Christopher Jordan Dorner's infamous manifesto identifies around 40 Southern California law enforcement officers he believes have wronged him. Indeed, those passages burn most of the rambling post's 6,000 words. But Dorner also cites films, TV shows, celebrities, athletes and newsmen he likes, inclu ... More >>
For the UC Irvine School of Law's first-ever Supreme Court Review
Wednesday, the assembled panel was saddled with a reportedly "boring" 2010-2011 term.
Fortunately, the legal all-stars who enlightened about 170
lunching students, lawyers and professors on campus (and an equal number watching the ... More >>
It's been a couple of months since we last paid much attention to Kevin MacDonald, the Long Beach State psychology professor who's an Irvine resident and a bigwig at the white-power, terrorist-inspired American Third Position Party. So we missed his January essay on the white-supremacist Vdare.co ... More >>
flickr user elkitBreaking the news.The campaign against a public school's "Confucius Classroom" by the Chinese-American activist who last
demonstrations over the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and
Tse-Tung statue is about to get national media exposure--f ... More >>
Like all of you, I was SHOCKED SHOCKED SHOCKED when I read the LA Times on Monday and saw the news about Gourmet magazine. But leave it to Jon Stewart to put even this in perspective. I need not say anymore, because really, the man has said it all.
On the October 16 episode of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, television news anchor and Emmy nominee Stephen Colbert announced that he was "officially considering" whether or not he would announce if he was considering running for President of the United States, and would make that ... More >>