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Who are they really afraid of?

Since his very public break with the GOP earlier this year, I think Steven Greenhut has been on a tear.  Still no friend of Liberals or Democrats, Steve has shown no favoritism to those on the Right either.  What’s the old expression, “The enemy of my enemy is my….” Well, you get the picture. Steve’s…

Mission Viejo is #1 Safest City; Lake Forest is #10

The Orange County Register reported earlier this week on the release of violent crime statistics.  I’m curious, if the management of the Sheriff’s Department is as bad as people are saying, why are the #1 and #10 cities in the nation OC Sheriff’s Department contract cities?  No matter what the problems may or may not…

City won’t endorse Hunt if Carona steps down

This was in the OCRegister Wednesday.  With all of the holiday activity we missed it. At any rate, let us know what you think about this turn of events.   San Clemente letter that had been drafted to Board of Supervisors will not be sent. By FRED SWEGLES SUN POST NEWS SAN CLEMENTE – The…

Get Your IMPEACHMENT On TODAY in Santa Ana!

Are you ready to impeach in the belly of the beast? If so, join OC Impeach in front of The OC Register Building in Downtown Santa Ana at 2:00 PM this afternoon! If you want to see the Bush-Cheney crime family impeached for their high crimes and misdemeanors, join your fellow progressive OC denizens in…

Despite Landsbaum’s assertions; Global Warming Is Real!

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC), a group of 2,000 scientists from 140 countries, has over the past several months been releasing volumes of its work on global warming. The report released Saturday is the synthesis of that work, a six-year endeavor to measure most of what is known about global warming and…

What Do YOU Think: How Is Rising Inflation Affecting YOU?

Oh, drats! Check out what I found this morning in The Register. Inflation is back, and it’s ready to bite. Consumer prices in Southern California rose 0.5 percent in October and 3.5 percent over the past 12 months, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said today. ThatÂ’s up from an 0.2 percent increase in September, and…