Dan Chmielewski

AD-73 Candidate Bill Brough Facing Foreclosure

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In 2012, we were criticized for going after AD-69 candidates Michele Martinez and Julio Perez for disclosing their then terrible personal financial failings that would cause voters to question whether they’d be a good steward of taxpayer dollars in Sacramento as a member of the state assembly.  Both are Democrats.  Primary voters decided “no” to…

Hypocrite Ed Royce Tips Hat to 9/11 First Responders; Forgot He Voted Against 9/11 First Responders Bill

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Facebook is the gift that keeps giving.  Congressman Ed Royce (R-Fullerton) shared a graphic with a quote from former President George W. Bush on this 13th anniversary of the worst attack on American soil while Republicans held power in the White House and both Houses of Congress “honoring” first responders; it’s the image that leads…

9/11 Should be Seen Through Benghazi Colored Glasses

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It’s the 13th anniversary of the Attack on America by Al Qaeda Terrorists, and it’s a solemn day especially for the families and friends of those killed by the terrorists and those first responders who lost their lives or suffered injuries aiding the victims. I’ll remember 9/11 as a moment where we came together as…

OCDA: Webster Guillory Charged with Filing False Nomination Papers for June Primary

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The Orange County District Attorney has charged Orange County Assessor Webster Guillory with filing false nomination papers in a re-election bid for County Assessor in the March 2014 Orange County primary election. Webster James Guillory, 70, Newport Beach, is charged with three felony counts of filing false nomination papers and faces a possible sentence ranging from probation up to four years and four months in jail if convicted.

Is Nevada’s Tesla Plant Win a Lesson for California?

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In the first and only debate for Governor, Republican Neel Kashkari attempted to pound Governor Jerry Brown over the head with the loss of the Tesla Battery Plant, and the 6,500 jobs it would bring, to Nevada.  The charge was to highlight how tough it is for business to flourish in California.  In Sunday’s Daily…