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Doug McIntyre: Proposal to reform elections not so hot

Yeah, elections by mail -- zero opportunity for fraud there, huh?  (Oct 1, 2010 | post #13)

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LA County epicenter of mortgage fraud

WE'RE NUMBER ONE! WE'RE NUMBER ONE! First in mortgage fraud, first in unemployment and -- no coincidence -- first in illegal immigration. Thank you, Mayor Villaraigosa, members of the City Council, and "sanctuary city" supporters for making America's second-biggest city what it is today: a disaster.  (Oct 1, 2010 | post #6)

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Doug McIntyre: Strike while the iron is hot

I wonder how many of the City of L.A.'s contracts are just as phony as the Bell contracts. Tens of thousands of dollars go for dance performances alone, for example. Does anyone actually wind up dancing? Or is the money just split among the nominal recipients and those doling it out?  (Sep 26, 2010 | post #6)

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Tax credits proposed in LA to spur hiring

P.S. Rick, per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment in the City of Los Angeles is 14.7%, not 12%.  (Sep 25, 2010 | post #10)

LA Daily News

Tax credits proposed in LA to spur hiring

This is SO not going to do any good. The Spring Street Gang needs to repeal the City's business income tax once and for all, and amend the Charter to assure prospective employers that we will never have such a tax again without something like a 3/4's vote. Tiny bits of random token tinkering are not going to inspire the profits or confidence needed to move industry back into the city.  (Sep 25, 2010 | post #9)

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Streets may close for bicycles

They should charge each rider $10 to offset the cost to taxpayers.  (Sep 23, 2010 | post #8)

LA Daily News

Billionaire developer Rick Caruso 'leaning towards' L.A. ...

Big Deal got it exactly right. This city is already run by developers, unions and gangs. As for the developers, that's why the CRA hands hundreds of millions of our tax dollars to them each year. But the oblivious voters of L.A. don't notice actual substance. So they'll elect a Caruso or re-cycle one of the career politicians downtown, and they'll wonder why nothing seems to be any different. Walter Moore http://WalterMoore Says.com  (Sep 22, 2010 | post #13)

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Valley nonprofit to get $500,000 grant

Kiss THAT money good-bye. More waste. More pointless "programs " that merely re-distribute income from hard-working taxpayers to politically connected poverty pimps.  (Sep 22, 2010 | post #8)

LA Daily News

Doug McIntyre: Statistics no match for dream destroyed

The good news: the recession is over. The bad news: the depression is just getting started.  (Sep 21, 2010 | post #1)

LA Daily News

Disturbing candidate behavior: Letters for Tuesday, Sept. 21

Imagine how much higher the unemployment rate would be if Whitman had not spent her $100+ million. We should postpone the election six months so both sides will keep spending.  (Sep 21, 2010 | post #1)

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We Serve L.A. is taking the initiative

This press release brought to you by the 200+ staff of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. "Byline" added by Rick Orlov prior to posting.  (Sep 21, 2010 | post #3)

LA Daily News

VICA plans a Political Action Committee to expand influence

A PAC to give money to Caruso or Beutner? Really? And they're expecting some kind of change from that? As for Caruso, he's a developer. Do they really think developers aren't already running the show? As for Beutner, he's the de facto Mayor while Tony's flitting from photo-op to photo-op. Result? Unemployment in the City of L.A. is at 14.7% -- the highest since at least 2000, and much higher than state and national averages. VICA apparently suffers from Stockholm syndrome; they have fallen in love with their captors. Too bad.  (Sep 20, 2010 | post #2)

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Freebie fest: New ethics rules should rein in culture of ...

"He exploited a loophole in the ethics laws. . . . " Wrong. That's merely what he wants you to believe. There was no loophole. He simply violated the law. It's not even a close case. Under the City's anti-corruption laws, there is a $100 limit even when a public official performs a ceremonial role. Villaraigosa violated the laws, and he needs to be fined or, better yet, sent to the County Jail. What he did is a crime. And this isn't some trifling technicality. He took tickets worth tens of thousands of dollars from companies to which he has given millions of dollars of subsidies using our tax money. Furthermore, he took the tickets not to see, but to be seen. The documents his lawyers produced show he wanted the tickets in order to get public exposure, and it worked. He was introduced to audiences full of potential voters, and got TV coverage galore, for free. Let me tell you, as someone who had to raise money through contributions to run for mayor, TV time is expensive. This was an illegal scam, not a "loophole. " Walter Moore http://WalterMoore Says.com  (Sep 18, 2010 | post #4)

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Number of dogs, cats in homes may increase

Let people save more animals. This is a good thing. Increasing the number of dogs or cats in a house from three to five does not mean more noise or problems. You can have one dog who barks all day, or five days who bark only when there's an intruder. As for cats, if they live indoors, and the box is changed regularly, how does that hurt anyone else. Save the animals. Pass the ordinance.  (Sep 16, 2010 | post #10)

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Mayor Villaraigosa signs green power agreements

Thank God we have a brilliant, experienced investment banker like Antonio Villaraigosa "investing " millions of our tax dollars for us. After all, back when he worked in the private sector, he had an unbroken string of investments in companies that all wound up being profitable, and putting thousands of people to work. Oops. Wrong guy, huh? The guy "investing " our money was too darn dumb even to pass the bar exam despite four tries. Think of the dumbest lawyer you ever met; that person was smarter than Villaraigosa. Kiss that money good-bye. Walter Moore http://WalterMoore Says.com  (Sep 14, 2010 | post #16)

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