Monthly Archives: October 2007
The LA Times has an interesting yet oddly written story about campaign contributions to Hillary Clinton from people in New York’s Chinatown. ” In April, a single fundraiser in an area long known for its gritty urban poverty yielded a … Continue reading
We always have a laugh when we see corrections in other papers. But it’s not so funny when we do it. Like we did today. We wrote that a man was fatally stabbed…er….except he wasn’t. We fixed the web edition, … Continue reading
Here’s the new news. We’ll look into it.
OK. I admit it. Here’s actually rare good news and the story teases out the bad news in a way that would hurt a yoga master.
That would be an investigator reporter. Better than being called a vulture or ghoul, I suppose.
One bill signed by the governor that caught my eye: SB 362, from state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo Alto. It prohibits employers and others from forcing anyone to have a radio frequency identification device implanted under their skin. “Others”? wives? … Continue reading
At Save our Community, more discussion on Councilman Gary Taylor’s continued attempt to expose what he says is a hostile working environment for employees. Jennifer McLain’s story on Sunday is more evidence, though not indisputable, that there is a least … Continue reading
Sunday’s column: It starts with a friendly phone call, whispered rumor or “leaked” documents. After some pleasantries, the caller asks if a story can be buried or outright killed. Or a disgruntled gadfly peddles rumors of bias because she doesn’t … Continue reading
We get hundreds of e-mails a day, many we can’t use because they are not connected to our area. This one we won’t be using but was so interesting I had to post: “Three Squares Greetings, a newly formed Los … Continue reading