On Saturday March 7, the John & Ken radio show aired live in Fullerton at the Slidebar. Actually, the Slidebar can’t hold anywhere near that many so it was in the parking lot, over 10,000 patriots showed up to protest the idiots at the state who passed the “Tax” budget. Read the rest of this entry »
O.K. folks, normally we don’t like to post e-mails that we get from viewers that can comment to a post. However, once in awhile we get a e-mail that just needs posting.
This came in a few days ago.
I find it funny that these 3 candidates Dobkin, Ortega, and Shapiro are against Measure T, But want to spend money for other programs. Not one of these candidates Dobkin, Ortega, and Shapiro have said how the will fund their lofty goals or find the money to do any thing. I also think some of the goals are great redoing downtown is a great idea, but again where are you going to get the money.
We are not aware of any programs that any of these candidates are promoting. Second, redoing downtown has been in the works for 50 years and has been the biggest waste of time, money and energy. Every time the city has gotten involved with “redoing” downtown, it looks worse and it costs the tax payers money – the city was sued by business’ of the last facade improvement that the city spearheaded. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re looking for information on the candidates in this town, you can click on VIDEOS in the menu bar and see Tim Shaw and Daren Nigsarian Read the rest of this entry »
City Council Candidate Larry Dobkin got it right at last weeks council meeting when he accused the city of illegally campaigning for Measure-T and asking them if another mailer was coming out – of which he got no response.
This time, City Manager Hannah has recruited Police Chief Dennis Kies to be a party to this charade as a larger (8.5″x11″), more expensive 4 page color brochure arrived yesterday in the mail (Oct. 30) with Chief Kies giving a full accounting of the dangers if Measure-T does not pass.
He states that “..cuts will have to be implemented that may significantly impact public services.” Since when did the Police Chief decide about what is going to be cut in the P.D budget? At the Candidates Forum, Councilman Beamish and Espinoza both stated that they would not cut the PD’s Read the rest of this entry »
The short answer is YES.
When city council’s get a guaranteed revenue stream they usually want to realize the funds immediately by bonding against it. This will do two things; Thwart a recall of the measure after it is passed because bonds are tied to it and in-debt the taxpayers for years.
Our City Council can actually bond against the Tax once it passes. This would explain why the reported phone calls came from Boston, although they could come from N.Y., as there are plenty of bond companies that would have a stake in seeing a 20 year sales tax be passed in La Habra.
More food for thought for when we go to the polls next week.
We’ve had numerous e-mails complaining that telephone marketing from actual live callers, not automated computer calls, from the city of Boston, Mass. in support of Measure-T have been hiting homes in our city. Many angry voters have expressed their displeasure with folks from an extremely Liberal state, telling La Habran’s what would be best for them.
We can only surmise at this point, that the “We Love La Habra – so taxes us hard and long group” will go to any lengths to drain us of our money.
If you go this link, “Socialist La Habran’s Who Know Whats Best For You” web site, you can see the idiots in action. The arguments are weak and promise everything if you only pass the tax. From Erectile Dysfunction to solving MassTransit Issues, the T-Tax will do it all.
And he isn’t even in office yet!
In Tim’s most recent mailer, 8″x10″ with LA County Firemen on the back, it says: Tim Shaw – Keeping Republican Values Strong. We assume he knows what he is doing as he sent it to Republican house holds.
This guy really has no shame Read the rest of this entry »