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Why is Diane Harkey Hiding from the Public?

Apparently while I was on my way to lovely Santa Barbara to see my man Barack Obama on Friday, Diane Harkey’s political machine imploded yet again. Word got out that Harkey arranged for a closed session city council gathering last Tuesday, just before the public meeting was supposed to begin. And what exactly happened in…

Morning TV News Returns to Orange County

DayBreakOC, Orange County’s first weekday morning newscast to debut Monday, September 10th.  KDOC-TV and the Orange County Register formed a partnership to create Daybreak OC, Orange County’s first weekday morning newscast. KDOC will deliver timely and informative Orange County news and traffic reports on broadcast television; and through the Internet to viewers of KDOC-TV; and to…

“Et tu, Moorlach?”

Supervisor John Moorlach will formally ask that his colleagues remove the investment powers of his hand selected successor Chriss Street. “This ordinance is not an expression of concern over the state of investments, but is precautionary in order to prevent the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s personal distractions from hampering the effective performance of the investment duties of the…

Greenhut Gas: The Party of Agran and Quint

Steven Greenhut blew off some gas on Tuesday commenting on my post announcing the Democratic Party of Orange County’s 13th Annual Truman Awards Dinner.  He took particular notice of this year’s honorees, Truman honoree Irvine City Councilman Larry Agran and Gompers honoree Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s President Wayne Quint. In his post on…

What Do YOU Think: Should Laguna Hills Ban Medical Marijuana Dispensaries?

This morning, I found something interesting in The Register. Apparently on Tuesday, the Laguna Hills City Council approved the introduction of an ordinance banning the distribution of medical marijuana. Specifically, the city is afraid of seeing medical marijuana dispensaries open in town.  Now why would the city be afraid? With the legal uncertainties and concerns…