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Monday, November 22, 2010

Mid-Day Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Scene for Monday

"Scan me Mayor Antonio Villar"

The "Mayoral Narcissist" of the Third Floor on 200 Spring Street, knows no boundaries when it comes to garnering attention for himself.
Now in his latest exercise in self-promotion which should qualify for top-ten status of past third floor media stunts, Mayor Antonio Villar will "expose himself" to the TSA scanners at LAX. While seeking to rally support for TSA's security policies, Mayor Villar will share with the TSA, what a select-few, intimately know about the former Tony Villar of City Terrace.
Just think that the "anatomical stats" only the likes of ex. wife Corina, Mirthala, Lu, mothers of his older daughters, ex. wife of Assembly campaign manager, and other past sanchas could relate to, will become government knowledge. Who will be the first to file a Public Records Act requesting to "expose" Villar's intimate details, one can only guest. But more likely Mayor Villar's designated driver Michael Trujillo, will spin these details as being a plus for Los Angeles.
BTW, can scanners see "Born to Raise Hell" tattoos? ** You can view Mayor Villar's encounter with the scanners, by linking here.
OTHER NEWS:
** San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris's lead is up to 40,000+ votes over Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley, in the close and controversial contest to become California's next Attorney General. The Los Angeles Dragnet blog has a post on the alleged antics of Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Dean Logan.
** Longtime CD-14 observers will remember the razzing that Councilman Jose Huizar took over the use of public money, for a designated driver in his first days as a councilman. Now in 2010, KRLA's Kevin James is reporting that Councilman Huizar is reverting to past form by utilizing a driver for his $53,000 Toyota Highlander.
** From the rumor department, did Assemblyman Mike Gatto fire longtime 43rd Assembly District figure Suzy Jacobs, the day after the November elections? Jacobs who worked with the likes of Jack Scott and Paul Krekorian, was named Gatto's Burbank Field Office Director on July 6, 2010. But she was also the central figure in Gatto's attempt to get citizen journalist and Globalist Films Peter Musurlian terminated from his City of Burbank job.
** Mayor Antonio Villar will support LAUSD School Board incumbents Tamar Galatzan, Richard Vladovic and Marguerite LaMotte (?, this is hard to see in light of LaMotte's strain relationship with School Board President Monica Garcia). He also is backing Luis Sanchez, who is running to succeed Yolie Flores, this according to LA Daily News Rick Orlov. Orlov continues,
United Teachers Los Angeles has yet to say which candidates it will support, but it is expected to back those who will fight the mayor's candidates. Rick, they did.
"The mayor is very serious about this," said Michael Trujillo, who worked on the campaigns four years ago with the mayor. "He wants to leave the next mayor with a school board that supports reform." Michael, most LAUSD parents and students are still "Waiting for Superman".
** More interesting ballot designations for March, 2011. This time we highlight "Community College Teacher" Steven Veres. Is this the same "San Fernando City Councilman Steven Veres?" Is this the same Assemblyman Kevin De Leon's "District Director Steve Veres?" Steve must live a 36 hour day, balancing all these roles.
Your thoughts..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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40 Comments:

Anonymous Civil War at the LATC said:

Civil War at the LATC
Former Los Angeles Theatre Center Partners Embroiled in Bitter Lawsuit
by Ryan Vaillancourt

http://www.ladowntownnews.com/articles/2010/11/15/news/doc4ccb5a7a501f7934252309.txt

November 22, 2010 12:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Fresno Bee Controversy dogs Campus Pointe project

The first piece of a $200 million mixed-use development at Fresno State should open this summer, even as a legal challenge lingers in court.

Moctesuma Esparza, whose Maya Cinemas will build the theater, was a member of the California State University trustees while Campus Pointe was being planned and discussed. Esparza, who resigned from the board, did not participate in 2007 votes approving the project. Lawyers defend the project's environmental work and approvals, and say Esparza properly disclosed his interest when Maya Cinemas became involved in the project.

November 22, 2010 1:01 PM  

Anonymous A $4 Million MisunderstandingPutsch and pull for Los Angeles Theater Center said:

A $4 Million MisunderstandingPutsch and pull for Los Angeles Theater Center

"...The challenges facing Latino Theater Company are daunting. The troupe has never run a theater and Valenzuela’s production record is not impressive: three plays in the past nine years. LATC’s lease includes a minimal production" requirement (one play per year in each theater), possibly to avoid the plight of the privately held, 1,200-seat Ricardo Montalban Theater on Vine Street, a refurbished venue that has sat mostly vacant in the wake of mismanagement and the forced closure of its operating company.

November 22, 2010 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Disturbing!

"What was announced as an open-bid process had become, by the final act, a tainted and disturbing story of the power of political connections. The losing applicant, Tom Gilmore, told L.A.Weekly, “The public process was, without question, an absolute sham.”

November 22, 2010 1:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

PLEASE!

Don't let him show us his JUNK!!!

November 22, 2010 1:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Reed Sput, your typos have betray you again. It's "SCAM" (not "scan"), whenever referencing Mayor Tony, as in:

80 FAKE NEIGHBORHOO WATCHES

November 22, 2010 2:21 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Memo to "12:48-1:08PM",

Most interesting.

Thanks,

Scott

November 22, 2010 2:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If you want more interesting Scott, how about my proving that you once again didn't do your homework.

They didn't end up scanning Villaraigosa after all that commotion.

You'd have known this if you did the slightest bit of research, which you obviously didn't. And that was news on the major local outlets before you posted this non-story.

Once again, Scott "Red Spot" Johnson fails to research and fails to get the story right.

Check it out.

Ha ha ha
LOL
Good one.

November 22, 2010 2:49 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

LOL!!

November 22, 2010 2:54 PM  

Blogger Parque Esqueleto said:

Dude, your focus on the physical anatomy of Antonio Villaraigosa is off-base (and a little creepy, to be honest). The most interesting evidence a "scan" of the Tony that EYE know could produce would be a laundry list of what "missing" from his makeup - not what he's "got" or how much of it.

Here's an unordered 'top 10' list of what would most likely be totally A-W-O-L -- or absent without (political) liability -- from any indepth scan of AV.

1) a conscience;

2) a moral compass;

3) humility;

4) selflessness;

5) a soul;

6) a sense of loyalty;

7) the ability for forgive old grudges;

8) a memory - for promises made;

9) a future in politics;

10) a clue (that items 1-9 are actually missing).

November 22, 2010 3:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Does the body scanner have a macro lens?

November 22, 2010 3:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Really. Having the Mayor scanned by TSA would be like... ummm ... Much Ado About Nothing.

Someone who knows.

November 22, 2010 3:36 PM  

Blogger Phil Genderbong said:

Red Spot:

This never happened today.

They announced it was off at around 10am. If you Google it, or read the Times' update, you'll see.

By the by, did you see that on PhilJennerjahn.com it still says he is running for Congress in 2010, rather than City Council in 2011?

Yup, that Phil Jennerjahn is one dull knife in the drawer. Not suprrising though.

November 22, 2010 3:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LOL, Phil Genderbong!

I checked it out and it's TRUE! The idiot's website says that he is running for Congress!

What a maroon!

November 22, 2010 4:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I checked it too, and it sure does say that. I guess it goes to show you how much worse than the incumbent losers phil would be.

I wonder if Phil thinks THIS fuck up will "launch him into national prominence."

You have to be a real idiot to say you're running for an office in a race that was decided many months ago.

November 22, 2010 4:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"My name is Phil Jennerjahn, and I'm running for City Council.

Yes, I realize that my website says I'm still running for Congress, but why would I take any of you voters seriously enough to make sure that my website says what I'm actually running for?

On that note, I have page tabs that say that viewers can read my website, IF IT HAD CONTENT, in Spanish and Russian.

So what if I have no content on my blog? It's no more genuine than my SAYING that I delivered a speech to City Council, when the truth is that I only got two minutes like everyone else.

Man, I'm an idiot, a moron, and a friend of Higby."

November 22, 2010 5:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

villaraigosa + Civil War at LATC = RICO

November 22, 2010 5:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Jose Luis Valenzuela and LATC board chairman Moctezuma Esparza told city officials that they wanted to bring back the LATC’s golden age. When the project was awarded to Gilmore and Will & Company, the Latino Theatre Company complained about irregularities in the bid process."

City supports loan for Maya Cinemas project By Andrew Edwards on April 8, 2009 5:46 PM| 3 CommentsBy Andrew Edwards
SAN BERNARDINO --

Economic development officials are poised to help Maya Cinemas get a loan from Uncle Sam to finance the company's downtown theater project.
Maya Cinemas, based in Los Angeles, is the San Bernardino Economic Development Agency's hope to develop a sequel to CinemaStar, whose downtown theater business did a fade to black in September.
The 20-screen theater, at the corner of Fourth and E streets, has been a husk since CinemaStar failed.
The City Council voted Monday night to ask the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a $9 million loan to help Maya Cinemas accomplish its plans.
Maya is expected to purchase the theater site from the EDA and refurbish the property. Maya has promised to add an IMAX screen to the theater, and the firm is also planning commercial development near the cinema.
Maya Cinemas chief executive Moctesuma Esparza said Wednesday that the theater could open 60 to 90 days after financing becomes available.
The financing decision required council members to judge whether it's riskier for San Bernardino to allow a big cinema building to remain vacant or to guarantee millions in new debt. The council voted 6-1 in favor of vouching for Maya Cinemas.
"I'm hoping that we are successful ... all we can do is try," Estrada said Wednesday.
"There's a little bit of concern but the downtown does need those theaters," added Estrada, whose ward includes downtown.
Seventh Ward Councilwoman Wendy McCammack cast the sole vote against the financing plan.
She said Wednesday that she doesn't favor the city's guarantee of "a $9 million loan to a company that said they didn't need a dime of city subsidies."
"I understand that (economic) circumstances have changed, but that's still a difficult sale for this councilwoman," she continued.
But Esparza said changing economic circumstances are the very reason Maya is asking the government for help.
"That was before the credit crash," he said.
One reason for concern is that the loan would be made against San Bernardino's future allotments of federal Community Development Block Grants.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development manages both the Block Grants the Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program, which is the mechanism that could be used to help finance Maya Cinema's downtown project.
Block Grant funds can be used to finance a variety of local projects and are often disbursed to nonprofits that serve the needy.
The council-approved plan requires Maya to repay the loan in seven years. If Maya defaults, the EDA would repossess the theater site and assume the obligation to pay the balance of the Section 108 loan.
The city would not lose its ability to receive Block Grants as long as Maya Cinemas or the EDA can make loan payments, according to the Agency.
Interim EDA director Emil Marzullo said during Monday's meeting that he anticipates Maya will have a cinema operating downtown by the end of 2009.

November 22, 2010 6:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Jose Luis Valenzuela and LATC board chairman Moctezuma Esparza told city officials that they wanted to bring back the LATC’s golden age. When the project was awarded to Gilmore and Will & Company, the Latino Theatre Company complained about irregularities in the bid process."

City supports loan for Maya Cinemas project By Andrew Edwards on April 8, 2009 5:46 PM| 3 CommentsBy Andrew Edwards
SAN BERNARDINO -- Economic development officials are poised to help Maya Cinemas get a loan from Uncle Sam to finance the company's downtown theater project.
Maya Cinemas, based in Los Angeles, is the San Bernardino Economic Development Agency's hope to develop a sequel to CinemaStar, whose downtown theater business did a fade to black in September.
The 20-screen theater, at the corner of Fourth and E streets, has been a husk since CinemaStar failed.
The City Council voted Monday night to ask the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a $9 million loan to help Maya Cinemas accomplish its plans.
Maya is expected to purchase the theater site from the EDA and refurbish the property. Maya has promised to add an IMAX screen to the theater, and the firm is also planning commercial development near the cinema.
Maya Cinemas chief executive Moctesuma Esparza said Wednesday that the theater could open 60 to 90 days after financing becomes available.

November 22, 2010 6:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Before:
Moctezuma Esparza
Communist
1960's Chicano Movement
Anti Government

After:
Moctezuma Esparza
Fun Loving Capitalist
Money
Money
Money
Sell Out
Takes Advantage of Poor and Latino

November 22, 2010 6:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Moctezuma Esparza and his companies

LATC Board Chairman, New America Alliance, The Marathon Club Institutional Investor, Espaza/Katz Productions

November 22, 2010 6:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

RED SPOT,
YOU FIND CORRUPTION-FOLLOW THE MONEY


Los Angeles City Employee Retirement System
(LACERS)

Eric L. Holomon, President
Shelley I. Smith, Vice President
Kelly Candaele
Moctesuma Esparza
Rick Rogers
Ken Spiker
Steven Uranga
Sally Choi
Pension Alliance Consulting

November 22, 2010 6:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

SMELLS STINKS ROTTEN
WHY DID MOCTESUMA RESIGN?

Wednesday, October 28, 2009 Another resignation from L.A. City Pension Board, LHS alum Moctesuma Esparza "Another member of L.A. pension board resigns," by David Zahniser, Oct. 28, 2009 .

The news here involves an alum from the Lincoln High Cl. of 1967, producer Moctezuma Esparza, who was appointed by Mayor Villaraigosa to the "Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System," aka "LACERS." Esparza's position was a volunteer position. This makes him the seventh of the Villaraigosa appointees to resign in the last six months according to the Times' story.

FULL STORY http://articles.latimes.com/2009/oct/28/local/me-pension28

November 22, 2010 6:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

DO EMPLOYEES KNOW WHERE THEIR PENSION FUNDS GO?

WHATS WRONG?????


Well-known film producer Moctesuma Esparza and a Chicagos Urban Retail Estate Properties a real estate developer that aims to deliver first-class theaters along with restaurants and stores to inner-city Latino neighborhoods.

Urban Retail has ample backing from pension funds and Maya Cinemas is self-financed, Esparza said.

November 22, 2010 6:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

CalPERS Ups Urban Retail Investment by $50 Million

November 22, 2010 6:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Urban Retail Properties Co., an offshoot of the group that built Water Tower Place, is returning to its roots as a shopping mall developer.

The Chicago-based retail property manager is planning to announce Monday that it has purchased Oakland Mall, a large regional shopping center outside of Detroit, from a family-run private investment group for an undisclosed sum.

The purchase of the 1.5 million-square-foot mall and two adjacent strip centers marks Urban's return to the mall ownership business. Urban had primarily managed shopping centers since its parent Rodamco North America was sold in 2002.

Seven other shopping center deals are in the works and include a lifestyle center in Kansas and another shopping development in Chicago, said Urban CEO Ross Glickman, declining to provide more details until the deals are complete

As for the Oakland Mall in Troy, Mich., Glickman plans to restructure and expand the property, which currently counts Macy's, Penneys, Sears and more than 100 specialty stores as tenants. The mall generates about $300 a square foot a year, or roughly $450 million in sales.

In September Urban formed a joint venture with the California State Teachers' Retirement System, called UrbanCal LLC, to hold the properties. The California pension fund is putting up to $500 million of equity into the joint venture, Glickman said. Also in September, RAIT Financial Trust, a Philadelphia-based publicly traded real estate trust, took a 25 percent stake in Urban Retail and agreed to provide project financing.

November 22, 2010 7:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MOCTESUMA???

CalPERS Takes Partnership Stake in Three Malls

The three shopping centers, located in California, Texas and Illinois, total nearly 4.5 million sq. ft. of retail space, including major department stores, theatres and specialty shops.

The properties are being purchased through a newly formed joint venture between CalPERS and Rodamco North America, N.V. a Dutch publicly-held property investment company operating in the United States. The joint venture will provide CalPERS with approval rights over major decisions such as budgets, leasing, and financing. CalPERS will also have change in control rights related to property management.

Please update your Browser's Link to:

Rodamco North America

Urban Retail Properties Co.

November 22, 2010 7:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

can i have a list of investors

November 22, 2010 7:09 PM  

Anonymous Paul Hatfield said:

If the mayor goes through the scanner it will only prove he is an empty suit.

November 22, 2010 8:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Gatto: The best Assemblyperson in Sacramento.

November 22, 2010 8:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

CORRUPTION PART 1

Marcos Rodriguez, managing member, and David Perez, a managing director of Palladium Equity Partners

Palladium Equity Partners invests in Hispanic Market.

One of these is Moctesuma Esparza, Chairman and CEO of MayaCinemas North America, who met Rodriguez and Perez through the New America Alliance, of which he is a past Chairman and co-founder. “Moctesuma is very experienced in Hispanic entertainment and he has made a lot of money for PE investors in cable TV deals,” explains Rodriguez.

November 22, 2010 10:35 PM  

Anonymous California Firm Split Fees With Figure in N.Y. Pension Scandal said:

CORRUPTION PART II

California Firm Split Fees With Figure in N.Y. Pension Scandal

A prominent Los Angeles investment firm shared fees from pension fund deals in New York and California with Hank Morris, the former political consultant under indictment.

...Wetherly’s ties to another California fund, the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System
Schiff’s potential conflict of interest was noted in a September 2004 memorandum from the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission
On Jan. 25, 2005, the LACERS board approved the Palladium placement. “Commissioner Schiff recused herself from participation and left the room during the vote,” board spokeswoman Linda Aparicio said.
Schiff resigned from the board two months later, Aparicio said. The following two years, Wetherly clients received another $30 million in commitments from LACERS. The California State Teachers’ Retirement Fund has also invested with three Wetherly clients since 2004, records show.


FULL STORY
http://www.propublica.org/article/california-firm-split-fees-with-figure-in-ny-pension-scandal-422

November 22, 2010 10:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

CORRUPTION PART III

ATTN US ATTORNEY GENERAL

http://www.perenews.com/Article.aspx?article=36147&hashID=83817A7A961128EF24CA4B53E9654615497B4834

Wetherly Capital ties LACERS to Morris scandal The placement agent, co-founded by AVP executives Vicky Schiff and Peter Borges, paid ‘consulting’ fees to the firm run by Henry Morris. Morris is now under investigation as part of the growing kick-back scandal involving the New York State Common Retirement Fund.

One of Wetherly's clients, Palladium Equity Partners, received a $10 million investment from the pension in 2005, according to LACERS. Palladium is a New York-based firm that targets Hispanic-owned businesses. The firm was founded in 1997 and closed its third fund, Palladium Fund III, with $520 million of capital in 2006.

MOCTESUMA WAS ON PENSION BOARD. DID HE RECEIVE PROJECT FUNDS IN EXCHANGE FOR A VOTE?

November 22, 2010 10:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Operating ExecutivesComplementing Palladium’s investment professionals is a network of operating executives who have hands-on experience running companies in a variety of industries and provide counsel to our portfolio companies’ senior management.


Michael R. Craven
Charles Delgado
Dorene C. Dominguez
Moctesuma Esparza
Philip A. Jones
Rafael Kravec
Robert J. Lanigan
Robert L. Rewey
Frank Sanchez
James B. Thompson
Delbert Q. (Del) Wilber

November 22, 2010 10:48 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

MOCTESUMA ESPARZA

BACKGROUND
Mr. Moctesuma Esparza is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Maya Cinemas North America, Inc., Maya Pictures, and Maya Releasing, Inc. He also serves as an Operating Executive at Palladium Equity Partners, LLC. Mr. Esparza is well known for his contributions to the movie industry and has over 30 years of experience in the motion picture industry and is considered a leading producer of Latino-themed entertainment. He has served as a Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of several media companies including Esparza and Katz Productions; Saints and Sinners Film Development Co.; and Buenavision Telecommunications, Inc. Mr. Esparza was a Founder of and is a current Board Member of the National Latino Media Council and The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP). He also serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Latino Theatre Company, the Los Angeles Academy of Arts and Enterprise, and The Marathon Club. Mr. Esparza also serves on the Board of the California State University System and Claremont University Consortium. He was a Founder of and has served on the Boards of The Robert Redford Sundance Institute; The UCLA Chicano Research Center; The Motion Picture Health and Welfare Foundation; and the Museum of Latino American Art in Long Beach, California. In addition, Mr. Esparza served as the Chairman and Founder of New America Alliance and The National Latino Arts Education and Media Institute.

November 22, 2010 10:51 PM  

Blogger Windscale said:

WTF- has anyone read the LA Dragnet piece? What's the f'ing point of having a democracy when the Democrat demagogue Zev "I can't spell his f'ing name" Yaroslovski put the fix on the election by appointing Dean Logan to run elections? Yeah, Cooley got his ass handed to him on a plate, but only by the narrowest of margins, and mostly because Logan fixed it so that the old folks couldn't vote. How much more payback are we going to take?

November 22, 2010 11:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

????

Feds probing steel business run by Frank Sanchez

There are definitely going to be some Frank Sanchez haters out there saying “we told you so” this morning, with news that Sanchez’s past company, Renaissance Steel, is being investigated for its use of a federal grant.

Authorities are investigating how a local nonprofit organization and a now-defunct steel company spent $700,000 in federal grant money.

November 23, 2010 8:24 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

THE BIG BOYS
NEW AMERICA ALLIANCE

Joseph Acevedo
Vice President
Pharos Capital Group, LLC
Dallas, TX

Carlos Almodóvar
Director
Strategic Value Partners
Greenwich, CT

Guillermo Bron
Managing Partner
Acon-Bastion Partners II
Los Angeles, CA

Martin Cabrera
Chief Executive Officer
Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC
Chicago, IL

Jorge Castro
Chief Executive Officer
Lombardia Capital Partners, LLC
Pasadena, CA

Henry Cisneros
Executive Chairman
CityView
San Antonio, TX

Maria Contreras-Sweet
Founding Chairwoman
PROMERICA Bank
Los Angeles, CA

Jorge Corralejo
President
Macondo Leasing Co., Inc.
Los Angeles, CA

Moctesuma Esparza
Chief Executive Officer
Maya Cinemas North America, Inc.
Los Angeles, CA

Giselle Fernandez
Managing Director
Creative World Talent Management
Division Los Angeles, CA

Art Gastelum
President
Gateway Science & Engineering,
Pasadena, CA

Oracio Gonzalez
Senior Associate
Craton Equity Partners
Los Angeles, CA

Fernando Guerra
Senior Vice President
De La Rosa & Company
Los Angeles, CA

Sal Mendoza
Senior Vice President, Community
Reinvestment Department
City National Bank
Los Angeles, CA

Joseph Molina
President and Chief Executive Officer
Molina Healthcare Inc.
Long Beach, CA

Delia Roges
Managing Partner
Oro Capital Advisors, LLC
Los Angeles, CA

Frank Sanchez
Chairman & CEO
Sánchez Family Corporation
Los Angeles, CA

Fidel Vargas
Partner
Centinela Capital Partners
Los Angeles, CA

Daniel Villanueva
Partner
RC Fontis Partners, LP
Pasadena, CA

Daniel Villanueva
Managing Partner
RC Fontis Partners, LP
Pasadena, CA

DID ANY OF THE ABOVE USE POLITICAL AND COMMISSION APPOINTEES AND DIRECT PUBLIC PENSION FUNDS THEIR WAY?

November 23, 2010 8:35 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All those people posted are the corrupt Antonio people running things. They are not for the people and have that stupid radical Chicano bullshit mentality that many of us Mexican Americans don't associate with and dislike. Chicano is a derogatory word that many of us resent being called. It is a militant word that was used in the 70's. The EDUCATED Latinos dennouce it.

November 23, 2010 11:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:53 Pension Money??

November 23, 2010 12:03 PM  

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