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A New Voice in Orange County

H/T to Peggy Lowe over at the Register. A New Online Investigative News Site Coming to Orange County. A group of Orange County Democratic and liberal leaders will soon launch a non-profit online news site dedicated to “real-time investigative coverage” in three languages. Spearheaded by former state Sen. Joe Dunn, a Democrat from central Orange…

Lorri Galloway’s in the Race for 4th District Supes

Anaheim city council member Lorri Galloway made it official today’ she’s in the race for 4th District Supervisor to replace termed-out Chris Norby.  Galloway brings tremendous energy, ideas and enthusiasm to the race.  She joins Rose Espinoza as an officially announced candidate and the expectation is former Anaheim Mayor Tom Daly is going to run…

Quang Pham Supported by Man Who Harbored Pedophile Priests

After Van Tran’s attempt to obstruct a police investigation, I began to wonder, are the Republican candidates intentionally trying to help Loretta Sanchez win re-election. Not that she needed any help, but after the latest thing I learned, I am a little worried she is going to have to claim these missteps by her Republican…

John MacMurray to Run for Duvall’s Assembly Seat

Democrat John MacMurray has thrown his hat into the state electoral ring for Mike “Spanky” Duvall‘s Assembly District #72 seat by declaring in an email: “When John ran against former Assemblymember Duvall in 2008, John’s campaign’s motto and challenge was, ‘Bring Back Responsible Government.’ Over 65,000 people accepted the challenge, including enough voters from other…

Republican Obstruction Screws Over Local Governments Again

California Senate Republicans, with the exception of Senator Abel Maldonado, blocked passage of SB 65, the legislation necessary to facilitate the ability of local governments to finance the loss of funding due to the implementation of Prop 1A in order to “balance” the state budget. Again, the Republicans in the Senate placed partisan bickeing over…

The Spanking of Duvall

It’s Monday, the legislative session is “completed,” and “Open Mike” Duvall is still getting spanked by columnists around the state. I’ve gathered a few of them together to make your Monday morning more entertaining. Politics and sexual deviants Don’t look now, but the two are intersecting all over the place. Martin Wisckol Columnist: The Buzz…

Public Meetings Set For 405 Improvement Project

The public is invited to provide input on issues related to the proposed alternatives ORANGE – Residents and commuters are invited to a series of scoping meetings to learn about the San Diego Freeway (I-405) improvement project and provide comments on issues related to the proposed alternatives. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in partnership…