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Morning Briefs on the Dysfunctional, Collectivist Los Angeles Political Machine for Hump Day
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The Morning Scandalous Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tuesday
Monday, December 03, 2012
What's Still Going On In LA This Monday?
Andrea Alarcon remains as President of the Board of Public Works, even after new details emerge in her alleged case of child abandonment following a wild party at City Hall and after, a local hotel.
Joseph Mailander continues to expose the ineffective, expensive and band-aid approach to homelessness. The merit to Mailander's argument - which for sure is one to give some homeless activists, elected officials and others a mild case of indigestion - is that it a common sense approach, that has worked in other countries and comes from a dyed-in-the-wool committed liberal, not Richard Riordan.
Workers at the LA Port are still on strike.
Phil Jennerjahn is apparently still running for Congress.
Friday, December 07, 2007
Friday morning outtakes from the "RED SPOT INSTITUTE"
Also, on NELA list yesterday, the Coalition announced that the community's response to the betrayal of the Mayor and Huizar was to raise $21,000 in one night last week. These funds will be used to legally enforce against Autry. Raising so much money in one night, I think, speaks to how pissed people are at the Mayor and Huizar.
Villaraigosa always says everyone should support LA businesses and help the economy. Then why was he in Beverly Hills two weeks ago getting a haircut and his hair dyed? The cost was $400.00. Will someone please tell him he can go to the local barber shop and they can do a much better job for $8.95.
December 07, 2007 6:54 AM