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February 27, 2009
A year or so ago a dear friend of mine, Ted Hayes, the homeless activist from Los Angeles whom many may know as the man who created the successful Dome Village, asked me to get him in touch with our City Council so he may offer his assistance with our homeless situation. Hayes has been a guest in my home many times, and my family and I have participated in several of his marches and rallies. Ted and I even shared a stage at the Nixon Library where we both gave speeches in the early presidential campaign.
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January 12, 2007
Eileen Garcia didn't plan to spend her retirement this way, but, nonetheless, she has become a thorn in the side of the city of Laguna Beach, which she contends is misusing taxpayers' money by running the controversial day labor center. The Laguna Beach resident, who is a well-known anti-illegal immigration activist and member of the controversial Minuteman Project group, recently agreed to an interview with Coastline Pilot Editor Tony Dodero to discuss what is driving her on this crusade and why she believes the press and some members of the public have painted an inaccurate picture of her and those who believe in her cause First things first, tell us about yourself.
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February 27, 2009
A year or so ago a dear friend of mine, Ted Hayes, the homeless activist from Los Angeles whom many may know as the man who created the successful Dome Village, asked me to get him in touch with our City Council so he may offer his assistance with our homeless situation. Hayes has been a guest in my home many times, and my family and I have participated in several of his marches and rallies. Ted and I even shared a stage at the Nixon Library where we both gave speeches in the early presidential campaign.
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