As we reported yesterday, veteran sports columnist Randy Youngman was among nine staffers laid off by the Orange County Register. Longtime readers of Youngman enjoyed his "Pickin' and Grinnin'" contests, but I always fancied his jabs at Keith Olbermann. From an Aug. 18, 2009 column: "Li ... More >>
The Conservative Assault on the Constitution (Simon & Schuster, $27) argues that beginning with Richard Nixon
and continuing through to George W. Bush, conservative presidents and their supporters have tried to change basic
constitutional principles through their policies and appointments
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The CEO and founder of Iconosys, a Laguna Hills company that developed a cell phone safety app aimed at combating texting while driving, rolled
into Washington, D.C., in a 36-foot motor home today to end his
cross-country "TextKills Tour."
The University of Denver, Iowa State University, the U ... More >>
There's nothing illegal about paying your spouse to work on your congressional campaign. Richard Pombo did it. So did Tom DeLay. Even local boy Dana Rohrabacher does it.
The Sunlight Foundation is busily compiling information on all sorts of representatives, but for the moment they're focusing on me ... More >>