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Costa Mesa to be Breitbarted on Sunday

April 7, 2011
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Costa Mesa to be Breitbarted on Sunday

With Skosh Monahan’s Bar in Costa Mesa “Freedom Central” according to Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, the city and the pro-conservative movement there are going to be graced with an appearance of Andrew Breitbart this Sunday from 3-6 for an Irish Pub “Fun-Raiser” for the Congressman.  And I can’t believe I’d ever use the words “Rohrabacher,”...

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Amante is served with recall petition

April 6, 2011
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Amante is served with recall petition

Tustin city council chambers were packed last night as Mayor Jerry Amante was served with a recall notice.  A grassroots political organization presented Amante with a petition of 30 signatures – three times the required amount — for notice of recall. None of the signatures are from former elected or appointed official in Tustin....

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Costa Mesa Council Takes A Beating Over Outsourcing

April 6, 2011
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Costa Mesa Council Takes A Beating Over Outsourcing

More than 50 people addressed the Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night and it wasn't pretty. People were angry. They were angry about the poorly researched outsourcing juggernaut that the council majority was imposing on the city work force. They were embarrassed that their Mayor had shown such a disregard for his duty...

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Voices From Street Corners (Vol 18)

April 6, 2011
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Voices From Street Corners (Vol 18)

As I traveled around town, I continued to be on the lookout for the regular people on the streets. A few weeks back, I ran into the "drifter". He had been chased away by the Sheriff after the local property manager had lodged a complaint. He was back with his increasingly faded "Need Work"...

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Rep. Loretta Sanchez: Good News from March Jobs Report

April 2, 2011
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Loretta Sanchez speaks with Labor Secretary Hilda Solis (R) and Councilman David Benavides (L)

“Today’s jobs report shows that our nation’s job market continues to improve. This progress is more reason why Congress must strongly consider the serious job losses that would be caused by the Republicans’ proposed spending plan, which many analysts believe would hinder economic growth."

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LiberalOC Exclusive: Tustin Citizens Group to Serve Mayor Amante with Recall Petition

March 30, 2011
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Tustin Mayor Jerry Amante

The LiberalOC has learned that an organized group of Tustin residents will serve Tustin Mayor Jerry Amante with a recall petition at Tuesday night's City Council meeting.

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Orange County Residents to Protest Anti-Gay Group’s Fundraiser at Disneyland

March 30, 2011
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Pacific Justice Institute

A group of Orange County residents are planning an unorthodox welcome to a group which opposes equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) citizens. The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) has opposed protection for LGBT people under hate crimes legislation and worked against equal marriage rights for same-sex couples.

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Loretta Sanchez works across the aisle to help home owners with home mortgage amendment

March 30, 2011
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Loretta Sanchez

The House Majority approved an amendment yesterday introduced by Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47) to help struggling families stay in their homes. The amendment encourages banks to provide loan modifications and foreclosure prevention help to qualifying homeowners.

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Brown terminates budget discussions with GOP

March 29, 2011
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Jerry Brown 3-29-11

Governor Jerry Brown announced on Tuesday that he has terminated his negotiations with Republicans in the state legislature over a budget plan. Brown pointed out that while he had proposed drastic cuts to address half of the budget deficit, the Republicans refused to budge on tax cuts for corporations that ship jobs out of...

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