Saturday, March 31, 2012
Councilman Parks to appear on Live LA Saturday Night Internet Talk Radio
Friday, March 30, 2012
CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino: "The City Council is not the FCC" regarding KFI Talk Radio's John and Ken
Labels: City Councilman Joe Buscaino
Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Friday
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Another Installment of "Laurette Watch" via the 46th Assembly District Race
"Another Soulvine Thursday": Betty ponders Councilman Parks supposed love of Raves
Labels: "Another Soulvine Thursday"
Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Thursday
48. Daitlin Cornuelle
49. Juanita Martinez, Field Deputy, Northeast
50. Hilda Carrillo
51. Wendy Carrillo - New Media Deputy
52. Adrien Lopez, - Field Deputy
53. Jim Omahen - Field Deputy, Northeast
54. Eva Camacho – Admin. Assistant
55. Edel Vizcarra – Planning Deputy
56. Jesse Leon- Boyle Heights Field Office Director
..... and 57. Daniel Andalon-El Sereno Field Office
** Position sword, fall forward.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Wednesday
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Its Magic Time at Chavez Ravine!!
Jimmy "PACman" Gomez leads the (PAC) money race in 51st AD Contest
Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tuesday
Tune into TV 35, Tuesday at 10am, Wed at 10am, Fri at 10am...EVERY CITY COUNCIL MEETING at 10am, for the "Bill Rosendope Comedy Roast," during public comment. Have you HEARD Zuma Dogg's impersonation of Rosie? Wait till you hear what the community has to say about him. COPS not happy with him, either. His spineless, lack of leadership and constant fall-through is a REAL issue for them, from what I'm told.
MEANWHILE, thanks for confirming what I've been saying: DOWD/DOGG UNDER COUNCIL'S SKIN!
In an ideal Councilman Rosendahl world, crapping, urinating, camping and destroying public property, is a by-product of expressing your First Amendment rights, while highlighting the ills of a dysfunctional government at City Hall is grounds for expulsion.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Monday
Sunday, March 25, 2012
"Sunday Blog Feature": HACLA Cuts Ribbon on its First Public Library in Ramona Gardens
Maggie Aguilar, who has lived in the community for 45 years, says this is one step of many Ramona Gardens has taken in the right direction.
"Ten years ago it was a really bad community," says Aguilar. "There was a lot of gangs and drugs and police and a lot of everything happening."
"It's beautiful now," she says. "You'll hear laughter. Kids playing. Kids riding their bicycles. Fathers playing with their kids. Throwing the football around. You can come out and barbecue without people messing with you or take something from you."
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Dust Up over Office Location in the 46th Assembly District Race
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Is More Beer and Wines Sales Conducive to Women Health in Sensitive Communities?
Friday, March 23, 2012
Happy Birthday to Larger-Than-Life City Activist Jose "Flounder" Aguilar!!
Labels: Jose Aguilar
The Machine Can't Buy Jimmy Gomez Polling Direction In 51st AD Race
It seems that despite the hundreds of thousands of dollars of union money and the long list of endorsements of elected officials (who want the money promise to them as a condition of their support ........., allegedly), the voters of the 51st Assembly District are not keen on voting for another political outsider installed by the "machine".
We can understand if a "political panic attack" got the worst of you as you recited an AFSCME poll that had yourself in third place behind front runner Arturo Chavez and local political newcomer Luis Lopez respectively.
Continuing in the spirit of (political) understanding, we can feel your (political) pain as you regurgitated an AFSCME poll that shows up no where in your financial reports to the Secretary of State. Geez!! AFSCME spends a good chunk of undisclosed dues money ascertaining whether their brothers and sisters (at the County Labor Federation) latest sell job is going as plan and you "out" the details before undertaking the required reporting protocols. Novice (political) mistake indeed!
In extending an open hand in friendship, let me share some (political) advise with you, the newly constituted 51st AD has two qualified "home grown candidates" in this election cycle that voters can relate to. Just as in the recent CD 15 race, the voters of the 51st AD have an extended personal (and political) relationship with Arturo Chavez and Luis Lopez. They were born here, work here, vote here and aspire to represent their true community in public office. No amount of machine money going to undercut those ties in 2012.
Thus Jimmy, welcome to the 51st AD, take the time to meet your new Echo Park neighbors and establish some true (not political) community ties before cutting in front of our home-grown political talent.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in the 51st AD
The Politics of "Taking Credit" in Council District 14
Recreation Area Saturday
Morning Briefs on the "Roasted" Los Angeles Political Machine for Friday
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Larry Elder on City Council Selective Censorship
Hey, LA City Council, what about 'hate speech" on Spanish language radio? I hear that it's FAR more course and vulgar than local English language talk.
The normally reasonable--for a dem-- L.A. Councilman Dennis Zine, voted to condemn local talk radio. Nada about Maher, Garofolo, Moore, etc. C'mon, Zine!
LA City Council passes resolution condemning demeaning talk radio--gave examples, but Maher's use of the "c' word for Palin did not make the cut.
Fourth Quarter Officeholder Account Reports for City of Los Angeles Elective Officials
Labels: Quarterly Officeholder Accounts
Mid-Day Brief on the Corrupt Los Angeles Political Machine for Thursday: "Two ex. Coliseum Employees and Rave Promoter Arrested"
Labels: los angeles memorial coliseum