Last night’s Anaheim City Council meeting, in which the council approved an expansion of the Anaheim Convention Center, was noteworthy for a demonstrated by Mayor Tom Tait that he actually seems to know he has a gavel and can use it even when there’s an obvious situation to do so — like anytime William Denis…
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At last Monday’s special meeting of the Anaheim City Council, William Fitzgerald, identified as a spokesperson for Anaheim HOME, used his three minutes of public commentary to defame Council member Jordan Brandman with an anti-Semitic and anti-Gay rant that should be personally embarrassing to him. During those three minutes, Fitzgerald is within his constitutional First…
A middle school student was forced to remove an American Flag off his bike last week for fear that it would incite racial tensions. Of course, the flag had been on his bike for the past two months, an American flag waves outside the school, and immediately after national outcry the boy was allowed to restore the flag.
The First Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment are under attack from the radical right! Muslims, Immigrants, and Gays are the greatest threat facing America. If it requires defiling the Constitution to stop them, the Tea Party has no problem.
HT to our friends at the Huffington Post but State Rep. Chuck DeVore has already lost his first battle of the month and its not even primary day. DeVore lost a lawsuit for his campaign’s parodies of Don Henley songs to attack Senator Barbara Boxer. Chuck’s claim to fame here – he’s the first political to lose a lawsuit over a song parody. So much for that copy of the pocket Constitution. Perhaps an expanded edition dealing with First Amendment law will fit on Chuck’s iPad.
Seems a group of UCI students called to schedule and got an appointment at Campbell’s District office in Newport Beach to express their opinions regarding specific legislation before the Congress. Unfortunately, they were met by Irvine Company security guards who prevented them from gaining access to the Congressman’s office suite which is located in an office building owned by the Irvine Company.