Tag Archive for Chris Prevatt

See you at the Truman Dinner!

The Liberal OC will be well-represented at tonight’s Truman dinner which features House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  Chris Prevatt and I will be there as well as Claudio Gallegos and Bill Spaulding. We’ll have a limited supply of our cool LiberalOC oval stickers on hand.  Please drop by our table and ask for one.  The LiberalOC…

A Personal Response to a Personal Attack

Sean Mill and I are friends. I know that sentence makes some of my co-bloggers here uneasy at best and angry at worst. I’ve never had a problem with Sean and I don’t think he’s had one with me. And even after we get through this post, I expect we’ll still be on speaking terms. And if we’re not, c’est la vie. But his post on the OJBlog yesterday warrants a response. The post is a “criticism” on Claudio W. Gallegos’ post about Ceci Iglesias’ campaign for Congress in CD-47 where it appears she’s being placed to draw votes from Rep. Loretta Sanchez.

Hey Dobbs, Dont let the door hit you in the …

With yesterday’s surprise announcement we are finally rid of Lou Dobbs racist rants on CNN. Granted, he would be a perfect fit along side Glenn Beck on Faux News Network. Media Matters had this to say: “For too long, CNN provided Lou Dobbs with its stamp of approval as he pursued a dangerous, one-sided and…

Jan Vandersloot OC Environmentalist Leader Dies at 64

I just saw this story in the LATimes. Jan was a true leader in the cause of protecting our coastal waters. I had the opportunity to meet Jan during his efforts with the Ocean Outfall Group when I was a member of the Garden Grove Sanitary District Advisory Commission. While we did not always agree, his…

Chris Norby: Opportunist or Revolutionary?

We are a week away from the November 17th Special Election Primary to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of disgraced Republican Assemblyman Mike Duvall. It seems to be a forgone conclusion among Orange County’s political pundits that Chris Norby is the front runner in this race. Whether or not he garners the 50%…

Lawsuit Abuse Report Misses Easy Target

Today the OCRegister Watchdog reports on the release of a study from Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse regarding the impact of frivolous litigation on the taxpayers. The group complains that people see cities and counties as deep pockets the can be sued and that costs taxpayers millions of dollars every year that cold be used to…