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County Pension Reform Legislation Moves Out of Committee

Senate Bill SB752 was heard this morning in the Assembly Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security Committee. The legislation will enable a second-tier pension option for new and existing Orange County employees that was negotiated as part of the new contract agreements for county workers represented by the Orange County Employee’s Association. The option is expected…

Bill O’Reilly – The Very Definition of Inciting Terrorism

The Patriot Act defines Domestic Terrorism as: (5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that—       (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;       (B) appear to be intended—           (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;          …

OC Supervisor Perks: Cushy Jobs for Friends and Family

We’ve been following the perks that OC Supervisors get at taxpayer expense for a while now. One of those perks we haven’t covered in much detail is the practice of handing out cushy management jobs to their former staff members. The ability to appoint their friends to high paid management level county jobs in their district offices isn’t unusual…

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.

The TRUTH Will Be Publicized

  It seems that whenever the Board of Supervisors, Tom Mauk, or his executive management team, get backed into a corner on something, rather than admit they’re wrong, they resort to lies and scare tactics. This last week was just one more demonstration of that reality. Below is the email message that Orange County Employees…

Sometimes they just write it for me…

Wednesday evening I came across this headline on OCRegister.com: County managers take $4.4 million in cash perk. Register investigative reporter Tony Saavedra dug up the dirt on the $4,500 optional benefit perk County Managers get. It appears that the management perk intended to pay for education and career improvement courses is instead being used as a…