Tag Archive for Media

Sheriff Carona speaks to Full Disclosure Network

H/T to Tin Star Blog. Shortly after the federal indictment was made public, Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona took a sixty day leave of absence from his office to focus his attention to preparing and assisting with his defense. Sheriff Carona gave an in depth interview about his decision to temporarily leave the day-to-day duties…

Liberal Media Bias?

There’s a new study out by Harvard that has conservatives up in arms about renewed Liberal Media Bias.  The data points to current coverage and suggests that Democrats are getting more positive press coverage than Republicans.  With all the corruption scandals, Larry Craig, and ongoing war coverage, just what do reporters have to say about…

FLASHREPORT = Faux News

Well it’s been a couple days now, you would think that somewhere on the FLASHREPORT Jon Fleischman would make some mention of the troubles surrounding his former boss, Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona.  There are numerous ways that he could cover this national story with Orange County roots in a supportive way. But Jon will…

CARONA FILES: Commentary of the Day

Yesterday was a day full of media reports about Mike Carona, his indictment and arraignment in federal court. While we were waiting for the attorneys to show up and tells us what had happened inside the court room we did get our share of entertainment, For me the most entertaining part was the appearance of…

Santiago Fire: A Tale of Two Assemblymen

Earlier in the week, State Rep. Chuck DeVore (R-Irvine) lectured me on his role as an assemblyman during the Santiago fire.  Chuck wrote: As for your other suggestions, I’d like to point out that I am a member of the Legislative Branch. You would not look to a judge to be directly involved in the…

Islamofacism: a Real Threat or Not?

Bill Maher, the host of HBO’s real time, suggested in his New Rules commentary Friday night that environmental threats pose a greater danger to us and our way of life than Islamofacism.  He talked about Al Qaeda’s crude and old weapons “arsenal” and the fact that they still issue videotaped threats on VHS. Maher disputes…

More Phony Soldiers Who Don’t Get Military Ethos

from today’s Washington Post: ‘I Don’t Think This Place Is Worth Another Soldier’s Life’ After 14 months in a Baghdad district torn by mounting sectarian violence, members of one U.S. unit are tired, bitter and skeptical.   By Joshua Partlow Washington Post Foreign Service Saturday, October 27, 2007; A01 BAGHDAD, Oct. 26 Their line of tan…