Monthly Archives: July 2015

Vaccine Bill – SB 277 and How it Can Affect You

by Diane Hawkins Summers I just spent the whole day June 9th in Sacramento witnessing the California’s Assembly Health Committee’s public meeting and vote concerning the new children’s vaccine bill. Let’s start with the morning rally. I would estimate the … Continue reading

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City Removes Mural Amidst Controversy

by Rick Mercurio Escondido city officials abruptly demanded the removal of a student-created mural from a private art gallery wall last September. The power of the city to dictate the placement of art on private property, and the manner in … Continue reading

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GSA Clubs Having Positive Effect in Local Schools

by Rebecca Marte              GSA stands for Gay Straight Alliance. GSA is a club that is starting to form at many high schools and even a few middle schools. One GSA that stands out is at Orange Glen High School. … Continue reading

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Dumanis is Selling Out Our Kids

by Erubey Lopez On November 4, 2014, California Voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 47, by 59% to 40% vote. Proposition 47, also known as the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act, redefined some nonviolent offenses as misdemeanors, rather than felonies. Because of the … Continue reading

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Dumanis Vende a Nuestros

por Erubey Lopez El 4 de noviembre de 2014, los votantes de California aprobaron la Proposición 47, un 59% a un 40% de votos. La Proposición 47, también conocido como “Vecindarios y Escuelas Seguras “, redefinió algunos delitos no violentos … Continue reading

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De Los Editores – July

Ha sido un mes interesante. Los tres artículos de Alianza sobre el tema de las escuelas privadas en Escondido fueron recurrentes en Google. También fueron re-impresos por el periódico San Diego Free Press. Seguimos nuestra cobertura sobre la religión y … Continue reading

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La ciudad quita mural en medio de controversia

por Rick Mercurio Los funcionarios de la ciudad de Escondido precipitadamente exigieron el retiro de un mural creado por estudiantes de una pared de la galería de arte privada el septiembre pasado. El poder de la ciudad de dictar la … Continue reading

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Clubes GSA tienen un efecto Clubes GSA tienen efecto positivo en nuestras escuelas locales

por Rebecca Marte GSA significa Gay Straight Alliance, o Alianza Gay-Heterosexual. GSA es una organización que se esta formando en muchas preparatorias y unas cuantas escuelas secundarias. Una organización que resalta es la de Orange Glen High School. En el … Continue reading

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Faith’s Corner – The Invisible Ones

Recently we showed the movie, McFarland, USA at our Church. It’s based on the true story of Coach Jim White and the remarkable team of boys that became cross-country champions. It’s 1987. Coach White reluctantly arrives in the economically depressed … Continue reading

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