Many years ago, Ms. Bail started a Political Action Committee dedicated to keeping Measure A intact no matter what. It was aptly named “Keep Measure A.” They formed a PAC in order to support candidates that they deemed sufficiently committed to keeping Measure A. Ms. Bail was the Secretary.
Watching last night’s debate, were you as flabbergasted as I was by Sarah Palin’s comment “And I may not answer the questions that either the moderator or you want to hear, but I’m going to talk straight to the American people…”. I had planned on writing about a similar subject, but that just jumped out at me.
Recent discussions on Lauren Do’s blog (tip to blogger Roberts, it’s “Doe” on “Doo”) have led to outlandish claims calling SunCal “crooks” and accusing them of “Land Grabs,” accusations that yours truly is breaking the Brown Act (open government laws) by having a blog that I sometimes express an opinion on, and the claims and accusations go on and on.
The blogs are afire with accusations, but the critiques fall flat.
What happens if the state gives reinstates the Prop 98 money it is currently cutting from AUSDs budget? Windfall? or future protection?
Alamedans.com, a new website collecting the postings of numerous Alameda bloggers is launched…
It’s time to chill out on the Charter School discussion. Take a step back and start talking to each other again.
It was Oscar weekend and all the stars were out….at the Measure A forum. Here’s a rambling overview of the entire event. Rated S-13. Includes some snarky remarks and may not be appropriate for people who’s mental age is under 13.
The Alameda Daily News makes lot’s of predictions and assertions of supposed fact, but do they get it right?
Monday night, the City of Alameda Planning Board sat down to once again address issues surrounding holding a forum to discuss Measure A.
Every Day I Write the Book At the end of 2007, during the penultimate 12 hours of the year, it seems to be traditional to look back at the year that’s past and the one just ahead. I went back…