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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Indeed, it's Sort of a Hotsheet!

Paul Krekorian's "Letter-Gate" scandal has ended the days of his every so often column at Studio City Patch. Following disclosure that a letter from a "constituent" asking a question and praising the Second District Councilman was actually not from a real person and a fabrication of his Press Chief, Jeremy Oberstein, the AOL owned property has now demoted the Krekorian column to the "blog" section of Patch, user provided content that is about a step below Facebook postings.

Phil Jennerjahn is telling us "We told you so."

Labor maven Madeline Janis is whining about former Mayor Richard Riordan's pension reform efforts. Her screed is that the former millionaire mayor's administration was fraudulent and ineffective, which is probably true to some extent, and that any "development" successes such as the Staples Center, Hollywood and Highland, etc. were the result of deals done between union interests and developers. Poppycock. It is indeed Riordan's brand of crony capitalism and clueless Downtown LA mentality, partnered with the thuggery of LA's union establishment that is responsible for a dearth of successful development in LA and the City's slide into fiscal collapse and over irrelevance.

Los Angeles County is cutting staff and shuttering several courtrooms as part of a cost savings measure. Among those closing include legendary courthouses in Beverly Hills and Malibu, where a number of high profile celebrity cases have been prosecuted with the likes of famous troublemakers Lindsay Lohan, Robert Downey, Jr., etc.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous trojan2002 said:

"partnered with the thuggery of LA's union establishment that is responsible for a dearth of successful development in LA and the City's slide into fiscal collapse and over irrelevance."

You mean like giving exclusive contracts to trash companies?

Poppycock? Like, when the unions and Clowncilmembers tell us exclusivity will SAVE constituents money.

Meanwhile, I'm waiting for the 11 Clowns who voted yes to tell me when was the last time a monopoly was good for consumers.

November 15, 2012 3:44 PM  

Blogger Phil Jennerjahn said:

Yep. I told you so.
Electing The Dark Lord isn't good for anybody.

I wonder if Christine Essel has nightmares.

November 15, 2012 4:20 PM  

Blogger Michael Higby said:

Phil are you running for CD5?

November 16, 2012 11:33 AM  

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