Author Archives: Editorial Staff

Disneyland Completes New Pedestrian Bridge Over Magic Way

Disneyland Resort’s westside parking expansion project is one step closer to completion with the addition of the new pedestrian bridge over Magic Way. The parking structure and bridge continue efforts to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow around the resort. Guests may now choose to either ride a resort tram from the Mickey & Friends and Pixar Pals parking structures, ...

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Reality Check: Disneyland Resort Values Its Cast Members

Notwithstanding the fulminations of Bernie Sanders, Jose F. Moreno and UNITE-HERE Local 11, the reality is the Disneyland Resort puts a premium on treating its cast members well.  Contrary to the muddled, archaic thinking of contemporary neo-socialists, enterprises like Disney understand they need to attract and retain good emloyees, and that they are in competition with other businesses for that ...

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Rediscovering The Wisdom In American History

[From the Editor: We live in a time when a highly-ideological cadre of academics and educators, with growing boldness, seek to use our public schools as vehicles teaching our youth to view America’s founding and history in a warped and negative way. This is evident in the model state ethnic studies curriculum being fashioned for use in public high schools. ...

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JW Marriott, Anaheim Resort Appoints Executive Team Leading Property Through 2020 Opening

Orange County’s highly-anticipated luxury travel destination, the JW Marriott, Anaheim Resort announces Nusrat Mirza as its General Manager and Maribel Denner as its Director of Sales and Marketing. The new executive team will lead the resort through its grand opening on April 2020, and serve as strategic leaders and visionaries for the new build hotel. The JW Marriott Anaheim Resort, ...

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Rash of Attacks By Mentally Ill Homeless Raise Public Safety Questions

From Behind The Badge: Rash Of Attacks Committed By Mentally Ill Homeless Raise Questions About Public Safety by Joe Vargas Is the increasing level of homelessness a significant public safety problem? The answer, in a nutshell, is both yes and no. A number of recent encounters has generated a great deal of discussion and debate. In Orange County, a high ...

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Anaheim Brewery’s “Anaheim 1888” Wins Gold Medal At CA Craft Brewers Cup

From Anaheim Brewery: Anaheim Brewery’s flagship beer, Anaheim 1888®, won a Gold medal at the first ever California Craft Brewers Cup (CCBC). The competition is a partnership with the Brewers Guilds of California and the California Craft Brewers Association (CCBA) to recognize the best craft beers in the state of California. The competition had a total of 1,266 entries from ...

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Anaheim-Based Meritage Vocal Arts Ensemble Selects New Artistic Director

From the Meritage Vocal Arts Ensemble: After an extensive search of top choral talent in Southern California, the board of directors of Friends of Chorale Music, doing business as Meritage Vocal Arts Ensemble, unanimously selected Brian Dehn to serve as its Artistic Director for its 2019-20 performance season.  Mr. Dehn began his position on August 20, 2019. “I am excited ...

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Kotkin: Public Schools Should Be Places Of Learning, Not Propaganda

[In an op-ed that originally appeared in the OC Register on August 25, Chapman University scholar and demographer Joel Kotkin and co-athor Doug Havard provide trenchant insights into how the education establishment’s hostility to charter schools and increased emphasis on political indoctrination (e.g. the ethnic studies curriculum) is most harmful to those students and families these social justice warriors purport ...

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