In spite of a public announcement of sorts about changes and “diversity” in its editorial pages, OC’s largest daily newspaper’s opinion pages have a Brokeback Mountain relationship with the GOP; they just can’t quit you Republicans which is why…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 5 Comments
The meme from my Republican friends who hate President Obama and Democrats in general is Obama has “bankrupted our country and eroded our civil liberties.” What short memories they have. Next week marks the tenth anniversary of the invasion of…
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Yesterday, The Orange County Board of Supervisors narrowed down their list of potential candidates for the vacant position of County Clerk-Recorder. The new list of eleven candidates will be scheduled, at a date yet to be determined, for public interviews by the board.
by Chris Prevatt • • 2 Comments
This is probably one of those moments that Paul Ryan really, really wants to do over. In revealing the Republican Budget proposal Congressman Paul Ryan describes the objectives of their proposal.
by John Christian Hansen • • 1 Comment
Senator Marco Rubio delivered the GOP response to President Obama’s State of the Union address to congress this evening. Meanwhile Time Magazine rushed to re-do this week’s cover story.
OC State Assembly Members want to Put a Gun in the Hands of Your Kid’s Teacher, Principal and Janitor
by Dan Chmielewski • • 10 Comments
In Orange County, our Republican-dominated state assembly representatives continue to demonstrate complete ineptness when it comes to getting fair funding for Orange County’s school districts. Countless trips to Sacramento by parents groups and students, in addition to meetings with the…
by Chris Prevatt • • 9 Comments
From the “Can’t Win Any Other Way” files comes the news that the GOP has defined a new strategy to deal with its declining national popularity. In states where Republicans hold state legislatures and governorship’s in their control, the GOP is trying to change the way Electoral College votes are allocated so that they are assigned by congressional district rather than to the winner of the statewide popular vote.