Lakoff Gets Applauded

April 16, 2010 0

Lakoff eloquently reviews the polls done by Dave Binder to defend the  California Democracy Act.  They introduced him saying to be nice, and the room applauded on […]

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All Children Left Behind

April 16, 2010 0

No Child Left Behind, has left all children behind. Children are failing scores due to language barriers, as Gail Mendes, a teacher for the Bay […]

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Walk with Barbara Boxer

April 16, 2010 0

At 9:30am, at Starbucks, at the LA Convention Center, walk in with Barbara Boxer as she speaks at the general session, LACC West Hall B. […]

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Children’s Caucus

April 16, 2010 0

Gail Mendes encouraged California to bring music and art back to the classroom and stop over-testing our kids. She discussed the big issue of stopping […]

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April 15th Tea Party– Irvine, CA

April 15, 2010 0

Today I attended the Tea Party rally hosted by OC Nissan. It was a surprising low energy affair, probably because it was really a Republican […]

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Obama Venom

April 15, 2010 0

The picture says it all, doesn’t it? I saw a lot of signs walking up that suddenly disappeared at the rally. You can imagine how […]

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Tea Party Vaudeville

April 15, 2010 0

When two organizers of the Tea Party put on masks of Barack and Michelle Obama, it reminded me of the old Vaudeville shows where actors […]

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Mocking the Clintons

April 15, 2010 0

The crowd got a big kick of making fun at Hillary and Bill Clinton. I was surprised when the Tea Party took on an X-rated […]

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Lots of Pitchforks!

April 15, 2010 0

Went to the Tea Party Rally in Irvine, California today. Lots of pitchfork talk. Didn’t expect that.

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California, Stay Away from Hawaiian Style

April 14, 2010 0

I lived in Hawaii from 2008-2010 and I learned firsthand the tactics Republicans use to get elected in Democratic areas. Posing as moderates to get […]

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Spare a Million?

April 14, 2010 0

They will sell your home or buy it? I found this sign in the Bay Area, an area where most homes go for over 1 […]

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Farmer’s Markets Are The Best

April 13, 2010 0

Supporting the local Farmer’s Market is the greatest feeling in the world. There is something incredible about that link to food, close to the time […]

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Where is the Bottom for this Recession ?

April 12, 2010 0

An interesting article by Robert Reich I found at the Huffington Post, The Future of American Jobs. According to the Berkeley professor, we will work for […]

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Equal Social Security Benefit

April 12, 2010 0

Equal Social Security for Same-Sex Couples  It is such a form a discrimination when two people pay into a system and cannot reap the benefits […]

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Save our Schools

April 10, 2010 0

Schwarzeneggar’s School Cuts  In Orange County, a strike may be imminent. I wonder what will happen to a child I know with Autism, when his […]

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Learn How Health Care Reform Benefits You

April 10, 2010 0

Benefits of Health Care Reform

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Trifle

April 10, 2010 0
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It’s affordable to be a woman, again

April 10, 2010 0

Barbara Boxer I am very pleased that Congress has passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and its accompanying Health Care and Education Reconciliation […]

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Go Villaraigosa!

April 9, 2010 0

Check out this article I found on LA Mayor on Rough and Tumble. Where I sit at least he looked for the money and found […]

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Barbara Boxer

April 8, 2010 0

Barbara Boxer is doing. An article in the LA Times by Seema Mehta. Barbara Boxer is out there working for America and California. The Health Care […]

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What is happening out there?

April 8, 2010 0

A newbie at blogging and at politics. I think I get  sucked in by it all. The Republicans voice their spiel on Fox news. Sometimes […]

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Spring Break

April 8, 2010 0

Spring Break. A very funny phenomenon. From college kids letting  go to family  time with the kids.  I don’t know as much about the college scene […]

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Through a Teacher’s Eye, the kids are suffering

April 7, 2010 0

I know a few teachers and they say being a public school teacher has changed.  Many have lost their job, and many have been threatened […]

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California Schools

April 7, 2010 0

An interesting article by Dan Walters in the Sacremento Bee. California’s Schools Funding Woes hit home It’s all the unions fault for treating our teachers so […]

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How could California spend 59 million

April 6, 2010 0

59 million reasons to care about the governor’s race, a must see youtube video for every Californian who cares.  How you campaign is indicative of […]

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Silicon Valley’s Slump, a Glimse of America’s Problem

April 6, 2010 0

An interesting report on Silicon Valley’s Slump Shows Shift of US Technology I found on the PBS News Hour.  Basically, jobs and companies are going overseas. […]

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Toyota, pay up

April 5, 2010 0

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Calif. climate law under assault in poor economy

April 4, 2010 0

Keep California Green Oil companies seem always threatened by the movement of a greener California. How many more times are companies going to use this […]

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Political conversations, a sure way to clear any room.

April 4, 2010 0

Hop, hop, hop into politics. Today, in a family gathering I got a bit more taste in my mouth than simply the chocolate easter egg. […]

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California looks for creative cost-cutting measures

April 2, 2010 0

California Jails I am all for rehabilitation but when California sets criminals free to save money?? ‘I don’t think our lawmakers are looking too hard […]

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Sea Otters are Threatened

April 2, 2010 0

California Sea Otter Sea Otters are on the threatened endangered species list. The culprit, the runoff from our lawns. Over-fertilizing lawns send chemicals to our […]

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Nice Win for Democracy

April 1, 2010 0

Obama’s war, combatting extemism in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Dr. Paul Auerback- One of our Haiti Heroes

April 1, 2010 0

Paul Auerback Returning from Haiti

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