Mimosas on the Terrace
Party like it's 1935.
Why are conservatives so in love with people who want to destroy our nation's financial system? This year's CPAC was another fiasco, top to bottom.
Forescee Hogan-Rowles comes off as completely beholden to sponsors when she insists that Councilman Bernard Parks' relationship to the Police Department and the DWP and does not serve the interest of his constituents. Hogan-Rowles is almost entirely a union-sponsored candidate; she's also a former commissioner on the DWP board.
On February 27, Archbishop Jose Gomez will succeed Cardinal Roger Mahoney. The Times interviews him. "The Gospel is both conservative and liberal," he says.
Some ugly billboards in Councilman Jose Huizar's district that face Glendale commuters on the 134 and the 2 have the mayor of Glendale steamed. Both men serve on the MTA Board.
SF Chief of Police is accused of having a smouldering affair with a cadet, it appears.
Good "melting down, bi-polar rants" at the radioactive Doggblog. That's what he calls them. I call them ordinary citizenship; it's the City that's bi-polar.
The Special Olympics people are raffling off a house in Studio City. Tickets are $150; the house is worth $2.2 million. It's cheaper than a foreclosure attorney.