IRS HAD ENEMIES LIST IN 2010 & 2012 WRITTEN BY CHRISS W. STREET The Internal Revenue Service admitted on May 10th that “low level” staff in their Cincinnati office, supposedly “not motivated by political bias,” targeted 75 conservative tax exempt organizations for audit and investigation, because they used the names “Tea Party” and “Patriot.” I have obtained
From the Irvine News Blog Is Irvine Council Member Beth Krom considering a run for the State Assembly? That is what a young man at the Democratic Party table at this Saturday’s Bruin Day event told me. The fellow said he lived in Mission Viejo and that he had heard Krom talking about this
AD72′s Travis Allen has come out foursquare against the AQMD’s move to ban Fire Rings from southern California beaches. Allen is also a surfer and grew up in Huntington Beach, the city he now partly represents in the State Legislature. Allen will have no difficulties in supporting the movement that’s growing to fight the arbitrary
California Secretary of State Debra Bowen, Press Release: DB13:010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 25, 2013 Contact: Shannan Velayas, (916) 653-6575 Off-Year Voter Registration Report: Fewer Voters Registering with Political Parties in California SACRAMENTO – The percentage of California voters registered with a political party decreased from 78.9% to 77.1% since this time two years ago, according to a California Secretary of
“An entire section of a government draft report prepared by Anaheim City Councilman Jordan Brandman while he was campaigning for his council seat last year appears to largely have been copied from the Wikipedia entry on Orange County, a Voice of OC review of the report has found,” according to the Voice of OC. This
The Jordan Brandman controversy is expanding – and it may tank the campaign of his former colleague, Renee Ramirez, who is vying to become the next O.C. Clerk-Recorder. For Brandman, who is now an Anaheim Councilman, this is a nightmare that won’t go away. “Orange County’s clerk-recorder paid Anaheim City Councilman Jordan Brandman $24,000 for
By Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association The rejection of a sales tax on the Los Angeles city ballot has pundits and government insiders returning to their crystal balls in an effort to divine the mood of the electorate and how voters will behave in the future. When Proposition 30 passed last November, increasing income and
TWINKIE CALIFORNIA WRITTEN BY CHRISS W. STREET California state tax collection for the month of February reminded me of a Twinkie; golden sweet on the outside, mushy in the center and definitely not very healthy any more. Voters thought they were forcing the rich pay more to fund local schools by passing Proposition 30 in November.
A NIGHT OF RESISTANCE – Fundraiser for Oath Keepers Billboard and Marketing Campaign in California Tuesday, March 12, 2013 @ Doors Open at 6 PM program 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM – Donation Raffle giveaways Don’t miss this very important “Night Of Resistance” update by Stewart Rhodes, Founder of Oath Keepers, on the status of
From the New Fullerton Blog I received an email this week from an Asian activist who was wondering why it is that the Fullerton City Council has no Asians or Latinos on it, even though they make up over 56% of the population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That is a very good question.