Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt (FUD) is standard for the paranoid style in politics. Everybody wants to slice and dice the electorate definitions so as to favor their agenda. This is probably as […]
Mike Chamness, Wascally Wadical, interviewed by Greg Foisie and Ana Orozco
SOC 454 – Sociological Perspectives on Earth in Crisis – Winter 2015 California State University Los Angeles For Dr. Talcott by Ana Orozco, Erik Khachaturyan, and Greg Foisie SOC 454 – Winter […]
Who not to vote for in the June 5th Neighborhood Council Election.
This race has intensified this year, with what might appear to be a few factions circulating their own voting recommendations. Have no illusions that the largest issue driving this is the development […]
Hard Times in Venice for Mayoral Candidate Jan Perry
By Anne Alvarez Jan Perry, 9th District councilperson and mayoral candidate, caused a stir when she attended the November 15 Venice Neighborhood Council (VNC) meeting. She was greeted by local residents, who […]
City May Be Growing Tired of Neighborhood Council Experiment
By Jim Smith Could this be the beginning of the end of “grassroots” democracy. First, the city threatened to cut off the money it doles out to its 95 certified neighborhood councils. […]
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