"The Old Gray Hag on Spring Street"
Count me as one of the remaining few east of the Los Angeles River, who's daily ritual begins with a morning walk to the corner store to purchase my kitty box liner of choice, the ever-thinning "Old Gray Hag", errrr, Los Angeles Times.
Seeking to maintain a "journalistic balance" of old print news, counter by new media with bloggin up to date content, I scan through the vertical columns of newsprint to find the Old Gray Hag's take on Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti "flip-flop antics" yesterday at City Hall. The same waffling that Ron Kaye gave the "TSA treatment to" yesterday in feeling out the details
Now back to the internet ...............
KRLA Talk Radio Host Kevin James continues his interviews with candidates in the March 2011 Elections. His latest is with CD 12 City Council Candidate Kelly Lord
, who is one of many seeking to pervent "Policeman Mitch Englander" from buying his way into the horseshoe. You can listen to Lord's interview by linking here
Councilman Tom LaBonge, who once told KPCC’s Frank Stoltze he smoked weed as a young man, questioned whether the medical marijuana measure would tax bongs “or whatever they’re called.”
One too many "hits" on the field of play for LaBong(e)? CD 4 voters need to know.
** Now a bloggin intervention on the behalf of Political Consultant and now Councilman Jose Huizar Campaign Manager Michael Trujillo. In his own words.
"We are pretty positive that we have over 65 per cent of the votes in the city," Trujillo revealed. This measure only needs a 50-per cent vote. "I will go on record by stating right now, that if we lose Measure B, I will never work in a political campaign in my life," Trujillo promised.
Mike, men of faith keep their word.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: "OLD GRAY HAG ON SPRING STREET", Kelly Lord, mayor antonio villaraigosa, michael trujillo, Prop 20, The City Maven, Tom LeBong