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Monday, January 14, 2019

Hot Monday Morning Meaty Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine (and Beyond)

We are on City Hall Corruption, LAUSD Strike ......... and Storm Watch as Monday's dawn gives light to the specifics (via the disclosed Search Warrant) on a growing City Hall Corruption Scandal, Day One of the LAUSD Teacher Strike, along with the first in a series of Pacific Storms.
Kudos to the "Princeton Graduate Dear Charro" for raising the bar on Corruption in CD-14 (allegedly).
** Blogger's Notes: With the disclosure of the Search Warrant pertaining to the on-going FBI Investigation of CD-14 City Councilman Jose Huizar (and now involving CD-9 Councilman Curren Price and Council President Herman Wesson's Chief of Staff Deron Williams among others), we have one simple question ............ what did Herman "Mini Amin" Wesson know (or condone upon the culmination of the 2012 Redistricting Scheme?) To be continue. 
Huizar Search Warrant Specifics, Page 1
Huizar Search Warrant Specifics, Page 2

** As Mother Nature provides a Teachable Moment on Seasonal Weather, United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) kicked off Day One of its Strike against the Los Angeles Unified School District. You may be wondering what attempts Mayor Eric Gar-SOFT-ee is playing in forging a Strike-ending Agreement, us too. But we now that his supporters were the deciding factor in preventing UTLA-endorsed LAUSD District Five Candidate Jackie Goldberg from garnering the LA County Democrat Party Endorsement .........., and raising $178,000 for the Mayor-endorsed Candidate Heather Repenning.
Heather Repenning for School Board?

** Pardon our bloggin detour into Storm(s) Watch 2019, but this person knows too well the potential deadly ramifications for the Homeless who live within the concrete/natural runoff channels in Los Angeles County. Below, we post the predicted rainfall map for this week. Stay safe everyone.

Rainfall Map for 1-(14-18)-19.

Friday, January 11, 2019

TGIF Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine (and Beyond)

On this TGIF before tomorrow's Rams vs Cowboys Playoff Game, we present week-closing topics and set the table on trending news for the coming days ahead----S.J.
Enjoy and prep yourself for a wet week ahead.


** Calizuela Pervycrat Financier Ed Buck Death Scandal 2.0 Fallout: As the identity of the latest African-American Friend of Pervycrat Financier Ed Buck to die in his home/perversion enclave, is made known, the Fallout among contribution recipients continues. Westside LA Congressman Ted Lieu announced his gifting of Buck's $18,000 Contribution to LGBTQ and African-American Non-Profits. Meanwhile, we call upon Congressman Jimmy Gomez to state, for the record, whether he would do likewise with his Buck Contribution.    
Pervycrat Financier Ed Buck with Political Friends.


** The looming LAUSD Teacher Strike: With judicial clearance, the teachers represented by United Teachers Los Angeles, are "locked and loaded" for a Monday Strike. In past political times, a pending Walkout would provide an opportunity for a Photo Op/Grandstanding Mayor to mediate a resolution ......., but that is not the current "Gar-SOFT-ee Way". Instead, the absentee Mayoral Officeholder is more engage in positioning his "Choice Candidate" for the vacant LAUSD District Five School Board Seat, to garner one of the two places in a certain Runoff. More details on Monday. 
Funding for Success?

** Backlash against LA Times Anti-Semitic Apologist/Columnist: Reflecting the current intolerant proclivities of the Calizuela-ruling Democratic Party, the once supposed "Fishwrap of Record on Spring Street", now merely an "Old Gray Goose-stepper (relocated to El Segundo)" is facing condemnation. Anti-Semitic Apologist Op-Ed Writer Robin Abcarian, has engender a major backlash from the Los Angeles Jewish Community (and beyond), for her "Wanton Missive of Dismissing" the vile Anti-Semitic Views of certain leaders of the Women's March.  
Will the LA Times become the local Propaganda Reichstag of the Intolerant Left?

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Thursday, January 10, 2019

A Mayor Sam Rollout of Bloggin Weekly News Features for 2019

With no apologies to CD-5 City Councilman Paul "Nanny Spud" Koretz, the Mayor Sam Blog is proud to present its All Meat Menu of Weekly News Features, that drips "Red" with substance and slices into fat of inconvenience facts regarding those meriting bloggin interest. 
Replacing a Night on Broadway, Mayor Sam presents ......... 
** Blogger's Notes: Our recent bloggin sabbatical gave us time to reflect on the freshness of our cyber content as we pride our self on not becoming afflicted with keyboarding tired repetitive content. That stated, there is so much content that merits sharing with our audience in the interest of empowering and dialog .......... and action when warranted. As we target growing our audience while remaining true to our 200 Spring Street-centric Core Mission in 2019, it time to present (with inspiration via CD 5 City Councilman Paul "Nanny Spud" Koretz) our Bloggin Menu of Meaty Weekly News Features, which will leave a Cyber Bigfoot Print of Inconvenient Substance, regarding the subjects of merit. Please not that our Daily Morning Briefs will continue-----Scott Johnson. 
1. Hot Meaty Briefs (featuring assorted Potato Heads) on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Monday: We strive to begin each work week with the latest scoops, news and speculation, focusing exclusively on content originating from within 200 Spring Street and Downtown LA-based public entities.
The reigning Nanny Spud.
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Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Commerce City Administrator Edgar Cisnero's $41 Million Chino Hills Land Speculation Scheme Exposed

The new Commerce City Council Majority (and its Puppet Master City Administrator Edgar Cisneros) are the self-inflicted recipient of another ethical Black Eye as Open Space Advocates condemn their (and the unscrupulous San Gabriel Valley Water & Power LLC), secretive scheme to purchase the Tres Hermanos Ranch in the Chino Hills.  
The prized Open Space of the Tres Hermanos Ranch in Chino Hills.
** Blogger's Notes: Its apparent that the City of Commerce has some spare change available ($41 Million-plus) to help land speculators (of ill-repute) in need, but the details must remain in Closed Section ........, until now
Since the 2017 Election of the current incarnation of the Commerce City Council, its reigning majority of Councilperson Oralia Rebollo, John Soria and Ivan Altamirano, with their chosen City Administrator Edgar Cisneros, have jointly been responsible for numerous Ethical Black Eyes (involving Pay to Play Municipal Contracts Giveaways to Campaign Donors). 
With legal enabling via the notorious Glassman Law Firm, City Administrator Cisneros has made a mockery of Openness and Transparency in a supposed Model Municipality, via his secretive dealings with the likes of Louis Reyes, Mario Beltran, and the Hews Media Group .........., which explains the embargo of negative reporting on the current affairs at 2535 Commerce Way.
But what is accepted political behavior among Administrator Cisneros and his three political stooges within City Hall confines, is cause for condemnation (and pending legal action as pictured below), when attempted beyond city limits .........., with newest questionable associate William Barkett.
It would seem that Burkett would be now a nefarious Land Speculator without a Publicly-financed Enrichment Scheme, as the tri-municipalities of Chino Hills, Diamond Bar and Industry worked together to make the preservation of Tres Hermanos a much-desired reality, but thanks to Burkett's new associate, Administrator Cisnero's "Backroom Proclivities" ........., a new litigious controversy is pending in the Model City, again. To be continue----Scott Johnson.  
From left to right: Commerce Councilwoman Oralia Rebollo, Councilman John Soria and City Administrator Edgar Cisneros (with son).
Failed Assembly Candidate and still Commerce Councilman Ivan Altamirano.
City of Diamond Bar Legal Letter to the City of Commerce, Page 1.
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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Mayor Sam's Trending Topics of Interest for 2019

In remaining true to our core mission of espousing the open and transparent dispensation of news regarding the State of Governess within Los Angeles (and beyond), we present an initial list of Trending Topics of Interest for 2019.
So little time, so many topics of interest in 2019.
** Blogger's Notes: Where do we commence our bloggin coverage for 2019? 
It would be so easy to start keyboarding the latest on a certain Princeton Graduate, turned embattled CD-14 City Council Officeholder (awaiting legal reckoning), especially as his Communications Director/Adviser Rick "Coca Puffs", ends his weeks-long drought of Huizzy Twitter Posts.
Indeed, we can spent bloggin hours being the manic, one issue commentator, made easier in recent weeks with the myriad of issues/sub plots connected to the embattled Council Member, but we digress.
That stated (and in the interest of maintaining a bloggin freshness), we want to endeavor in being the purveyor of political news, that may otherwise be ignored in an increasingly subjective journalistic environment ......... and adversely impacts communal democracies.  
In that spirit, we list below what we feel should be trending topics, both within our normal boundaries of coverage ......... and beyond in communities now in a growing vacuum zone of no regular journalistic coverage----Scott Johnson.  
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Monday, January 07, 2019

Its Bloggin Back to Work Monday, 2019!!

We're Back!! With absolutely no apologies to the likes of our former bloggin colleague "MEAT (aka. Michael Trujillo)", we return from our self-imposed cyber-sequester to undertake a new year of expanding coverage, dedicated to exposing the policy, cultural and personal outrages of the corrupt factions, that constitute the Los Angeles (and Calizuela-controlling) Democratic Party.    
 Please refrain from reminding "MEAT" of his days as a "Minority Owner" of Ralph Verdugo's LA Brewing Company on Broadway, in Downtown LA.
** Blogger's Notes: Happy Bloggin New Year 2019!! 
After nearly a decade of cyber-musings on the various politicos, neighborhood wannabees, sanchas and supposed journalists (in reality propagandists), we must be honest with ourselves in disclosing our respective adopting of mannerisms, originating from subjects of interest.
For example, discerning observers could opine that since mid-December, this writer has become a "Bloggin Huevon", kinda like a certain "Princeton Graduate Charro", who allegedly vacated his residing CD-14 Council District (for now), to spend quality time at his Pedley or Zacatecas, Mexico Rancho. Thus, granting us time for a brief cyber slumber.
But with the Christmas/New Year Holidays behind us, the first work Monday of 2019 will kick start an intensive year of diverse, political cyber coverage ..........., and change.
As witness with this afternoon's Breaking News regarding the latest questionable death at the West Hollywood Home of Calizuela Pervycrat Financier Ed Buck, the weeks, months and year of 2019, will provide a bountiful cyber-harvest of bloggin topics within ........., and outside the boundaries of our normal 200 N. Spring Street-based epicenter of coverage. 
While its a given that this blog's core mission will continue, the fifteenth year of Mayor Sam's contribution to the Cause of Openness and Transparency, in an increasingly autocratic City/County of LA, within a One Party Junta-controlling Calizuela .......... is the appropriate time for needed growth.
With a devolving vacume of agenda journalism, upsetting the balance of a once bountiful and robust depository of objective news coverage in Los Angeles, its paramount that we prioritize the reporting of hard news ........., that engenders an informative dialog on the issues of governess, in the respective jurisdictions of note. 
In the weeks ahead, we will be moving forward with our new "Mayor Sam Sister Cities News Group" that partners with Open Government and News Advocates, in promoting the free flow of information within communities devoid of objective reporting. 
The latter part of 2018 was productive for Mayor Sam, in growing our cyber audience in municipalities such as Montebello, Commerce and Southeast LA County, as we strive to counter the much-reviled Hews Media Group .........., and an absentee "Old Gray Goose-stepper formerly on Spring Street (aka the now El Segundo Times)".   
Indeed, 2019 promises to be a trans-formative year for Michael Higby's cyber-creation and as we progress deeper into an exciting future .........., rest assure that our mission will remain the continuing empowerment of those seeking to be truthfully informed----Scott Johnson. 

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