Government & Politics

Hypocrisy of APAC’s Newfound Allies

As we noted yesterday, a number of the local gadflies and progressive politicos opposing the Angel Stadium agreement have suddenly discovered enthusiasm for Dr. Howard Knohl’s idea of a $700 million Anaheim Performing Arts Center on 12-acres of the current stadium site. Not so long ago, Knohl’s idea was being used as a pinata by some of the same folks. ...

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Chaffee Uses Communist North Korean Flag For “Korean American Day”

Yesterday, 4th District Supervisor Doug Chaffee’s office posted this Korean American Day recognition on its social media: Yes – that is the flag of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea – commonly known as North Korea, the most brutal totalitarian dictatorship on Earth. How does this happen? It’s not as if people are unfamiliar with the flag of our South ...

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One Year Later: Moreno Joined In Progressive Pile-On Against Now-Vindicated Convington Students

It was announced yesterday that CNN had agreed to pay a rumored $25 million to settle the libel suit filed against it by Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann. The lawsuit was prompted by the atrociously biased and misleading coverage of Sandmann’s participation in last year’s March for Life in Washington D.C. Readers may remember the malestrom resulting from ...

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Resort Union Doublethink On Measure L & Disney

Readers of George Orwell’s dystopian classic 1984 are familiar with the concept of doublethink: “The power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them… To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion ...

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Mayor Sidhu: Some Much Needed Clarity On The Angel Stadium Deal

[Editor’s note: originally published in the OC Register on January 8, 2020.] Anaheim and all of Orange County can be proud of the proposal for baseball in our city. It would keep the Angels here for decades, sell the stadium site at market value, relieve taxpayers of costs and bring money and community benefits for Anaheim neighborhoods. The years of ...

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Moreno Wants To Expand Library Hours? Here’s One Way.

While opining about the sale of Angel Stadium last month, Councilman Jose F. Moreno digressed and expressed his displeasure that the Anaheim public library is not open on Sundays. I think he was trying to make a point about funding for public services. Moreno is correct: the Main Library is closed on Sunday, and most of the branch libraries are ...

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AUHSD Leadership Traveling To Asia, Europe To Recruit Students From “High Net Worth” Families

The Anaheim Union High School District is sending district staff – including Superintendent Mike Matsuda and Anaheim High School teacher Ryan Ruelas – on recruiting trips to Asia and Europe to convince “high net worth families” to enroll their children in AUHSD schools. The Recruited students would pay tuition of nearly $14,000 to attend an AUHSD high school for their ...

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Opinion: Angels Deal Is Good – Let’s Be Smart In Negotiating DDA

I am David Michael Klawe. I spoke at the December 20 meeting of the Anaheim City Council meeting. The Orange County Register quoted me in their article, “Anaheim Votes to Sell Angel Stadium and The Land Around It for $325 Million”: “David Klawe, an executive committee member of the West Anaheim Neighborhood Development Council, called the agreement the “first step” ...

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