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In Case You Missed it…

nuclear reactor

Over the past week we learned of the termination of the County’s popular Green Fair, NRC held a hearing on the reopening of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, and Nick Berardino pushed back on an Orange County Register editorial attacking organized labor.

Goodbye 2012

As we stand on the edge of the fiscal cliff, waiting to see if the Republicans in Congress choose to walk back from the edge with Democrats or jump—pulling us all over into an economic abyss, I want to recall with you some of the highlights of 2012.

OC’s Scariest Politicos

Happy Halloween!  In our tradition, we offer this year’s edition of OC’s scariest political figures.   #10, Chris Thompson, Fullerton School Board — Distrustful of government, hate unions, can’t wait for the police to investigate? Chris Thompson is your man.  Call him and he’ll hassle teenagers parking in a car on school grounds after dark,…

NFL Replacement Officials: What Outsourcing Looks Like

Monday’s night’s NFL matchup between Green Bay and Seattle is going down as the worst blown call ever.  Trailing late in the game, Seattle threw a Hail Mary pass that just about everyone in America could see was an interception by the Packers, expect for a replacement official who saw a Seahawk receiver wrap his…

Irvine Republicans Up to Old Tricks Again

The expression is those who fail to learn from the past are destined to repeat it, and in the case of the current crop of Republican candidates for Mayor and City Council, it’s not so much a failure to learn from the past but a denial that the past ever happened to begin with. Case…

San Diego Newspaper Aides Republican Candidates

If you listen to Republicans long enough, the subject of Liberal Media Bias will come up.  They won’t have any problem with the Conservative Media Bias by outlets like Fox News or on political blogs like this one.  In Orange County, where Liberals and Democrats can’t even get a columnist or an editorial with a…