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May 20, 2004
S.J. CAHN During the primary elections earlier this year, much was made in this column and elsewhere in the Pilot about the unprecedented glut of political mailers. There were accusations of "secret deals" and the condemnation of one by Rep. Chris Cox. Hundreds of thousands of dollars went into campaign literature and postage for just the 70th District Assembly race, according to candidate financial statements at the Secretary of State's office.
NEWS
January 21, 2005
Alicia Robinson Had President Bush ventured to Ed Tawil's house Thursday night, he would have faced a tough crowd. Tawil hosted an "unauguration" party, where about 20 local Democrats ate falafel and hors d'oeuvres, sipped drinks and planned how to fix what they believe is a broken government. Sure, there were a few jovially disgruntled guests who dislike the president -- "Where do we sign the petition to recall that guy Bush?" joked one man when he came in. But the party was organized at the behest of Democracy for America -- the outgrowth of former presidential candidate Howard Dean's grass-roots support group -- and some of the guests are looking ahead to better times.
NEWS
February 16, 2004
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Daily Pilot, 330 W. Bay St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627; by e-mail to luis.pena@latimes.com; by fax to (949) 646-4170; or by calling (949) 574-4298. Include the time, date and location of the event, as well as a contact phone number. TODAY Mother's Market will host a free cardiovision and cardiovascular screening from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the vitamin department. The market is at 225 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa. Information and reservations: (949)
NEWS
January 29, 2004
JOSEPH N. BELL I watched Howard Dean's concession performance after the Iowa caucus. Not the sound bytes repeated endlessly afterward. I'm talking about the whole thing, beginning to end. The setting. The nature of the audience. The emotional environment. The obvious frustration. Dean had just been pushed into third place in a popularity contest that he had been heavily favored to win a few days earlier. This jolt came after two weeks of relentless acrimonious attacks on him from every position on the political spectrum.
NEWS
January 21, 2004
Alicia Robinson If you ask local Democrats, Monday's Iowa caucus didn't go far toward determining who will get their party's nomination to face President Bush in the November election. "I was quite surprised that [Massachusetts Sen. John] Kerry did as well as he did," said Carl Mariz, who is running for the 70th Assembly District seat now held by John Campbell. Mariz said he expected former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean to finish at least second in Iowa.
NEWS
January 31, 2004
Greenlight's influence must be dimmed In response to the "Tightening the Measure S loopholes" commentary that appeared Wednesday, I would like to point out to Rick Taylor and Phil Arst that the rights of the voters have not been taken away. To the contrary, we are getting a chance to have a say in the Marinapark Hotel project. The proponent of any project has the option of asking the City Council to place their proposal on the ballot and go straight to the voters.
NEWS
March 10, 2005
S.J. CAHN I came across a study this week that caught my eye, largely because our month-old website is still a main focus among editors in the newsroom. "The Internet and Campaign 2004: A Look Back at the Campaigners," by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, includes some pretty startling findings from the 2004 presidential race. Chief among them is the growth of the Internet as a primary source of news about the race for the White House.
NEWS
December 25, 2003
S.J. CAHN I'll trust everyone celebrating Christmas this morning has unwrapped their gifts well before unwrapping today's Pilot. Now that you're through that fun, and before any PlayStations or flat-screen TVs are assembled, maybe you're picking up the Pilot to see if anything of grand significance has happened in Newport-Mesa. How such thinking gets you here, I'll never know, but Merry Christmas, and here's what I wished for -- journalistically speaking -- from Santa: A bruising, nasty primary battle between Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and former Rep. Bob Dornan.
NEWS
February 17, 2004
Jenny Marder In November 2002, Roz Freeman heard Howard Dean's voice coming from a television in a neighboring room and was strangely drawn to it. "It was like, finally, someone was talking to me," the Huntington Beach resident said. "Here was someone who was a Democrat who was talking at last." Dean's antiwar stance, his proposed health care and education policies and his opposition to the Patriot Act attracted her to the former Vermont governor's presidential campaign and she's been an avid supporter ever since.
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NEWS
March 10, 2005
S.J. CAHN I came across a study this week that caught my eye, largely because our month-old website is still a main focus among editors in the newsroom. "The Internet and Campaign 2004: A Look Back at the Campaigners," by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, includes some pretty startling findings from the 2004 presidential race. Chief among them is the growth of the Internet as a primary source of news about the race for the White House.
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NEWS
January 21, 2005
Alicia Robinson Had President Bush ventured to Ed Tawil's house Thursday night, he would have faced a tough crowd. Tawil hosted an "unauguration" party, where about 20 local Democrats ate falafel and hors d'oeuvres, sipped drinks and planned how to fix what they believe is a broken government. Sure, there were a few jovially disgruntled guests who dislike the president -- "Where do we sign the petition to recall that guy Bush?" joked one man when he came in. But the party was organized at the behest of Democracy for America -- the outgrowth of former presidential candidate Howard Dean's grass-roots support group -- and some of the guests are looking ahead to better times.
NEWS
May 20, 2004
S.J. CAHN During the primary elections earlier this year, much was made in this column and elsewhere in the Pilot about the unprecedented glut of political mailers. There were accusations of "secret deals" and the condemnation of one by Rep. Chris Cox. Hundreds of thousands of dollars went into campaign literature and postage for just the 70th District Assembly race, according to candidate financial statements at the Secretary of State's office.
NEWS
February 17, 2004
Jenny Marder In November 2002, Roz Freeman heard Howard Dean's voice coming from a television in a neighboring room and was strangely drawn to it. "It was like, finally, someone was talking to me," the Huntington Beach resident said. "Here was someone who was a Democrat who was talking at last." Dean's antiwar stance, his proposed health care and education policies and his opposition to the Patriot Act attracted her to the former Vermont governor's presidential campaign and she's been an avid supporter ever since.
NEWS
February 16, 2004
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Daily Pilot, 330 W. Bay St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627; by e-mail to luis.pena@latimes.com; by fax to (949) 646-4170; or by calling (949) 574-4298. Include the time, date and location of the event, as well as a contact phone number. TODAY Mother's Market will host a free cardiovision and cardiovascular screening from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the vitamin department. The market is at 225 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa. Information and reservations: (949)
NEWS
January 31, 2004
Greenlight's influence must be dimmed In response to the "Tightening the Measure S loopholes" commentary that appeared Wednesday, I would like to point out to Rick Taylor and Phil Arst that the rights of the voters have not been taken away. To the contrary, we are getting a chance to have a say in the Marinapark Hotel project. The proponent of any project has the option of asking the City Council to place their proposal on the ballot and go straight to the voters.
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