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State Budget – Work Those Phones!

As you are reading this, our worthy compatriots are working the phones to Sacramento to tell our electeds that they support  Freddie Krueger’s budget which will leave our government in  useless shreds.    Our worthy compatriots are very good at this – they are mobilized and reminded by talk radio and their websites.  Call these…

Yoo Don’t Want to Do This

Torture counsel John Yoo is now “teaches” at Chapman Law School.  I’m not going to take a soapbox and rail against Chapman Law School for employing him because Chapman is in the education business, and quite frankly, both students and faculty can be educated.  I know there are many at Chapman who work hard to…

Moderated Comments

As I scan the OC blogsphere, a persistent theme pops up that we (The editors at TheLiberalOC.com) delete comments we don’t agree with.  That’s simply not true.  All comments generally go into moderation.  If you’re comment doesn’t pop up that instant simply means one of us hasn’t gotten to it in order to approve it.…

Berardino & Moorlach on the Layoffs

Below is a message that OCEA’s General Manager Nick Berardino sent out on Tuesday afternoon. On Friday I had the opportunity to debate Supervisor Moorlach. If you click on the video below you can see the debate. It only lasts 10 minutes but I encourage you to watch. I think it is very important that you see…

OC Budget Coalition Town Hall to Discuss CA Budget Woes Friday

Orange County State Legislators are invited and attending a critical budget forum in Garden Grove on Friday, February 13th, 2009 with the community of Orange County to expose the devastation the proposed cuts will have on people with disabilities, elderly, and the people that serve them. Experts and recipients of human services, unemployment, housing, and education give testimony to these vital issues that could be cut or lost if the Governors budget proposal gets passed.

Judge Rules: Moorlach’s Case “Has No Merit!”

The judge, Helen Bendix, in the case that Mooolach’s “Nutty Professor” Mario Mainero said was a sure bet to reep in hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for the County by overturning the retroactive portion of the 3% at 50 pension benefit for sheriff’s deputies has ruled… THE CASE HAS NO MERIT! Norberto Santana…

Ruling Expected Today On Sheriff’s Pension Case

I’m hearing that the judge in the case brought by The County of Orange to reverse Sheriff’s the 3% at 50 pensions will render a decision on the merits of the case today. We’re taking bets on whether Moorlach’s Folly will pay, or become a mult-million dollar rabbit hole. I’m betting on the rabbit hole.