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State Budget Impasse… Over?

Senate Republican Leader Dick AckermanÂ’s office is reporting that he and Senate Democrat Leader Don Perata have reached a tentative deal on the state budget. That’s what Brian Joseph is now reporting at The Register. We don’t yet know the details of the deal. We don’t yet know whether both the Democratic and Republican caucuses…

What Do YOU Think: Bolsa Chica, One Year Later?

One year ago today, something amazing happened. For the first time in over a century, the Bolsa Chica Wetlands were reunited with the Pacific Ocean. And one year later, The Register takes a look at all the progress made. So what do YOU think about all the progress made at the wetlands? Are you happy…

Pension Opinions

There were a few letters and commentaries posted in the Orange County Register over the weekend related to Moorlach’s raid on Deputy Sheriff pensions.  My apologies for getting them to you so late. OCRegister.com – Do cops make too much money? Local columnist Gordon Dillow wonders if pensions are too high for police officers and…

Healthy Skepticism Toward Climate Crisis Denial

Today, I noticed an article in The Register warning of YET ANOTHER HEAT WAVE striking us in Orange County this week. maybe for some people, this just means another chance to go to the beach or to throw a “BBQ by the Pool” party. But for me, I see more than just that. I see…

Greenhut Gas

Over here at TheLiberalOC.com we really do enjoy the dialogue with Steven Greenhut over at the OCRegister, even if I can’t convince our spam filter that Steven’s comments aren’t really spam.   Yes folks, he really does believe the stuff he writes, particularly over on the Orange Punch blog. With that in mind, and in recognition of the Orange Punch coverage of…

Moorlach & Street, Stickin’ Together…

Many kudos to Total Buzz for this pretty picture of John Moorlach and Chriss Street! Oh yes, and more kudos to them for this. Check out what Chriss Street has been buying for his office using our tax dollars. All in all, Street has so far spent a grand total of $950,754 of OUR TAX…