Tag Archive for Irvine

Legendary UCLA Basketball Coach John Wooden Dies

The greatest basketball coach in history is gone. UCLA’s John Wooden has died at 99.  I had the pleasure of introducing Coach Wooden at a sales meeting for a technology company I worked for in Irvine.  He discussed his pillars of success and it was as inspirational a speech as anything Ive ever heard.  Since…

Allies of Jerry Amante use Liberal OC’s Report of Steven Choi’s Carpetbagging to Call for a Criminal Complaint for Election Fraud

A Liberal OC post about Irvine Council member Steven Choi’s residency in AD-70 is repeatedly referenced in a request for an investigation into charges of election/voter fraud filed by Tustin council member Jerry Amante’s pal Doug Davert. You can read about the entire complaint by going to Internet Truth Squad’s website and despite it’s claim they’ve been outing corruption since 2004, the Choi complaint is the only item you can read about

May 16 Fundraiser for Rep. Loretta Sanchez in Irvine

Let’s honor the best member of the Orange County congressional delegrate that actually brings federal money to CD-48 when our own Congressman won’t.  Rep. Loretta Sanchez will be honored at a May 16 fundraiser in Irvine and I’m on the host committee welcoming the Congresswoman to the City John Campbell forgot.  There’s a decided high…

My Last Team

Since I moved to Orange County 13 years ago, I have been involved with both of my children’s endeavors in a number of ways.  I have done the PTA thing and served a variety of cub scout leadership capacities including Den Leader and Cubmaster.  The most frequent activity is coaching.  I have been a head…

Orange County Support for Proposition 15 California Fair Elections Act

Since 2000, over $1 billion has been raised by California politicians, buying special interests unprecedented access but shutting out the rest of us. That’s why polls show nearly three out of four voters want to change the way elections in California are financed. “The California Fair Elections Act will be a big win for California’s citizens,” said Irvine Mayor Pro Tem Larry Agran. “In the seven states that have fair elections systems, legislators were able to pass good laws to benefit their constituents instead of spending half their time raising money for the next campaign. The California Fair Elections Act will put Sacramento back to work for California.”