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Register will Move to Anaheim in 2017

OC Register Headquarters

After 111 years, the Register will move its headquarters and editorial offices to Anaheim, just south of Angels Stadium off the 57 freeway.  The paper will continue to be published in Santa Ana but will eventually be printed at the chain’s press based in Riverside County. Here’s some details from the Register itself: “The Register’s…

Anaheim’s Strange Political Bedfellows

Jon Fleischman

As the 2016 city elections approach, Anaheim remains a fascinating case study of strange political bedfellows that somehow create unusual informal alliances. TheLiberalOC has spoken with three sources on the condition of anonymity regarding the campaign of Mark Lopez, a staffer for County Supervisor Shawn Nelson, who is running as a Republican in District 5…

CATER still not IRS Compliant

Letter from IRS stating no form 990 on file for CATER

Just how long does it take for a non-profit to get approved for non-profit status with the IRS?  If you’re talking about the Coalition of Anaheim Taxpayers for Economic Responsibility, otherwise known as CATER, the answer is more than a year (the photo is last year’s letter; this year’s update was via a phone call made…

Brandman endorsed by Loretta Sanchez and Tom Daly for Re-election to Anaheim City Council

US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) with Anaheim council member Jordan Brandman in Costa Mesa

Anaheim council member Jordan Brandman has filed his nomination signatures for re-election to the Anaheim City Council a week after securing several high profile labor union endorsements.  Brandman announced in an email fundraising pitch that he has been endorsed by Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CD-46) and State Assemblyman and former Anaheim Mayor Tom Daly (AD-69) for…

California Needs High Speed Rail

Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood talk about high speed rail expansion while traveling from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia, PA on an Amtrak Acela train, February 7, 2011. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)

It’s a holiday weekend and the highways will be jammed and the airports full.  Enjoy that middle seat in coach.  After experiencing the joy of traveling via high speed rail in Europe last week, I’d just like to know why its taking so long in California. We’re warned about long lines and spotty service of…