EPA's war on property rights Daily Caller By Paul H. Jossey "War," as political metaphor, is most often a tasteless accessory that demeans the term to those who have actually experienced it ("war on poverty," "war on drugs"). But to the extent it connotes a full-fledged attempt to subjugate a ... See all stories on this topic »
Why Wall Street loves the War on Drugs San Francisco Bay Guardian Here's what make it worse: I don't think anyone at Goldman Sachs talked to the White House about this, but the 1 percent clearly have a lot to gain from the drug war. And it has nothing to do withdrugs. Let's be logical here. There's only one possible ... See all stories on this topic »
Cited on numerous occasions for his work in the areas of both social reform and civic philanthropy, Judge James P. Gray currently presides over the civil trial calendar for the Superior Court of Orange County.
Judge Gray was appointed to the Santa Ana Municipal Court in 1983 by Governor George Deukmejian, and in 1989, Deukmejian elevated Gray to his post with the Superior Court.
Throughout his 29-year career within the legal and judicial community, Jim Gray has not only donated hundreds of hours of volunteer time to existing community service-oriented activities, he also has created and implemented a number of innovative programs of his own, each one a success story in itself.