Articles by Robert Reich, Kevin Lynn, Maro-Solis Marich, Cynthia Loo, John Delloro, Joseph Palermo, Mario Solis-Marich, Andrea Christina Nill, Berry Craig, K. Danielle Edwards, Georgianne Nienaber, Lydia Howell, Linda Milazzo, Tina Dupuy, Jim Fuller, David Love, Michael Sigman, Irene Monroe, Robert Reich, Wendy Block, Tom Degan, Denis Campbell, Charley James and Lulu Demain, Carl Matthes, Kenneth Weisbrode, Anthony Asadullah Samad, Tom Degan, John Delloro, Sikivu Hutchinson, Carl Bloice, Jerry Drucker, Mario Solis-Marich, Ed Rampell, and Tracy Emblem.
Although the California Secretary of State has not declared any of the results final until every vote is counted, the following are based on the results that have already been counted and posted on the County of Los Angeles Registrar’s Website as of 4:30 pm pst, 11/05/08.
I strongly support the following sitting judicial officers in the following judicial races: #82 Referee Cynthia Loo #84 Commissioner Lori-Ann Jones #154 Commissioner Rocky Crabb #72 Dep DA Hilleri Grossman Merritt #94 Dep Public Defender C. Edward Mack shown here Lori Ann Jones(l) and Cynthia Loo(r)
I didn’t really mean to do it. I usually have more self-control. Something just came over me. I couldn’t restrain myself. Please forgive me. I voted Friday.
I strongly support the following sitting judicial officers in the following judicial races: #82 Referee Cynthia Loo #84 Commissioner Lori-Ann Jones #154 Commissioner Rocky Crabb #72 Deputy DA Hilleri Grossman Merritt #94 Deputy Public Defender C. Edward Mack (shown here Lori Ann Jones and Cynthia Loo)
Troy Anthony Davis was granted a last-minute reprieve today, September 23, 2008, according to a report by Rusy Domin of CNN International. This morning, before going to work, Dick and I joined hands in prayer for the life of Troy Anthony Davis. He was scheduled to be executed tonight at 7:00pm ET in Georgia for […]
In our ongoing immersion into all things political, we held the first fundraiser in our home last Saturday. We’re not exactly social butterflies, so the idea of having dozens of folks over for Stella, Brie, and polite conversation is more than a bit daunting.
The several political or at least politically tinged events we attended this week showed us that the momentum for change is running fever pitch here in Los Angeles. Clearly, chickens have come home to roost for the woeful Bush Administration and the failed right-wing policies supporting it. Democratic candidates up and down the slate stand […]