Tag Archive for Jennifer Muir

OC’s Muir and Perez join California’s Labor Federation Executive Board

Julio Perez (Photo: Chris Prevatt)

    The executive board of the California Labor Federation, which represents more than 2.1 million workers statewide, voted this week to appoint two Orange County labor leaders to its ranks.  Jennifer Muir, General Manager for the Orange County Employees Association, and Julio Perez, Executive Director for the Orange County Labor Federation were appointed during…

Gun Violence is a Conservative Problem, Not a Liberal One

Sarah Palin with Assault Rifle

I meant to get to this post much sooner.  Two Saturday’s ago, the Register’s relocate Libertarian/Christian columnist Mark Landsbaum went after progressives/liberals/leftists in a big way with this column.  Here’s a taste: “Fortunately, after bullying, lying and otherwise contriving themselves into power, self-anointed progressive benefactors’ claims of a better day ahead often are recognized for…

Costa Mesa Smack Down?

Councilman Jim Righeimer - Costa Mesa, Photo: Chris Prevatt

In what may be the most under-publicized event of its kind in recent memory, the League of Women Voters of Orange County will host a panel discussion this Friday at noon on the subject of Costa Mesa’s restructuring.

Costa Mesa: Sometimes little things reveal hidden truths

RigheimerBadge1

I’m not sure that pointing out the excess of ceremonial badges is a distraction from the budget issues facing Costa Mesa. Rather, it seems to focus a “ruby” red laser on the arrogance and privileged attitude of these so called budget eagles. And given Mensinger’s personal record of allegedly throwing his weight and Reserve Sheriff’s Badge around…

Did Galloway really think nobody would notice?

Fourth District Supervisor candidate Lorri Galloway has reported a payment of $850 to the same property management company that she was renting her home from. “Galloway said the payment was not for rent for her personal living quarters — it was for her campaign headquarters, which was on the same property.