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  • Group against 'Rule of Law'

    Group against 'Rule of Law'
    Surrounded by police, and standing in front of Santa Ana's processing center for people who have recently been arrested, about 100 people on Thursday protested Arizona's recent immigration law and Costa Mesa's resolution declaring itself a "Rule of Law"...
  • Fair use in voter hands

    Costa Mesa residents can help decide the future use of the fairgrounds Tuesday when they cast votes on Measure C, which would limit the land's use to being a fairgrounds and an exposition center. The roughly $130,000 measure, put on the state primary...
  • They are humans, too

    There were three of them: a school teacher, a local business leader and the head of a Costa Mesa nonprofit. They were Ed Fawcett, president and chief executive of the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, who was speaking out as a private citizen; Crissy...
  • Voting with their hearts, not minds

    I've never minded saying, "I told you so." It reminds readers that like the broken clock, which is right twice a day, once in awhile the recommendations in this column are sound. The latest case in point is the financial bungling of the Costa Mesa...
  • Sounding Off: City can't be so lax in business

    It's prudent to occasionally pick at the scab of previously settled issues, perhaps never more so than during difficult times. A city's growth strategy is one such issue. Steve Smith contends that Costa Mesa lacks a strategy "for long-term growth and...
  • Sounding Off: Mexican president casts stone in the U.S.

    President Obama recently invited Felipe Calderon, Mexico's president, to address a joint session of our Congress. During this speech he lambasted Arizona's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law as being racist and unfair. I don't know about you,...
  • Keeping it fair(grounds)

    Costa Mesa voters made the right choice Tuesday by approving a ballot measure that limits future uses of the Orange County Fairgrounds. Measure C restricts this Orange County treasure to its current use — as a fair and exposition center —...
  • Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza

    Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza
    Immigrant rights activists blocked traffic in front of South Coast Plaza Monday to protest against Costa Mesa's recent "Rule of Law" proclamation and to call for comprehensive immigration reform. A dozen protesters bound themselves with duct tape to...
  • More illegal immigrants can be caught, mayor says

    Although law enforcement has a new background-check system that examines the immigration status of everyone arrested countywide, authorities still have more ways to catch illegal immigrants, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor said Tuesday. "I was supportive...
  • Sounding Off: You must take care of yourself

    Louisiana orders the National Guard to build barriers against oil. Hey, wait a minute, isn't that a federal job? Isn't Louisiana doing essentially the same thing that Arizona is doing? Shouldn't the people of Louisiana just sit around and drown in...
  • 'Rule' offends state group

    Costa Mesa's "Rule of Law" proclamation against illegal immigration nearly cost a local hotel about $10,000 after members with the California State Employees Assn.'s Retiree Inc. almost canceled reservations for an upcoming conference, three sources...
  • Living on with 'Rule'

    Juan Garcia is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, but he doesn't concern himself with the Costa Mesa City Council's "Rule of Law" proclamation, which symbolically opposes people like him who live and work in the city. He is not alone. Nearly a dozen...