I had the misfortune of watching KCET’s post State of the State analysis last night. David Lazarus, a brilliant business columnist for the LA Times, and Judy Muller, a professor of journalism at USC and former CBS News correspondent, had…
by Mike Matsuda • • 1 Comment
The iconic Helen Keller once famously stated, â€œThe most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight, but has no vision.â€ With respect to solving our education crisis, politicians and policy experts call for all sorts of accountability measures and rating metrics. But no one is asking the really big question, â€œWhat is our mission?
by Chris Prevatt • • 9 Comments
Really? These people thought that 8 days after the shooting in Tucson was a good time to walk around a shopping center with their guns strapped to their hips?
by Dan Chmielewski • • 10 Comments
In an editorial in today’s Los Angeles Times, Bill Lockyer and Stephen Levy make the case that the state of California isn’t broken.Â I know that’s bound to rile up the John-and-Ken crowd, but the duo make a compelling case.…
by Mike Pouraryan • • 3 Comments
Today was a beautiful day in Laguna Niguel. With the Sun again being out, I saw the people at the Street Corners yet again trying to call upon the generosity of the community to help them through these very trying times. One of those voices was a single mother of two children.
by Bill Spaulding • • 5 Comments
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47) today joined a growing list of California lawmakers who are asking the U.S. Department of Transportation to redirect high-speed rail funding refused by other states to California.
by Saad • • 4 Comments
Businesses seek to keep under wraps whether they use slave labor in the making of their products or not.