Tag Archive for Moorlach

About Community Clinic Funding

Just a quick note of encourage to four members of the Orange County Board of Supervisors about todays meeting. Dear Supervisors, I am writing today to encourage you to not support Supervisor Moorlach’s effort to remove community clinic funding from Planned Parenthood. First, the small $50,000 contract for immunization tracking is almost complete and terminating…

Moorlach – “Bible is greatest self-help financial book ever written”

Here are quotes from a 1998 Los Angeles Times interview with John Moorlach.  http://articles.latimes.com/1998/dec/19/local/me-5549  “The Bible is the greatest self-help financial book ever written.” “The Scriptural principles work, even if you’re not a Christian.” When talking about his personal frustrations when dealing with clients in his CPA practice, “It doesn’t make sense that there’s such…

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…

Children’s Immunizations Needling Supervisors

On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors wants to take away money for tracking children’s immunizations.  Agenda item 21 is to pull funding from Planned Parenthood for registering children into the State Immunization Registry. The children’s immunization registry funding was available only to providers of Womens, Infants, and Children’s (WIC) Programs.  4 agencies in Orange County…

Pumping Paychecks – Update

If you were to walk into the county economic development agency (or any economic development agency for that matter) and tell them this story, they would be wining and dining you to get you here as fast as possible.  It goes like this: I have a company which needs to relocate.  I’m going to need…

Court throws out lawsuit to gut deputy benefits

LOS ANGELES – Rejecting legal arguments by the County of Orange that Deputy Sheriff pension benefits in Orange County are unconstitutional, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Helen Bendix today threw out of court a lawsuit by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to overturn 3% at 50 pension benefits for Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (County…