Tag Archive for (CATER)

Greg Diamond doesn’t speak for me

I had a half dozen texts on my phone this morning when I got up for bootcamp all pointing to an editorial by Greg Diamond over at The Orange Juice Blog.  Greg’s running out of material that he needs to take offense to posts written here.  Let’s make a few things clear: Greg Diamond doesn’t…

Anaheim’s Strange Political Bedfellows

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…

The OJ Seat on the Anaheim City Council

Donna Acevedo-Nelson received 92% of the vote for the DPOC endorsement for Anaheim’s District 5 city council race at the Party’s August endorsement meeting, largely because she’s the only Democrat on the ballot. She’s also the wife on OrangeJuice Blog publisher Vern Nelson and fellow blogger Greg Diamond spoke of “twisting her arm” at the…

CATER still not IRS Compliant

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…

CATER’S Form 990 still not on file with IRS

In August, we published this post that showed the folks who run CATER (the Coalition of Anaheim Taxpayers for Economic Responsibility) hadn’t filed their Form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service. It’s been about five full months since this story and we checked in with the IRS today only to discover that’s still no Form…