Monthly Archives: May 2008
LAT: Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman and Spence, California Republican Assembly president, debate the issues on the ballot. Spence is a West Covina Unified board member.
There are obviously differences between these categories. Opinions are just that. They don’t have to be fair or give the other side or even add context. News is just the facts. Columns can be hybrids of news and analysis. Frank … Continue reading
Here. I don’t know how useful it is, but it’s at least an attempt at open government.
Gazzette: “Richard Todd Davis, CEO of LifeLock Inc., was so confident in his company’s ability to protect his identity that he publicly revealed his Social Security number: 457-55-5462. But according to a new class-action lawsuit filed last week in Jackson … Continue reading
NYT: “(Jane) Novak has become so well known in Yemen that newspaper editors say they sell more copies if her photograph — blond and smiling — is on the cover. Her blog, an outspoken news bulletin on Yemeni affairs, is … Continue reading
Pols can still spend campaign funds on them, but now have to disclose who was along and what purpose it served to help them do their job. State Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, is one of the examples used by critics … Continue reading
“except in certain limited circumstances..” -uhm. no thanks.
in the Asian and Latino San Gabriel Valley communities. I’m assuming it will be mostly online. The school got $12,000 for the first year and $5,000 for the next.
that is the question at FCBlog.
What to do when you run into a mountain lion. (h/t Bethania Palma) Or you can do this. We’ll have a story on the La Verne lion in tomorrow’s paper.