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  • 'In God We Trust' legislation for schools advances theocracy

    Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Paine had it all wrong, in the view of some people, and it is time for America to follow the lead of the sheiks and mullahs of Saudi Arabia and Iran, along with the Imperial Kludds of the Ku Klux Klan and similarly oriented people.
  • Rick Santorum movie flops, representing another victory for the devil

    Rick Santorum movie flops, representing another victory for the devil
    It was only a matter of time before somebody finally would be able to make a movie that is worse than "Ishtar." Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., who is also a former candidate for president, once called Hollywood "the devil's playground." Now,...

    The Middle East mess isn't about Israeli settlements

    In an interview with Charles Gati in Politico Magazine, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who served as national security adviser to Jimmy Carter, proves once again that he is a man of profound religious faith. He worships at the Church of Linkage, which holds that...

    Constitutional subversions are flayed by a legal expert after Obama-Leno show

    Constitutional subversions are flayed by a legal expert after Obama-Leno show
    Less than 50 miles from the Lehigh Valley, as the crow flies, is the only museum dedicated entirely to the world's most important document. The National Constitution Center is two blocks from Independence Hall, where the U.S. Constitution was signed...

    Manchin's sensible way out of a Syria quagmire

    Could there be a better way to punish Bashar Assad for using chemical weapons than a "limited and tailored" military strike, as President Barack Obama and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, at his urging, would have it? It's such a bad plan that not...
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  • Water district hosts study group

    COSTA MESA — Mesa Consolidated Water District officials are looking for a few good water ambassadors. Mesa Water is offering a free water issues study group starting Feb. 15 through May. The classes lead by Mesa Water experts will meet from 6:30 to...
  • Friends of the Library: Leece to speak at annual meeting

    "Got Books?" will be the title of a speech by Costa Mesa City Councilwoman Wendy Leece, when she appears as the featured speaker at the Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries annual meeting. The event will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Mesa Verde United...
  • Plans cause stir

    In a humorous remark near the end of Tuesday night's Newport Beach City Council meeting, Councilman Ed Selich summed up best the decision-making process for the Newport Beach Country Club property. "Now I know what they mean in Congress when they say,...
  • 1,000 miles of the Yukon

    1,000 miles of the Yukon
    Fog, thick as steam, swirls around the preparation area, as people and dogs scurry about, attending to myriad pre-race chores. It's minus 30 Fahrenheit this morning, but dry, and all the spectators are dressed in layers, some with only their eyes...
  • Mailbag: It's time to reform school district

    It's time for Newport-Mesa Unified School District to take action and become an education leader, not a patchwork of success and failure. Our schools and their leadership are an issue that should be important to every resident, whether you have children...
  • Community Commentary: We can all unite around a good cause

    Perhaps it was divine intervention at this year's Mesa Verde Golf Classic hosted by Costa Mesa United. I had the pleasure to work alongside so many selfless people. I arrived at 6 a.m. and saw not only our Estancia Boosters and members of our City...
  • Editorial: School board failed the Hubbard test

    The Newport-Mesa Unified school board's decision to fire Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard last week was an easy one. He was, after all, a convicted felon when the trustees pulled the trigger. Where the board failed was in making the tough decisions that led up to...
  • Mailbag: Hubbard's supporters should resign

    With the exception of Katrina Foley, the members of the Newport-Mesa Unified Board of Education need a civics lesson. For some reason, they were under the misperception that Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard was "innocent until proven guilty" and "entitled to his day...
  • Mystic Photographer's Work To Be Featured On Postage Stamp

    Mystic Photographer's Work To Be Featured On Postage Stamp
    For the last 30 years, Michael Melford of Mystic has traveled the world for National Geographic magazine, taking pictures of historic sites and natural wonders. Now Melford reached a new plateau in his artistic career: One of his photos has become a...
  • 5 fresh visions for Navy Pier

    5 fresh visions for Navy Pier
    Navy Pier is in store for a makeover, and the changes could be dramatic. On Tuesday, five teams of celebrated designers from Chicago and around the world will begin to unveil competing plans for remaking the public spaces of Illinois' most popular...
  • High Schools: Sea Kings aim to climb

    High Schools: Sea Kings aim to climb
    Under Coach Ryan Schachter, the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team has finished first in the Pacific Coast League in four of his first five seasons. In Schachter's sixth season at the school, the Sea Kings are back in contention for a league...