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Vote for Me

I haven’t run for office since I was elected student council president at my high school in Upstate New York. I was a homeowner’s association president for eight years, but there was hardly any sort of campaigning in mind. I’m running again. I am a candidate to be a delegate representing Senator Hillary Clinton for…

Janet, The Protesters and Pedroza

While awaiting Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s response to my email of earlier today I stumbled across some interesting stuff by Martin Wicksol at the Total Buzz that appears to contradict Art Pedroza’s statement regarding the protesters.  You may recall that Pedroza claimed to have spoken to Janet about the protesters and “she is not supporting them”.  Wicksol’s…

Vote for Me, Too!

OK, OK. Now that Dan’s written his personal plea, it’s time for me to get on my hands and knees as well. In case you forgot, I’m running to be a DNC Delegate for Hillary Clinton in the 47th Congressional District (Loretta Sanchez). The district covers most of Santa Ana, as well as parts of…

UPDATE on Garden Grove’s Controversial Downtown Condo Project

Remember when I told you in February about the controversial condo project in the works in Downtown Garden Grove? Well, some interesting things have been happening since late February. I just got an update in my inbox from Save Historic Main Street. Here’s what’s been happening since the last time we checked in. Regarding the…

When Will Janet Condemn Thuggery?

In recent years we have seen the same story play out time and again.  Same players, different places.  Hi Tek Video, Irvine Valley College, USC and Nguoi Viet Daily News.  In each of these instances, protesters, in the name of anti-communism, have used bullying and intimidation tactics in an attempt to further their political agenda.  In…

What Do YOU Think Should Be Done About the Education Budget?

“Budget cuts should not punish students and the future of this state,” Kaitlyn Spore, student representative to the district Board of Education and a Mission Viejo High senior, told the crowd. “It is our hope that we can send a strong message to the governor that education must be a priority.” Last night, some 4,000…