Churches frontman Caleb Nichols’ early childhood in Los Osos was tolerable, but when he entered middle school, his life became a living hell. Maybe it was the geeky “Lion King” T-shirt he wore, his ear piercing or the Breeders patch on his backpack. But his classmates bullied him, Nichols says, “and had all these superfluous reasons that I was gay, which turned out to be true later. Read More
Mark Fitzgibbons, an Examiner oped contributor and president for corporate and legal affairs of American Target Advertising, Inc., has launched an important new blog, CharityRegulatorWatch.com, that is a rarity on the Right side of the Blogosphere. Read More
With desperate times calling for desperate measures, hard-up burglars are looting churches in San Francisco at an alarming rate, police said.
A staggering trend of unholy heists has particularly struck The City’s southwestern neighborhoods, where nearly a dozen burglaries at six churches were reported between mid-August and mid-September, said Lt. Jerry DeFilippo, head of investigations at the Taraval Police Station. Read More
Recently, we saw that the SEIU held a 500 person protest at the home of a bank executive, while his 14-year-old son was home alone, afraid and barricaded in the bathroom. (See my column today for more on that.) But via Big Government, here’s another contender for most inappropriate union protest. Read More