In 1932, as the Great Depression took hold and once-proud Americans were reduced to begging, Bing Crosby recorded a song called “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” It became a hit, even […]
By Jim Tortolano Are you tired of every new film being parsed through the lens of its real or imagined political, cultural and racial implications? “Green Book,” a marvelous movie, was condemned […]
It’s finally dry outside, so now’s your chance to have a little fun. Take off your boots and raincoat and live a little.
“We will not walk in fear, one of another. We will not be driven by fear into an age of unreason, if we dig deep in our history and our doctrine, and remember […]
By Jim Tortolano Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear judicial robes. That’s the main focus of “On the Basis of Sex,” the film biography and hagiography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the […]
By Jessica Peralta Thirty-nine Rio Hondo College Police Academy recruits ended their police training in early January by honoring a Westminster Police Department fallen officer during a four-mile memorial run throughout the […]
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The nation’s attention has been focused on a wall or fence on the U.S.-Mexico border, but there are other barrier issues that might have a more local application. Garden Grove and Westminster […]
By Daniel Langhorne Santa Claus gave his reindeer the day off a couple of Sundays ago and hitched a ride aboard West County SWAT’s BearCat armored vehicle to the Westminster Police Officers’ […]
By Lou Ponsi DUI checkpoints staged on Orange County roadways are similar, regardless of the law enforcement agency running them. Well-lit signs alert drivers of the approaching checkpoint as vehicles are generally […]