The problem with Ann here is her “shock and awe,” polemicist approach to conservatism. I feel that she could say what she has to say better without having to compare Barbara Walters reading her book to her reading Mein Kamph. I know a lot of people would be quick to dismiss Coulter as playing into Godwin’s . . . → Read More: Coulter Coldly Dismisses Idea That She’s Bad For The GOP
Greetings Ochs Nation subscribers!
I’m opening up the floor so that anyone can post a comment including the anonymous.
All I ask is for people to be polite and considerate of other people’s opinions.
I reserve the right to delete any comments that I deem to be overly vulgar or defamatory according to the Blogger Content Policy.
The blog has . . . → Read More: Revision of Comments Policy
“Clean Water” promoter Gail McPherson authored a Viewpoint in the Tribune on February 24th entitled, “Let community choose between sewer options.”
After reading it, my first reaction was, “What is she trying to say?” Her message seemed so enveloped with posturing, I found it difficult to find a coherent thread.
McPherson writes, “Paavo Ogren, County Public Works director, . . . → Read More: Gail McPherson: More Unwarranted Cynicism
After posting my previous blog article, my pageviews jumped to about 800 and 40% of those 800 people are visitors who have visited the blog for the first time. I know that people are reading it. However, it’s been five days since I invited Bill Garfinkel to respond to my rebuttal his viewpoint. So far, I . . . → Read More: Community Survey Madness
2:04 PM PST: David “Waterguy” Venhuizen has issued a response to the blog entry:
Just read your blog re Garfinkel. I was contacted by Gail McPherson in late 2005, and was engaged in a discussion with her, two or board members and the then general manager about the sort of planning process they “should” . . . → Read More: It’s time to speak out on Garfinkel’s jaded "process"…
Long title, but it is fitting.
Steve Paige now has a blog. I recommend checking it out by . . . → Read More: New Blog on the Horizon: Los Osos Low Income Housing Deathwatch
I was excited to hear when Obama announced Recovery.gov, which is a site that is supposedly going to track where all the stimulus spending is going to. Today, on the site, it reads, “Check back after the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to see how and where your tax dollars are being spent.”
After . . . → Read More: What’s on everyone’s mind? The stimulus package.
Here is the speech that I gave at the SLO County Board of Supervisors meeting today:
Members of the board:
Last Tuesday, during public comment on the Los Osos update, a member of the community said, “Los Osos is about making hard choices,” but there is a problem with that. We did not make these hard choices. People, . . . → Read More: SLO County Board of Supervisors Speech Transcript (2/10/09)
As a supporter of his throughout his campaign, I think that Barack Obama hasn’t done enough to specify what’s exactly in the bill. He isolated one section of the bill, the modernization of the entire fleet of federal vehicles so that they utilize state of the art fuel efficiency. He asserted that critics considered that one . . . → Read More: Obama Stimulus Speech: "Time For Action Is Now" (VIDEO)
Here is the speech that I presented at the SLO County Board of Supervisors meeting:
Members of the board, I’m here to talk about Los Osos and the way you’ve been treating us. Granted, you have a lot of the same people speaking about the Los Osos wastewater project or – as you put it Mr. Gibson . . . → Read More: SLO County Board of Supervisors Speech (2/3/09) Transcript and Commentary