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April 19, 2008
Disgruntled with the way Wednesday night?s Democratic presidential debate was handled, about 30 demonstrators held signs and chanted slogans Friday night in front of Walt Disney headquarters in Burbank. ?We?re feeling that it was really trivial,? said Larry Nemecek, publicity chairman for the Burbank Democratic Club. ?It?s not about one candidate, it?s about not getting to the issues.? During the debate, which aired on ABC, moderators George Stephanopoulos and Charlie Gibson peppered Barack Obama with questions about why he does not regularly wear United States flag lapel pins and Hillary Clinton about her trip to Bosnia, in which a story about the then-first lady?
NEWS
November 22, 2000
I expected different with the Rep. James Rogan win or loss. It takes a village to win and not a one-sided opinion. Rogan keeps saying it was the President Clinton garbage in a stupid hearing that cost Rogan his election. Oh no, Jim, you're wrong, it was that you were listening to the wrong people. For the past years, I kept mailing letters to you what was best in your election and I won out. It takes a U.S. citizen voter, a registered voter, to commit to going to the polls.
NEWS
July 6, 2007
A majority of members of the House of Representative have now signed on as co-sponsors of the resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide, introduced by Congressman Adam Schiff. Schiff's resolution, introduced Jan. 30, now has 218 sponsors, out of 435 House members. The issue of whether the U.S. extends official recognition to the death of a estimated 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Turkish empire has been debated since the days of the Truman administration, and has always been blocked by the influence of Turkey.
NEWS
September 17, 2004
Things you have to believe to be a Republican today: A president lying about an extramarital affair is an impeachable offense, but a president lying to enlist support for a war in which thousands die is solid defense policy; Providing health care to all Iraqis is sound policy, but providing health care to all Americans is socialism; The best way to improve military morale is to praise the troops in speeches while slashing veterans' benefits...
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By Zain Shauk | November 24, 2008
Four chants of “om” and a song of “Glory, Glory Hallelujah” closed the Self Realization Fellowship’s first service at its new Glendale temple Sunday. The sacred Hindu intonation and Christian song were a part of the group’s inclusive practice, which is based on the idea that God exists within all beings, said the Rev. Brother Satyananda, the leader of the congregation. The fellowship, founded in 1920 by Indian theologian Paramahansa Yogananda, draws from a combination of religious teachings, focusing on meditative components of yoga while referring primarily to Christian and Hindu scriptures to highlight its message, Satyananda said.
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By Charles Cooper | February 8, 2008
Voters in the two local Congressional districts followed the state trend in supporting Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary and John McCain in the Republican. In the 26th District, represented by Republican David Dreier, Clinton received 54% of the Democratic vote to 40% for Barack Obama. Sen. John Edwards, who just dropped out of the race, received 3.4%. Among Republicans, McCain received 44%, to 36.5 for Mitt Romney. Mike Huckabee received 10.5%. In the 29th District, represented by Democrat Adam Schiff, Clinton received 52% of the vote to 44% for Obama.
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By: | September 17, 2005
1. Which first lady spoke in Newport Beach last week? A. Hillary Clinton B. Barbara Bush C. Laura Bush D. Libby Pataki 2. What kind of animal has been keeping residents of Newport Harbor up at night? A. Great white sharks B. Teenagers C. Sea lions D. Crows 3. Which car dealership gave $100,000 to the Newport Beach centennial celebration? A. Theodore Robbins Ford B. Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz C. Newport Lexus D. South Coast Toyota 4. Newport Beach resident Don DuBois won what award recently?
NEWS
April 8, 2008
by Robin Goldsworthy Practical jokes were abundant this past Tuesday. I don’t know if you had the chance to check out the banner on the construction site for the La Cañada Town Center at Angeles Crest Highway and Foothill Boulevard. The proclamation that a Hooters was coming to the area caused residents to burn the phone wires as they called city councilmembers to voice their concern. Turned out that the whole thing was the mother of all practical jokes, giving us with an overworked funny bone yet another reason to laugh.
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By Zain Shauk | November 24, 2008
Four chants of “om” and a song of “Glory, Glory Hallelujah” closed the Self Realization Fellowship’s first service at its new Glendale temple Sunday. The sacred Hindu intonation and Christian song were a part of the group’s inclusive practice, which is based on the idea that God exists within all beings, said the Rev. Brother Satyananda, the leader of the congregation. The fellowship, founded in 1920 by Indian theologian Paramahansa Yogananda, draws from a combination of religious teachings, focusing on meditative components of yoga while referring primarily to Christian and Hindu scriptures to highlight its message, Satyananda said.
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NEWS
April 19, 2008
Disgruntled with the way Wednesday night?s Democratic presidential debate was handled, about 30 demonstrators held signs and chanted slogans Friday night in front of Walt Disney headquarters in Burbank. ?We?re feeling that it was really trivial,? said Larry Nemecek, publicity chairman for the Burbank Democratic Club. ?It?s not about one candidate, it?s about not getting to the issues.? During the debate, which aired on ABC, moderators George Stephanopoulos and Charlie Gibson peppered Barack Obama with questions about why he does not regularly wear United States flag lapel pins and Hillary Clinton about her trip to Bosnia, in which a story about the then-first lady?
NEWS
April 8, 2008
by Robin Goldsworthy Practical jokes were abundant this past Tuesday. I don’t know if you had the chance to check out the banner on the construction site for the La Cañada Town Center at Angeles Crest Highway and Foothill Boulevard. The proclamation that a Hooters was coming to the area caused residents to burn the phone wires as they called city councilmembers to voice their concern. Turned out that the whole thing was the mother of all practical jokes, giving us with an overworked funny bone yet another reason to laugh.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | February 8, 2008
Voters in the two local Congressional districts followed the state trend in supporting Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary and John McCain in the Republican. In the 26th District, represented by Republican David Dreier, Clinton received 54% of the Democratic vote to 40% for Barack Obama. Sen. John Edwards, who just dropped out of the race, received 3.4%. Among Republicans, McCain received 44%, to 36.5 for Mitt Romney. Mike Huckabee received 10.5%. In the 29th District, represented by Democrat Adam Schiff, Clinton received 52% of the vote to 44% for Obama.
FEATURES
October 6, 2007
P residential candidate Hillary Clinton reportedly says universal health care is a moral imperative, while Rudolph Giuliani says this is just socialization of medicine and that reform should come by way of a market-based solution. What do you think? Is universal health care a moral imperative? Or should it be based on the free market?   Judaism teaches us that we all have a clear moral responsibility for one another’s welfare. This obligation to help the needy extends to the monetary, spiritual, emotional and of course, medical realms.
NEWS
July 6, 2007
A majority of members of the House of Representative have now signed on as co-sponsors of the resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide, introduced by Congressman Adam Schiff. Schiff's resolution, introduced Jan. 30, now has 218 sponsors, out of 435 House members. The issue of whether the U.S. extends official recognition to the death of a estimated 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Turkish empire has been debated since the days of the Truman administration, and has always been blocked by the influence of Turkey.
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By: | September 17, 2005
1. Which first lady spoke in Newport Beach last week? A. Hillary Clinton B. Barbara Bush C. Laura Bush D. Libby Pataki 2. What kind of animal has been keeping residents of Newport Harbor up at night? A. Great white sharks B. Teenagers C. Sea lions D. Crows 3. Which car dealership gave $100,000 to the Newport Beach centennial celebration? A. Theodore Robbins Ford B. Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz C. Newport Lexus D. South Coast Toyota 4. Newport Beach resident Don DuBois won what award recently?
NEWS
September 17, 2004
Things you have to believe to be a Republican today: A president lying about an extramarital affair is an impeachable offense, but a president lying to enlist support for a war in which thousands die is solid defense policy; Providing health care to all Iraqis is sound policy, but providing health care to all Americans is socialism; The best way to improve military morale is to praise the troops in speeches while slashing veterans' benefits...
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