Daily Archives: May 25, 2013

San Diego Political Podcast

This time we recorded at Polite Provision … this place is very cool … it have a European vibe … I half expect James Joyce of Ernest Hemingway to come stumbling in … they make their own soda and fancy craft cocktails …

I got say I worried they would be very expensive but no … decent prices … 5 – 9 for a cocktail type of prices … I had a fancy soda that they make themselves … 2 bucks … Lots of light … cool tables… I this place is going to last. I hope at lest.

I met up with Dan Gilleon … he’s a San Diego lawyer … mostly he does civil litigation.. that means he sues people for stuff … we talked about the twerking debacle .. I wanted to talk about what kind of liability the San Diego Unified School District is potentially facing if the parents of the suspended students start to sue all at the same time … 32 students now have to say they were suspended for “Sexual Harassment” .. The ACLU got involved … think about how much this is going to cost to defend? Where’s that money come from?

Of course we talked about other stuff too … he had some fun stories …

Polite Provisions 30th and Adams … classy joint and cool people … lots of mustaches, vests, and cocktails

And as always if you have an opinion you want to share on the Political Podcast call me … leave a message … we may play it and respond 619-663-4531

Call leave a message … ask a question … From Polite Provision on the South-West corner of 30th and Adams

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Tijuana cartel leader pleads guilty

Tijuana cartel leader pleads guilty


SAN DIEGO — One of four brothers who ran Tijuana’s notorious Arellano Felix drug cartel for nearly 20 years pleaded guilty in San Diego Friday to federal charges of conspiracy to launder money and conspiracy to invest illicit drug proceeds.

Eduardo Arellano Felix, 56, faces a maximum of 15 years in prison when he is sentenced Aug. 19.

“I’m proud to say this is the end of an era,” said U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy. “When this ruthless cartel was thriving in the 1990s, we made what some considered an audacious and impossible commitment to wipe out the organization. Today, we can say we have done just that.”

U.S. District Court Judge Larry Burns told the defendant that he would be deported to Mexico once he serves his time in a U.S. prison. He also agreed to forfeit up to $50 million in money and other assets obtained through illegal drug…

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Anchorman 2 films in San Diego

Anchorman 2 films in San Diego


[trib_ndn vid=24843210]SAN DIEGO – Hundreds of San Diegans starred alongside Will Ferrell in Friday’s filming of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.

Production crews took over parts of SeaWorld, where Ferrell, starring as Ron Burgundy, was shooting scenes for the sequel.

Will FerrellMedia members weren’t allowed on SeaWorld property, but Fox 5 did get a behind-the-scenes look at the movie from fans inside the park. Shortly after filming got underway, they were posting photos to social media sites like Twitter and Instagram.

During a recent casting call in Mission Valley, hundreds of locals were chosen as extras for the movie. Friday they spent much of the day shooting scenes at SeaWorld’s dolphin stadium.

Corey Wilcox, an extra, said the experience was well worth the long day.

“I think the most exciting thing for me,” said Wilcox. “Is just to see how they put it all together and do the final edit of…

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