I remember articles like this one where people were concerned that Al Qaeda was “praying” for Obama to win the election and then news breaks from the Drudge Report that Barack Obama is a Muslim. So many folks were concerned that Barack Obama had this secret agenda to appease the terrorists and his first order of . . . → Read More: Still think Barack Obama is a Muslim?
I moved to San Luis Obispo county in 2005 with my family because it seemed so different and vibrant in a positive way compared to Los Angeles. It only took a solid 10-minute, straight drive down to San Luis Obispo from Los Osos Valley Rd. and then you’re in the city full of Cal Poly students . . . → Read More: San Luis Obispo, California
Recently, there has been a lot of speculation regarding Obama’s appointments to the cabinet and it’s been confirmed that Hillary Clinton met with Obama about a possible role in his administration. I can’t help but to recall the Democratic primaries earlier this year when both of them exchanged heated remarks against each other.
This video is from . . . → Read More: Obama and the Power of Forgiveness
I watched the November 6th, 2008 LOCSD meeting where Maria Kelly said that one of the first things she’d do as CSD director would be to cut funding to AGP Video (the folks who document the Los Osos CSD meetings) as one of the proposed budget cuts.
Let’s review California’s Brown Act briefly.
The original intent of inducting . . . → Read More: LOCSD Budget Cut Proposals
Ann Calhoun sure attracts the wacky bunch nowadays. I guess I should be grateful that I don’t have all these comments to filter through on my site, but I have to admit: it’s sure fun reading what some people have to say about the County of San Luis Obispo.
I read a post that Lynette Tornatzky, one . . . → Read More: "The Poor County": An Observation of SLO County Apologists
The last two days have undoubtedly been an adrenaline rush for me. I have been overwhelmed with joy knowing that Barack Obama will be the 44th President of the United States. Last night, Barack Obama delivered an emotional but eloquent victory speech that reminded me on why I’m proud to be an American.
Yes we can… and . . . → Read More: The Day After History Changed
I wanted to personally congratulate CSD-elects Maria Kelly and Marshall Ochylski for their success. Their campaigns have experienced some ups and downs but the community united firmly behind them in hopes that there will be more level-headed leadership and stability.
I think some of you might by thinking that this post is like a concessing speech. “Your . . . → Read More: Maria Kelly and Marshall Ochylski Elected to CSD
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Actual results will be reported after 8:00 PM, Tuesday November 4th.
Expect live election analysis around 10:00 . . . → Read More: 2008 General Election Results from SLO County
Updates will be posted here in accordance to the . . . → Read More: Ochs Nation (CNN) Presidential Election Coverage 2008
Source: The Tribune
Venditti is proven
Mimi Kalland (Letters, Oct. 18) claimed Karen Venditti appeared to be running a “misleading campaign,” given that community members—who she couldn’t name—were the most “vociferous, mean-spirited proponents” of the STEP/STEG system, an option that she seems to dismiss without explanation.
Don Bearden, an avid supporter of Maria . . . → Read More: Letter to The Tribune (10/31/08)