Tag Archive for Poverty

NAACP Honors Dr. King’s Legacy

Today is the 40th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history, the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. King is best remembered as the leader of the civil rights movement and for his work in the African-American community, but he was much more than that. He…

Should we give ¡A Mexican! a raise?

It seems that there were a few things going on at the OC Weekly before us LIBERALS took over that I was not aware of. It looks like the OC Weekly was paying their resident ¡Mexican! Gustavo Arellano, like a Mexican, or maybe less than a WalMart greeter. At any rate, a commenter (Drew C)…

Norby? Getting to know you…

The President doesn’t read newspapers, why should you? Only nerdy intellectuals waste their time with facts and news stories. Curt is a very curt fellow. He sums up all of the political news that is going on in Orange County in just one word. From Todays LA Times. O.C. supervisor reimburses campaign for ‘study’ expenses…

Sunday Read: How About a Budget That Works for Everyone?

If the Governor demands our children, the disabled, and the poor to make sacrifices, then he ought to make the same demand on those who profit from loopholes in the tax system. We cannot continue to balance the budget on the backs of our poorest and most fragile people. It is wrong; it is reprehensible.…