Luckily for me, having my son always helps numb the pain. On Wednesday, I had intended to write up a more in-depth analysis of what happened the night before, but it was his birthday and so I spent it, as well as yesterday, with him. He got a bright red Razor scooter just like he’d [...]
Ed Chau AGAIN?! Well hey, what can I say? I think my enemies have been taking advantage of my away time from writing while I sifted through thousands of lines of code. Next time, I think I’ll keep those types of things to myself. Incidentally, our own Larry Gilbert is [...]
Wow! What a week of stories in the blogosphere!
First things first: The news in the 42nd Congressional District is that Ed Chau is the fundraising leader in that race. Big deal. No surprise there. Or is there? Turns out Ed lent his campaign 20-grand, [...]
I saw this reprint of a press release on The LBC posted by Andrew Davey. It was very in-depth, yet it selectively neglected to mention that it was I, personally, that chose Brea for Ed’s headquarters when I was still with the campaign. This omission and the accompanying paragraph about Chau’s new union endorsements indicates [...]
How much control does the Democratic Party have over the races in OC? A lot more than you think. Art may have invited me onto his blog because of my unique perspective, but beyond that in regards to this story, I was an adviser to one of the candidates, so I [...]
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