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  • Commentary: Red light camera ban not a red herring

    One thing I have learned in politics is that you can never predict who will oppose an idea until it's proposed.
  • Mesa Musings: Man bites dog on campus? 'Zounds!'

    A sight stopped me in my tracks during my morning walk last Wednesday. The spectacle took me back to my 37-year career as community relations director at Orange Coast College. Somewhat like Jay Carney, the White House spokesman, I served as OCC's...

    City Life: Nursing an investment in Newport-Mesa district

    Voters decided Nov. 2 that 30 years of Judy Franco on the school board was not enough, but that four years of Michael Collier was too many. The reason could be that Franco has had 30 years to establish a solid voting base to which she caters and supports...

    My Pet World: Humane approaches to feral cats

    A recently released report from the University of Nebraska Extension, called "Feral Cats and Their Management," actually endorses catching feral cats in barbaric traps, and also whipping out a gun to shoot unwanted cats. I concede that feral cats are...

    Mesa Musings: Tough editor became patient professor

    Mesa Musings: Tough editor became patient professor
    When Orange Coast College hired Tom Murphine in 1985 as a journalism professor, I winced. He'll scare students away! I'd seen "Murph" at work in the Daily Pilot newsroom. With rolled up sleeves, a no-nonsense demeanor and smoldering pipe jutting from...