Tag Archive for LA Times

Some Positive Press for Sheriff Hutchens

Today’s edition of the Los Angeles Times has a editorial, no doubt inspired by Dana Parsons story on OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens.  And Parsons’ story comes on the heels of an in-depth profile of the Sheriff in OC Weekly several weeks back. Look, Law enforcement is supposed to be non-partisan. And even though this sheriff…

The Meet The Publisher Meeting at Grand Ave

Earlier today, I (and several stealthyliberal pals) made our way to the Register’s offices at Grand Ave. for a “Meet the Publisher” lunch with Register publisher Terry Horne.  I estimate the crowd at about 150 people, mostly older Orange Countians feasting on a vareity of box lunches and cold water.  My purpose for going was to…

And The LA Times Endorses…

Barack Obama for President! We need a leader who demonstrates thoughtful calm and grace under pressure, one not prone to volatile gesture and capricious pronouncement. We need a leader well-grounded in the intellectual and legal foundations of American freedom. Yet we ask that the same person also possess the spark and passion to inspire the…

Good Catholics and Good Democrats

Our friend Matt Cunningham raised this issue over at Red County with this post that says Democrats don’t seem to understand Catholic voters.  He brings up that old pro-choice Democrats should be denied Communion argument (they brought this up with John Kerry in 2004.  What this is plainly is a further attempt at division.  Divide…

LA Times: NO on Prop 8

The Los Angeles Times has come out against stripped constitutional rights away from Gay and Lesbian couples by firmly coming out against Proposition 8 – the Protect Marriage Amendment. The editors wrote: To be sure, the court overturned Proposition 22, a vote of the people. That is the court’s duty when a law is unconstitutional,…