Tag Archive for Scott Baugh

Irvine Republicans Up to Old Tricks Again

The expression is those who fail to learn from the past are destined to repeat it, and in the case of the current crop of Republican candidates for Mayor and City Council, it’s not so much a failure to learn from the past but a denial that the past ever happened to begin with. Case…

Deborah Pauly Ousted as OC GOP Vice Chair

There’s chatter on Facebook and confirmation from sources within the OC GOP that Villa Park Council member and BoS candidate Deborah Pauly has been removed from her position as OC GOP vice chair. Sources say OC GOP chair Scott Baugh brought the matter to a vote and the word is there were complaints about Pauly…

Yes Jose Moreno, You Are a Partisan Candidate!

Jose "Joe" Moreno

I was going to let this go, partially out of pity for a guy who jumped into political quicksand and can’t seem to find something to grab hold of to pull himself out. But unfortunately Jose “Joe” Moreno keeps wading deeper and deeper into the mud.

Firefighters Union Responds to “Political Vitriol” Column

Republican Party boss Scott Baugh recently penned a Reader Rebuttal to the OC Register regarding Political Vitriol and a hat tip to Tony Bedolla of the OC Professional Firefighters Association to call out Baugh for selective outrage.  Fascinating to see Republicans complain about deserved criticism while turning the other cheek to more obvious examples.  Bedolla…

The DPOC’s Deborah Pauly Moment

When Villa Park Council member Deborah Pauly used venomous words and threats against Muslims at a Yorba Linda rally in February, the Democratic Party of Orange County issued a statement condemning the comments and even suggested that the comments went beyond rhetoric and were designed to “inflame and incite.” The DPOC also suggested that Pauly might…

Steve Lopez on Costa Mesa

Councilman Jim Righeimer - Costa Mesa, Photo: Chris Prevatt

It seems that in the past week, the Los Angeles Times has finally rediscovered Orange County. In particular, Costa Mesa and the boiling controversy created by extreamist in the GOP who are hell-bent on destroying public sector employees, their benefits, and their ability to collectively advocate and bargin through their unions.