Hearing the words, “Hate feels so good,” is shocking in itself. But hearing those words uttered by a former neo-nazi skinhead turned equality and human rights advocate is a stunner.
To understand how a white supremacist is created, and how a racist bigot can find his humanity, check out Frank Meeink and his book “Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead.”
The beach, the sunsets, the surf. Whether experienced at the end of a short drive from home or work, or as a special reward on a much deserved vacation, the 2013 VW Beetle Turbo Convertible makes this, and so much more, not only possible but easy to achieve.
In the shadow and spirit of nearby Hollywood, NASCAR could not have scripted a more dramatic conclusion to the 2013 Auto Club 400. The scene was Auto Club Speedway in Fontana – a two-mile, very wide, high-speed, D-shaped oval track. The stars of NASCAR were there and eager to race. The weather was picture perfect as the fans settled into their seats for 200 laps of what would perhaps be the most exciting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race ever at Auto Club Speedway.
When last we left off, I was crowing about San Dieguito’s willingness to comply with the proposed legislation in Assembly Bill 182 that restricts how bonds are issued.
As the saying goes, in a police chase you can’t outrun a radio. Combine the use of radios with the thorough emergency vehicle and pursuit training that police officers and deputies receive, and you’ll see that lawbreakers really don’t have much of a chance to get away. This installment of AutoMatters will reveal some of what they would be up against, courtesy of the San Diego Police Department.
New rules and restrictions make school district finance options for bonds seem more like bondage.
It has been a long time – too long, since I’ve driven a sportscar that I wanted to keep driving just for the sheer joy of driving it. Last night I experienced that feeling again when I was behind the wheel of the 2013 Scion FR-S.
The first project at Canyon Crest Academy using newly-approved bond money will take place this summer, to pay for athletic fields and stadium work. Over the next two years, more field and stadium work will be done, costing $20 million.
Believe it or not, Ford’s Mustang will turn 50 years old next year! How can it be that nearly 50 years have passed since I first saw, and longed for, a Mustang of my own? It would take many years before that happened, but happen it did. I’ve owned and enjoyed two Mustangs – an ’88 LX hatchback and my current 2011 GT.
Even after the passage of California’s Proposition 30, which raises taxes primarily for education, the San Dieguito Union High School District still faces a financial crisis.