orange County Register reflect the ethnic makeup of the area it serves? Gustavo Arellano writes about a recent hiring spree by The Reg and their lack of diversity.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 13 Comments
Social media tools like Facebook and Linked In are fantastic for networking and they are telling in making suggestions about who else out you might want to connect with. My LinkedIn account suggested I connect with a David Cordero, so…
by Joel Smith • • 1 Comment
Since she began her term as a State Assembly member Sharon Quirk-Silva has wasted no time in getting to work up in Sacramento. Quirk-Silva sits on 3 committees: Transportation, Accountability and Administrative Review, and Committee on Higher Education.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 3 Comments
Over the weekend President Barack Obama delivered his comedic best at the White House Correspondents Dinner. We are posting his remarks as delivered, along with video of his remarks. Enjoy!
by Dan Chmielewski • • 7 Comments
Today’s Los Angeles Times editorial pages weigh in on the various proposals in Sacramento to ban plastic bags from stores by calling for a basic fee for their use. This would encourage consumers to be more thoughtful when it comes to using re-usable bags
by Chris Prevatt • • 6 Comments
A recent OC Register Editorial asserts that the Homeless Persons Bill of Rights and Fairness Act is “misguided compassion towards the homeless.” To their horror the Bill would grant the homeless new rights in California, including sleeping on sidewalks.