Tuesday, June 30, 2009

CM PRESS # 737


JUZELL ANTHONY POOLE JR. OF CM ID'd AS ROBBER SHOT TO DEATH IN RIVERSIDE

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DAY WORKER PESTS ON CORNER OF VICTORIA AND PLACENTIA
(Tip from a reader) [stock photo]

The corner of Placentia and Victoria has been a major spot for hiring day workers and/or illegal immigrants for some time. Some mornings I see over 20 people milling around the payphones or sitting on the curbs looking for work. Recently, a firework vending booth was put in the same parking lot. It wouldn’t surprise me if this stand is targeted for vandalism or robbery.

There has been graffiti in the alley next to the 7-11 on several occasions.

This morning 7:00am a CMPD car was circling the 7-11 of this shopping center as trucks picked up their daily labor.
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NEW (10:30 AM)-- TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US...

NORTH--Santa Ana--Man wounded in drive-by shooting.
SOUTH--Newport Beach--Another day with no drive-by shootings to report.
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BAD DAYS FOR INKY STINKY DEAD TREE MEDIA
OC Register cuts pay by 5 percent.
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REPLENISHMENT VS. REPLACEMENT
Illegal immigration and the future of America. Long but interesting article.
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CREEPING NEWPORTISM FROM THE SOUTH PROMISES TO REVITALIZE THE WESTSIDE, BUT WILL CREEPING SANTA ANAISM FROM THE NORTH RUIN IT?
Newport understands the value of the Westside Bluffs right next to Costa Mesa.

Trend on the Newport Beach side of the Bluffs' border is to raze industrial buildings and put in condos and more upscale uses.
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LET'S RENT OUT FAIRVIEW PARK TO SANTA ANA RESIDENTS

Hey Parks and Recreation Commission, the CM PRESS passed Fairview Park yesterday and we saw that there were only a few people using it.

How about kicking Costa Mesa residents out of the park and renting it to a group from Santa Ana as you did with the Downtown Community Center?

We're pretty sure that Friend of Foley Galitski will like that idea.

Here's the names of the members of the Parks and Recreation Commission: Kurt Galitski, Chair; Mike Brumbaugh, Vice Chair; Jeff Mathews; Kim Pederson; Terry Shaw.
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TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US...

NORTH--Santa Ana--Another man shot to death Monday. The killings in Santa Ana are running about one a day.

SOUTH--Newport Beach--No one shot to death Monday. The killings in Newport Beach are running about none a day.
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Monday, June 29, 2009

CM PRESS # 736

YET ANOTHER COP SHOT BY ILLEGAL ALIEN IN SANCTUARY CITY
City needs to rethink its look the other way policy.
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TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US...

NORTH--Santa Ana--Yet another man found shot to death. This one on a sidewalk.
SOUTH--Newport Beach--Another day without anyone found shot to death on a sidewalk or anyplace else.
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SCOTUS RULES FOR WHITE FIREFIGHTERS

Says they were discriminated against because of race.
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COSTA MESA IS A CITY WITH TOO MANY LEFTY LOONS

Before we get to Costa Mesa and its problems, you should read this column (here) by Pat Buchanan on the mess we call California.

Costa Mesa is California writ small.

When a few good Costa Mesa politicians try to improve our city and cut fat from the budget, the lefty loons begin peeing in their adult diapers over the fact that some children of illegal aliens won't get all the freebies they have been getting because of the budget crunch.

Then, the Parks and Recreation Commission kicks Costa Mesans out of the Downtown Community Center, that the citizens of Costa Mesa own, and replaces them with basketball players from the most illegal alien friendly city in the nation--Santa Ana.

And, those are just two things that should disgust you, as they do us.

Here's something else that disgusts us. We get contacted frequently by Costa Mesans who support strong borders and who go to various events and talk-fests sponsored by groups that want illegal aliens sent back to their own countries. So far, so good. But, when it comes to being active in Costa Mesa and helping turn this city away from being an illegal alien sanctuary, many of these folks hide in their closets.

Look, this really isn't very complicated. Even the likes of prissy Kurt Galitski, on the Parks and Recreation Commission, should be able to understand that the problems we have in Costa Mesa--high crime rate, Third World level schools, gangs, lower than they should be home values and slums, all have a connection to the city being illegal alien friendly.

Well, okay, maybe Galitski isn't able to understand this. But, our guess is that most half-bright people get it. If you welcome illegal aliens into your city, you'll also welcome gangs, high crime rates, failing schools and many of the problems we see in Costa Mesa today.

You may have noticed that the CM PRESS has started a new feature that we call TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US, in which we highlight the almost daily murders in Santa Ana to our north and the lack of such murders in Newport Beach to our south.

So, why is Santa Ana so bad and Newport Beach so good? Hmmmm? The answer is demographics. When you have problems caused by people--and, yes, it is people who shoot other people; it is not bad Mr.Gun who does it--you have to look at the people involved.

The lefty loons, who have many Great White Mothers and Great White Fathers in their ranks, figure all they have to do is mother the criminals and the problems will go away. This is nonsense.

In Costa Mesa we have many examples of these neurotic emoticon GWMs and GWFs and their various charity efforts that have been going on for decades. Have they helped? Nope. The crime is getting worse, the gangs are getting larger, the student success rates are dropping, the slums are still here, upwardly mobile citizens are fleeing.

Still, these Mother Teresa wannabes walk around with moist, heaven-cast eyes claiming that what has never worked will work if they just have more money and can spread their love.

"Remove the slums--the habitats of the criminals and the gangs--oh no, daaaahling, we can't do that, why let's just plant flowers in front of them and that'll fix things."

And to try to convince people that their goofy programs work, these sad sacks will trot out this or that poster kid who they say they've turned away from a life of crime.

We have a better idea. Take those magnet charities to Newport Beach and run them there. If you say that there aren't enough poor people (read illegal aliens) there, don't worry. If you put your charities there, they'll come as surely as pigeons will come when you throw bits of bread in your back yard.

Don't count on Newporters welcoming you, though. One demographic statistic tracks education levels--much higher in Newport than in Costa Mesa--and many Newporters are too bright to buy your crap that you're selling to numbnuts in Costa Mesa.

We live in a cause and effect universe.

The effects--high crime rate, gangs, Third World level schools and the rest--are all around us.

One of the causes, if you still haven't caught on, is because we have a city that has welcomed illegal aliens here for years with many programs and benefits that most citizens aren't even aware of.

We've had the welcome mat out, and the citizens of this city are being walked on.

Maybe it's a good thing that Costa Mesa has a budget problem, because it's forcing the City to get out of the Illegal Alien Welcome Wagon business.

Meanwhile, we have some public officials, and others, in this city, like the aforementioned Kurt Galitski on the Parks and Recreation Commission, who claim that trying to improve Costa Mesa by, in part, making the city less illegal alien friendly, is the equivalent of trying to chase brown people out of the city. This guy Galitski should stop opening his yap and go back to styling his hair.
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Sunday, June 28, 2009

CM PRESS # 735

ENGLISH COURT TELLS JEWISH SCHOOL HOW TO DETERMINE WHO'S A JEW
Age old Jewish law says child must have a Jewish mother. Court says this is racist.
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JOE GUZZARDI COLUMN ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION AND ITS COSTS
Link
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UPDATE---TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US...

North--Santa Ana--Man found shot to death in alley.
UPDATE--North--Santa Ana--Another man found shot to death,this one on a street.


South--Newport Beach--No one found shot to death in any alleys.
UPDATE--South--Newport Beach--Still no one found shot to death, not even on a street.
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ALMOST DAILY DAILY PILOT DRIBBLES

We know the almost daily Daily Pilot is just a local rag and doesn't attract the brightest minds in the world to write editorials, but you'd think they'd have some folks over there, in the back corner at the LA TIMES building where the Pilot's staff has been shoved, who are able to think in a straight line.

Alas, this is apparently not the case. At least not in the editorial department. The lefties there--who mostly don't live in Costa Mesa--just don't care much for the rights of Costa Mesa citizens, and don't fully understand the concept of what a City is supposed to be and what it's supposed to do for its own citizens.

Consider today's editorial (here) about Liga Azteca Basketball of 2422 S. Shelton Street, Santa Ana, 92707.

The Pilot is glowingly agush that the Parks and Recreation Commission kicked Costa Mesa residents out of the gym in the Downtown Recreation Center and rented it to this basketball league from Santa Ana.

To the Pilot, it all comes down to money. You see, the Santa Ana organization is willing to pay more to use the gym than Costa Mesa citizens are willing to pay.

Silly Costa Mesa citizens believe that they paid for the Center to be built and that they continue to pay for its maintenance through their taxes and thus have a right to use it with just a minimal further payment for each use. How silly of them.

You see, according to the lefties, you get no privileges for living in Costa Mesa and paying your taxes here. You only get the responsibilities and all the negatives of a soaring crime rate, Third World level schools, growing gangs and slums. People from other cities, on the other hand, can come in and cherry pick the best facilities for people from these other cities.

Okay, we're getting blue in the face over trying to teach some know-nothings the basic concepts of civics, but here it is one more time. The Downtown Recreation Center is owned by the citizens of Costa Mesa. It's not a commercial hall that is rented to the highest bidder. Costa Mesa citizens paid for the facility originally and they continue to pay for its upkeep. That's how it works when you live in a city. The city is yours.

Back to the inky stinky thing. As seems to be the usual practice over at the Pilot, its editorial jumps to conclusions based on no facts.

Here's some gems from the Pilot's editorial today that would not pass muster at a grade school newspaper:

Daily Pilot--"...About half the league’s teams include Costa Mesa residents."


CM PRESS--They do? How does the Pilot know this? It doesn't. There is no hard evidence in the record of this fact and the league has never submitted its roster of players to the City, or to anyone else, as far as we know. In fact, the City isn't even requiring this to be submitted. But, if we have it wrong and the Pilot has the roster, the paper should let the public know the names of the actual teams and the names of the Costa Mesa players on those teams.


Daily Pilot--"Two other Costa Mesa teams wanted to join but couldn't because of lack of space in Santa Ana, and there’s more room in the Costa Mesa gym."


CM PRESS--This statement is apparently based on an off the cuff remark made by the head of the Santa Ana leagues who seemed to be well rehearsed when he made his comments. The Parks and Recreation Commission did not follow up by even asking the names of the teams or for rosters. BTW, some have commented to us that it seemed like a PR move when the head of the leagues showed up at the PRC meeting wearing his National Guard uniform.


Daily Pilot--"It would have been a terrible shame if our Parks and Recreation Commission passed up a chance to make a $40,000 profit while providing more service to local residents."

CM PRESS--Say, maybe we can rent out the Police Station and City Hall and make some more money. Maybe we can find someone in Santa Ana who might like the deal.

Also, it is not "providing a service to local residents," as claimed by the Pilot. It booted out local residents to provide a service to people who mainly live in Santa Ana.

Look, let's cut through the BS. The Costa Mesa Downtown Recreation Center is owned by the citizens of Costa Mesa. It is not owned by the Parks and Recreation Commission and it sure as hell isn't owned by people from Santa Ana. It exists to serve the people of Costa Mesa, not people from Santa Ana. If Santa Ana can't accommodate the recreation needs of its residents, it needs to build more facilities.

The Costa Mesa citizens booted out of this center that they own have no comparable alternative location in which to play.
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Friday, June 26, 2009

CM PRESS # 734

WE NEED TO GET THE RIGHT PEOPLE ELECTED TO TURN THIS NATION AROUND
Here's a guy running for Congress in Arizona that might be worth your support.
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NEOCONS FAIL IN ATTEMPT TO OVERTHROW IRANIAN GOVERNMENT

During the recent unrest in Iran, Fox News viewers and Rush Limbaugh audience members were exposed to a constant barrage of calls to support the Iranian people against their government.

The CM PRESS must have seen the same video clip of a small area in one city in Iran at least fifty times as Fox followed their usual pattern of having each new host in their lineup take up the same subject hour after hour.

On the radio, Rush Limbaugh (known as Radio Pudgy to us), also kept calling for the U.S. to intervene in one way or another.

Fortunately, President Obama took the right tack and didn't buy into the mob mentality of the neocon warmongers who have been pushing for an attack on Iran for years.

Now, it appears the riots are over. Why? Because they never were as large or spontaneous as Fox and Limbaugh wanted you to believe.

Link to article about what's next.
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GENDER A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT?

First we were told that race is a social construct, now it's gender.

Oh, by the way, and in keeping with the above, you know that dog you own that you think is a male poodle? Stop being sexist and breedist. It's not male or female and it's also not any breed. You just think it is. It's all just a social construct. All dogs bleed red blood.
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HIGH CANCER RISK IN COSTA MESA
View map and article from the OCR.

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

CM PRESS # 733

LATINO ACTIVIST CHARGED WITH VOTE FRAUD
Where there's smoke there's often fire.

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IS THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION BEING RUN RIGHT? IS IT TIME TO ABOLISH THE COMMISSION AND SAVE MONEY?

By law, Costa Mesa must have a Planning Commission. However, there is no such law requiring a city to have a Parks and Recreation Commission (PRC), and many cities consider such commissions wasteful and don't have them.

The Costa Mesa PRC just costs taxpayers' money (we have to pay these commissioners and the staff--often on overtime--involved with the commission) and they really don't do very much.

In Costa Mesa, the PRC was started by the City Council years ago to handle a few matters that would ordinarily go before the Planning Commission or the City Council.

These days, there are very few items that go before the PRC, but the money we pay to have this commission is still being spent.

Frankly, we think it may be time to do away with the PRC to save money and have matters handled more professionally by the Planning Commission and the City Council.

OUR LATEST BAD EXPERIENCE

Yesterday, the CM PRESS took time from our busy schedule to attend what was billed as a "Study Session" of the PRC. It started at 5:15 PM. We were the only member of the public in attendance and we sat patiently while the commissioners and staff ate food paid for by citizens while discussing various matters of interest to the public.

Finally, at about 5:55 PM, Chairman Kurt Galitski announced that the PRC would now end the Study Session and go into the main chambers for the regularly scheduled PRC meeting.

At this point, we spoke up and said we had some public comments we'd like to make.

Galitski then disrespectfully tried to dismiss us out of hand and we were told there would be no public comments because this was a dinner session.

We pointed out that the public (us) had been notified in writing that this was a Study Session and that at both the City Council and Planning Commission Study Sessions public comments were always welcome. We also asked if Galitski and the others thought we had just come to sit there for almost an hour and watch them eat and mumble.

We even held up the written notice to the public, clearly showing, in bold black ink, that it was a Study Session, but we were still arrogantly denied our right to speak. We persisted some more and we were finally able to address the PRC, but not until some in attendance had left the room and some others had snickered.

WHAT WE SAID

We pointed out the hateful, ignorant and false smears written by a poster who used the name "galitski" in the Daily Pilot. As we were speaking, Chairman Galitski loudly interrupted us and said those were his comments. We think we heard him laugh at this point. We told him that we had the podium and that he shouldn't interrupt, but he still tried to talk over us.

Actually,we were seeking confirmation that he really did write what we saw in the paper and he confirmed it.

We then asked Galitski to publicly state what he was basing his smears on and to tell everyone where he got the false ideas that he presented in his post. He refused and just said that they were his opinions.

We pointed out that they didn't sound like opinions but were presented as though they were facts. We also pointed out that a fact is something that can be proven true or not. We further pointed out that Galitski's alleged "facts" were not true.

SO WHAT'S GOING ON?

It seems to us that this Galitski character is a smug liberal. It also seems to us that many liberals have closed minds and can't or won't distinguish between various shadings of meanings in things said or written by conservatives or others they don't agree with, and take a ham handed approach as they mangle and blur words and concepts to fit their preconceived notions as they attempt to silence and smear those who don't buy their lefty agendas. We don't silence easily.

For example, when we say that Costa Mesa is too illegal alien friendly, or that Costa Mesa's gangs are Latino (a fact supplied by the CMPD) and that we need to rid the city of the gangs, or if we say the Westside needs to be improved to attract upwardly mobile professionals, a none too bright liberal or someone with malice and/or a lefty agenda might try to twist that into us saying that we're trying to chase brown people out of Costa Mesa.

That seems to be the type of twisting that Galitski went through when he wrote his attempted smear of us. We've seen similar things written by a couple of kooks in this city, and Galitski's comments seem to mirror the comments of the kooks almost exactly. Birds of a feather?

Oh, and in his stupid post to the Daily Pilot, Galitski also wrote this: "In fact, you wanted the city to spend more money investigating each and every person of the league to make sure they were not convicts." This is also a total falsehood and the tape of the meeting in question shows that it's false.

We also pointed out that in our observations of Galitski on the commission, that it seems he wants to push things through without thinking them through.

We also noted that Galitski's comments in the Pilot indicate, to us at least, that he lacks the proper temperament, intelligence and maturity to chair the commission. Of course, we also base this view on seeing Galitski's act during some discussions some time ago about some other park matters.

AT THE REGULAR MEETING

After the Study Session, we said similar things at the regular meeting so that we could get Galitski's confirmation on tape that his comments in the Pilot truly were his. He accommodated us.

In addition to the above, it seemed to us that the regular meeting was poorly run by Galitski.

For example, another member of the public had to go to the podium on a point of order because Galitski hadn't properly announced the result of a vote so that people in the audience could tell what had just been voted on. Galitski also tried to silence this member of the public but this citizen also persisted and got a few words in.

Galitski may also have allowed a vote on a matter without taking public comments (we're unclear about this point, because of the poor way the meeting was run).

HOW ABOUT IT CITY COUNCIL?

Is it time to abolish the PRC and save the money?

Do we need this commission? In our tough economic times, wouldn't the money we waste on this commission be better spent elsewhere?

Wouldn't the more professional Planning Commission be able to handle the matters now going to the PRC in a more efficient manner and with some economy of scale?

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

CM PRESS # 732


UPDATE--9:18 PM--6/24/09--PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION APPROVES SANTA ANA GROUP'S USE OF COSTA MESA'S ONLY INDOOR BASKETBALL COURT AND BOOTS COSTA MESA CITIZENS OUT
On a 5-0 vote, the PRC tonight approved the use of the Downtown Recreation Center gymnasium by Santa Ana's Aztec Basketball Leagues on Sundays, on a month to month basis, until such time as the City enters into a partnership agreement with a basketball league to run a Costa Mesa adult basketball league.

The next major steps are to send out requests for proposals to adult basketball leagues (including Aztec); consider the proposals received, and enter into a contract with the league chosen by the City.

The present users of the gymnasium (presumably Costa Mesa residents) will be given notice within the next few days that they're no longer welcome on Sundays, in the facility that they pay for with their taxes, because the leagues from Santa Ana will be using the facility.

Say, maybe Costa Mesa citizens can go to Santa Ana and boot out Santa Ana residents and use their gym? Nah, Santa Ana probably wouldn't buy that. What city would? Oh, yeah.

In a letter submitted to the PRC by Liga Azteca Basketball (aka Aztec Basketball Leagues), 2422 S. Shelton Street, Santa Ana, Ca. 92707, we read the following: "Most of the players are Spanish speakers and many are limited English or non-English speakers."
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CALIFORNIA MUST PAY $ 6.3 MILLION IN LAWSUIT OVER A ROLLING ROAD

Did we mention that the City of Costa Mesa wants to put rubberized asphalt (read quieter and faster travel) on a section of Victoria Street that the CM PRESS now calls Dead Man's Curve because of the accidents and deaths due to speeding and the curve in the road?

You'd think the City would want to slow down traffic at that location and not make it go faster.

Link to California article.

If you don't understand the law of negligence, you may scratch your head about why the State had to pay. If you do understand the law of negligence, you get it completely.
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1,740 NMUSD STUDENTS FAIL TO VERIFY ADDRESSES IN DISTRICT

According to figures received from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, 1, 740 students in the district have failed to verify that they actually live in the district.


The CM PRESS will publish additional information as we receive it, including, hopefully, a breakdown by city and by school.

WHAT THIS MEANS

Almost 10 percent of the students attending school in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa can't prove that they live in the district, and shouldn't be in district schools, yet they have been attending schools in the district.

Not only are students who don't live in the district thus running up school costs, many are getting free or reduced rate breakfasts and lunches paid for by taxpayers, and in Costa Mesa they're getting free after school baby sitting services and recreation activities provided by the City of Costa Mesa.

Another way of looking at this is that if each classroom has 30 students, then these students who can't prove they live in the district are taking up 58 classrooms.
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AZTEC BASKETBALL LEAGUES FROM SANTA ANA ON AGENDA AGAIN TONIGHT

Here's the staff report on the basketball leagues from Santa Ana that staff is recommending replace Costa Mesa residents at the Costa Mesa Downtown Recreation Center on Sundays.

The only change we can see in this agenda from the last one is that Aztec now says it will allow priority registration of Costa Mesans if they want to play in the leagues.

There are still no answers to our questions about how many people are in the leagues, and whether or not there will be hidden costs such as, but not limited to, extra wear and tear to the facilities that Costa Mesa citizens will have to absorb, and whether the parking lot will be so full that Costa Mesans won't be able to use the library and other areas of their Community Center.
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

CM PRESS # 731


TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF COSTA MESA...

North--Santa Ana--Latino gang members being charged with murder.
South--Newport Beach--No Latino gang problems to report, once again.
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KNOW-NOTHING MUMBLES ABOUT COSTA MESA'S BUDGET
Here's the link to a know-nothing column about the budget written by one local Know-Nothing who never seems to tire of showing just how little he knows about everything and who thus provides constant entertainment to locals who can say they're sure glad they're not this guy.

Here are a couple of telling lines from the Know-Nothing's column:

"Monahan and Mayor Mansoor seemed not to care that they were cutting programs that form the fabric of our community."

Programs that form the fabric of our community? Huh? What are those? Never fear, dear intrepid reader, the Know-Nothing has answers. We'll just focus on one of them.

"In addition to many youth after-school [programs suggested to be cut]...."

Oh no, those meanies Monahan and Mansoor tried to cut many youth after-school programs.

Those are the "fabric of our community"? The sky is falling, the sky is falling.

Actually, since this Know-Nothing has never had any children of his own and has never raised any children and thus has never had any children or grandchildren in any of Costa Mesa's schools, or any other schools for that matter, or in any after school programs, we feel safe in saying that he probably knows nothing about what he's talking about--as usual.

Maybe this guy has pet dogs or pet cats and he considers them to be his children and is using them as his knowledge base about human children. Got us.

Our guess is that this guy has never even been on a school campus in his adult life when such programs are operating and has no idea of how the City runs these programs.

Look folks, the fact is that over the years, the City of Costa Mesa has worked hard to find ways to spend all the revenue that has been coming into the City's coffers from South Coast Plaza and other major tax payers in this city as well as the money flowing in from ordinary citizens.

That's the way government works. It will always find ways to spend every penny it can take in and will then complain that it doesn't have enough. And the way the lefties in Costa Mesa have spent this money is on social programs that benefit many suspected illegal aliens instead of spending it on removing the slums in this city and making the city a nicer place for citizens.

Now that there is less money coming in, the City is being asked to cut nanny-state programs that have accumulated over the years and live within a realistic budget.

The budget is just full of lard. After school programs? Check out these programs for yourself as the CM PRESS has done. You'll find that most are just free baby sitting programs for suspected illegal alien parents who let the City watch their kids while the parents stand on street corners looking for day jobs or who otherwise take casual jobs where they get paid under the table.

And, are such programs cutting down on crime--which is one of the claims always made by the know-nothings? Nope. Take a look at Costa Mesa's soaring violent crime rate.

What many of these progams really do is make Costa Mesa more illegal alien friendly and act as magnets attracting people here, for the freebies, who can't afford to live here and who are being subsidized to live here with such programs. This just helps destroy the real fabric of our community and increases the downward spiral.

Who are you going to believe? Gary Monahan has six kids and says we should cut these programs. The Know-Nothing has never had any children but says these programs are the fabric of our community.

Frankly, Costa Mesa has become distorted after years of lefty social thinking in which people are treated like helpless stray cats who are unable to take care of themselves without local government cat-ladies rushing in and taking care of them.

It's time for self-reliance and frugality and it's time to let people move to where they can afford to live instead of trying to subsidize them to live in Costa Mesa.

You want to talk about the fabric of a community? Costa Mesa lefties have woven a nanny state fabric, one strand at a time, over the years that has now given us a fabric that has made Costa Mesa more like an inner city than an Orange County beach close city.

It's time to weave a new fabric that benefits the citizens of this city. This means we need to get rid of the old rotten fabric that has led, in part, to a 35% increase in our violent crime rate and schools that are at third world levels.

It's time to re-think Costa Mesa and put it back on track to being a place where upwardly mobile young families want to be instead of a place that they want to flee.

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Monday, June 22, 2009

CM PRESS # 730

[Don't forget to REFRESH when visiting the CM PRESS for the latest.]
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RAINBOW FAMILY STARTING TO GATHER


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WE GET MAIL ABOUT OCC'S MEDICAL PROGRAMS

Dear CM PRESS:

I saw your recent post regarding the OCC presidential search and our allied health programs and I wanted to share some information with you about the programs:

We have ten programs offered by the OCC School of Allied Health Professions that lead to A.A./A.S. degrees and/or certificates that have a total of seven clinical advisors who are M.D.s. Of those, four are on the medical staff at Hoag Hospital.

Also we have several clinical affiliations with Hoag Hospital where our students do their field work/practicums at Hoag Hospital. Additionally, our students are placed at a variety of other clinical locations throughout Orange County. Because of its proximity, Hoag is one of our long-term partners. Additionally, we have a significant relationship with Memorial Health Services (Long Beach Memorial, Orange Coast Medical Center, Saddleback Hospital) and they actually provide us with funding for a full-time respiratory care instructor to help meet the demand their hospitals have for respiratory care specialists.

The Allied Health Professions that we offer programs in are:

- Cardiovascular Technology

- Dental Assisting

- Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound)

- Emergency Medical Technology

- Medical Assisting

- Neurodiagnostic Technology

- Polysomonography (Sleep Disorders – only program in California)

- Radiology Technology (X-Ray)

- Respiratory Care

- Speech, Language & Pathology Assistants

As to your concerns about the waiting list in some of our programs, you are correct some of the lists are 2-3+ years long. While I understand you believe we should increase the number of faculty/classes that we offer in those programs, I would also ask you to consider that we try to train enough students to meet the need of each field with the idea that students who graduate from our programs will have a reasonable chance of obtaining employment when they graduate. We do this by using surveys, market indicators etc., to determine the needs in each program. If we were graduating twice the number of students in a field for which there were entry level positions, it seems one could question the value of training students for jobs that aren’t available. Anyways something to think about.

Doug Bennett
Executive Director
Orange Coast College Foundation

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SARKOZY SAYS LOSE THE BURQAS


Thongs okay?

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OCC LOOKING FOR NEW PRESIDENT
Here's the published criteria.

As the CM PRESS has written before, we'd like to see someone in charge at OCC who will be sensitive to market driven demands for classes.

Specifically, we've been told that various medical specialities taught at OCC have long waiting lists (2 or 3 years in some cases). If there truly is such a demand, then we think a new president should move fast to increase supply.

We'd also like to see a partnership between OCC and Hoag Hospital and other medical facilities.

And, we'd like to see the new president think outside the campus and open classrooms on the Westside Bluffs and maybe even in Triangle Square in the downtown area.
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BLOGGER TO APPEAR IN COURT
Charged with inciting violence.
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Sunday, June 21, 2009

CM PRESS # 729



A FATHER SPEAKS FROM THE GRAVE ABOUT HIS WORTHLESS SON

Our family, like yours, started millions of years ago with the very start of DNA--the spiral baton of life. We evolved into single cells and then into more complex forms as we passed the baton on to new life, generation after generation.

Today, we are Homo sapiens.

Now, after millions of years of evolution, our family is on the way to extinction.

All the millions of ancestors in our line are now going to die. Why? Because I passed on the baton of our family to a son who is a flaccid eunuch and who has had no children.

This worthless son of mine may mouth meaningless nonsense about honoring me on this father's day, but I disown him as my son. He has dishonored me and all in our line. He is married but has produced no children. In numbers he is thus: 1+1=0. He has not gone forth and multiplied. He has gone forth and subtracted.

Nature gave him one job to do with his life: multiply. He failed. And, in failing, he has failed all his ancestors.

He is a dead end. Now, he's a bitter old man and faces his own end. Good riddance. I wish I had never had him as a son. He is worthless. His life has been without meaning and without purpose.
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HAPPY FATHER'S DAY TO THOSE WHO UNDERSTAND THAT THE FIRST COMMANDMENT WRITTEN IN NATURE IS TO GO FORTH AND MULTIPLY YOUR KIND AND NOT BE A DEAD END.


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Friday, June 19, 2009

CM PRESS # 728


U.S. SENDS DESTROYER TO INTERCEPT NORTH KOREAN SHIP


OUR TAKE ON THIS:

The North Korean Navy is considered a brown-water force with smaller ships that mostly stay within 50 miles of the shore. Our guess is that the Kang Nam will hug the shore and that the North Koreans will send out some of their smaller ships and subs to try to stop the USS John McCain from boarding the Kang Nam. It also wouldn't surprise us if North Korea began massing troops along the border with South Korea to raise the stakes. It's a game of chicken and face saving. One wrong move on either side and the new Korean war might start.
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DUI CHECKPOINT NEAR MONAHAN'S AGAIN
The Costa Mesa Police Department will be conducting a sobriety / driver license checkpoint on Tuesday evening, June 20, 2009, from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. The checkpoint will be located northbound Newport Boulevard, at 22 nd Street.
The cops could save some gas expenses if they just stood at Monahan's door and checked everyone leaving. We wonder if Monahan loses any business as a result of these frequent DUI checkpoints near his joint.
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"Having small kids, I never feel unsafe being out there [in Irvine], even at night," said Ana Camargo. "When I drive to Costa Mesa or Santa Ana it is a different world."

The above is from an article in the OCR (here) that claims to have the answers as to why Irvine is the safest city in the nation.

Hey Costa Mesans, how does it feel to once again be lumped in with Santa Ana?

Most of the article is BS and has the police taking credit for the low crime because of their wonderful policing and City officials taking credit for the low crime because of their wonderful governance.

Still, there is some truth in the article. Read down to comments from Irvine's Police Chief where he talks about not having any territorial gangs (read, no Latino gangs) in the city and how the cops focus in on certain areas whenever graffiti shows up.

The real reason for the low crime in Irvine has to do with demographics and the fact that the city has no slums that dumb-ass city officials let fester year after year after year, as in Costa Mesa, and which become the safe havens and habitats for territorial gangs.
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KNOW-NOTHINGS NOW WORRIED ABOUT DENSITY

(It's just the latest scare attempt by the status quo bunch to try to stop improvement of the Westside)

The flaccid eunuch and the other know-nothings are now whining that the Planning Commission is allowing too much density on the Westside Bluffs and, in their (uninformed) opinions, this will ruin the Westside. Ruin the Westside? Are they nuts? You know the answer. Most of these whiners have never built anything in their lives and some have never even owned any real estate or run their own businesses.

The first thing folks have to understand is that a little extra density is not necessarily a bad thing. "Density," per se, is not the problem.

Some of the most expensive properties and best neighborhoods around the planet are a lot more dense than anything possible on the Bluffs. The problem with density is when it is downscale density.

If you put up cheap barracks style apartment buildings with no amenities and you pack them with people who double up to make their rent payments you'll end up with density problems.

You'll get slums. Think Shalimar, an area near Wilson, the Fillmore-Coolidge slum, the slum in Mesa del Mar.

If you put up buildings with modern amenities and near the ocean or in desirable areas where you can sell them as condos to upwardly mobile people, you won't have density problems.

Check out some of the dense high rises in Beverly Hills. Many of those buildings used to be apartment buildings and they've been converted to condos. Some of those condos in those buildings sell for millions of dollars. Do you think those buildings are slums?

The second thing folks need to know is that the Westside Bluffs are stagnant.

The Westside Bluffs should be the best part of Costa Mesa, and they should be attracting upwardly mobile young professionals who want a beach-close lifestyle but who can't afford Newport Beach.

The third thing folks have to know is that developers aren't in the charity business. They need to make a profit. So, how does the City attract small lot developers to take a risk and build on the Westside Bluffs to help revitalize the Westside?

It's by doing what it is doing. It relaxes some rules, it reaches out to small lot developers, and it gives these developers an economic incentive by allowing them to build a little more densely and thus turn a profit on small lots that would not ordinarily turn a profit.

The present plan as outlined above is the alternative to putting the whole area in a redevelopment zone and using eminent domain to bulldoze the Bluffs and much of the Westside. This was hashed out in many meetings of CRAC, WROC and Westside Improvers.

Some of the same know-nothings who are now whining about density are the same ones who whined about possible eminent domain. These people just don't want the Westside to improve. They want it to remain slum central. Ignore these buffoons. Evolution happens, and it's going to happen on the Westside Bluffs.

WHAT WILL THE FUTURE WESTSIDE BLUFFS LOOK LIKE?

If things go as envisioned, the Westside Bluffs will evolve to be an eclectic mix of lofts, condos, small stores, and light industrial units and will become an artsy-craftsy somewhat bohemian destination location that will bring visitors and money to the Westside and help the area prosper.
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BLACK GUY CLAIMS COP USED A RACIAL EXPLETIVE IN SHOOTING INCIDENT
Ho hum. Read the story HERE and see what you think.
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Thursday, June 18, 2009

CM PRESS # 727

KNOW-NOTHINGS SPECULATE ABOUT IN-N-OUT

You can say one thing about that flaccid eunuch and the other know-nothings: they're sure stupid.

Among other things, we're hearing and seeing a lot of speculation about whether or not In-N-Out will take the former Kaplan's Deli location on Harbor after the Planning Commission put some reasonable conditions on the use of the property.

We're even seeing some know-nothings pointing fingers at the Planning Commission and saying that they're blowing the chance of In-N-Out opening at that location.

What a bunch of nonsense.

Anyone who knows anything about site selection for fast feeders (as we say in the trade) knows that the Kaplan location is almost a 100 percent location for such an operation.

Here's just a few reasons why In-N-Out is going to take this site and would take it even if more conditions were put on them:

1. It's upstream of McDonalds and near Burger King and other fast feeders.
2. It's the first restaurant one will hit after exiting the 405.
3. Traffic on Harbor at that location is heavy.
4. It'll get lunch trade from the law school and industrial area to the north.
5. It's near a school and active sports fields.
6. It backs up to a motel and to a residential neighborhood for walk-in trade.

There's more, but that's enough for now. Once this unit opens, it wouldn't surprise us if it quickly becomes one of the highest grossing stores in the chain.
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TO OUR NORTH AND TO OUR SOUTH...

North--Santa Ana--Latino gang members attack man in his front yard. LINK

South--Newport Beach--No Latino gang attacks in Newport Beach again today.
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ISRAELI ARMY BEATING AND TORTURING CHILDREN?
Some soldiers coming forward with details of attacks on very young children.
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BAD MR. GRAFFITI

The CM PRESS is getting reports from folks on the Westside about more Latino gang graffiti in the area.

And, at the City Council meeting this week, a Councilmember spoke about the "graffiti problem."

With all due respect to the Councilmember, Costa Mesa does not have a graffiti problem. It has a Latino gang problem.

We do not live in a Disneyesque world where inanimate objects have personalities and intelligence. No, the forks and spoons in your kitchen do not suddenly come alive at night and dance around the place. But, I digress.

By not seeing the human element involved, successive City Councils have never ended the graffiti in this city. All the Councils have done is spend more tax money to rush out and cover up the graffiti which is usually replaced within a few hours.

Graffiti is the symptom. It is not the disease itself.

Rid this city of the gangs which, according to police reports, are almost exclusively Latino and which infest the slums on the Westside, Mesa North and Mesa del Mar and the graffiti will go away and our crime rate will drop.

Just keep treating the symptoms and Costa Mesa will never be able to stop the graffiti or lower the extremely high violent crime rate in this city.

As we've written many times, the way to proceed is as follows:

1. Have the CMPD prepare a scatter map (read, pin map) showing the locations where gang members live, where violent crimes occur and where graffiti is found. We believe the map will show just a few well defined areas where the problems originate. We also believe that these well defined areas will have rows and rows of barracks style apartment buildings that are functionally obsolete.

2. Then, concentrate on thinning out the slum apartment buildings in those areas and in ensuring that the apartments that remain are not overcrowded. And, at the same time, step up policing in those areas. Thinning out the slum apartment buildings will give us long term relief, while the stepped up policing will give us some short term help with violent crime and graffiti.

The mistake the City is now making, in addition to thinking that graffiti is the problem and not just a symptom, is in thinking it can make nice with gang members and give them activities and freebies and the problems will go away.

The City also wrongly believes that the functionally obsolete apartment buildings can remain and will somehow magically turn into places that will attract upwardly mobile people. This is nonsense. The functionally obsolete apartment buildings need to be razed.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

CM PRESS # 726


RECIPE FOR CRETON (Quebecois in New England call this Gorton/Corton--the first letter sounds like a combination of G and C and the n is almost silent). Addictive when spread on crackers.
Link Lose the ginger, mes amis, and you'll have Corton like we had while growing up.
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STORE CLERK MURDERED; CUSTOMERS KEEP SHOPPING
Keep telling yourself that diversty is our strength.
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OBAMA WANTS A LIGHT TOUCH (?)
Hmmmm.

If Obama wants to turn the U.S. economy around, he's going to have to encourage the re reindustrialization of the country.

The best way to do this is to free up states and individual entrepreneurs by rolling back decades of stultifying regulations. Let the states and businesses decide what's best with just a minimum of federal oversight. Let each state become what it wants to become.

If some states want to have factories galore and they prosper as a result, they will draw workers to them who will also prosper. If other states want to be garden like states with no industry, then let them try this. If they prosper, they'll draw people there. If they don't prosper, they'll change.

In very short order, those states and those entrepreneurs with the best survival strategies will rise to the top and others will follow suit. The nation will then prosper.

It's called evolution. And, yes, principles of natural selection and survival of the fittest work in human societies just as they work in so-called lower animals and plants. At the present time, the U.S. has thrown out the natural laws of nature and has built an artificial and unsustainable gingerbread society.
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MAY NOT TAKE MUCH TO START NEW KOREAN WAR
North Korea not backing down.

It's inevitable that North Korea will at some point invade the south. The question is when. Our guess is that the North Koreans would prefer it after it convinces the world that it has sufficient nukes and delivery systems to make outside help for South Korea too costly to outside nations.

As we previously wrote, the North Koreans are playing a face saving game with much of the present rhetoric and know that their nation--their mainland--will not be directly attacked by other nations as things now stand.

However, it appears that events may move to a kindling point as a result of the Obama administration saying it will enforce a blockade of North Korea. This could be the match that starts the war as the North Koreans are backed into a corner. One miscalculation on either side could start a hot conflict and the invasion of South Korea.

If this occurs, we wouldn't be surprised if China uses the opportunity to retake Taiwan.
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VERMONT VILLAGE SCHOOL CLOSES AFTER 208 YEARS
The real story is that whites aren't producing enough children.
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NATURE ENGINEERS WHAT WORKS AND ELIMINATES WHAT DOESN'T
Scientists show that fish learn like humans.
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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

CM PRESS # 725

NEW MUTANT VARIETY OF SWINE FLU DISCOVERED
This one identified in Brazil. Nature constantly tinkers with DNA to offer a chance of survival and evolution for all life forms.
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NEWSPAPER MAY BE FORCED TO REVEAL IDENTITIES OF ANONYMOUS POSTERS

One anonymous coward called U.S. Assistant District Attorney J. Gregory Damm, a "socialist, fascist Mormon" and a "Nazi moron," in a post. Damm may soon learn the identity of the coward. Ooops, the coward is probably already soiling himself.

In addition to the real names of posters, Damm is asking for the writers' gender, birth date, physical address, telephone number, Internet service provider, IP address and credit card numbers.

Link to article.

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WHITES BEING SLAUGHTERED IN SOUTH AFRICA
Truth of the genocide starting to slip into lefty newspapers.
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Monday, June 15, 2009

CM PRESS # 724

HATE GROUPS ARE ALWAYS THEIR GROUPS AND NEVER YOUR GROUPS
Former OC resident says (HERE) grandfather was a prominent member of a number of Zionist hate groups.
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MORE RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY AND PERSECUTION
This time it's in France and against the Scientologists.
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MORE LATINO GANG GRAFFITI IN MESA NORTH TODAY
Large white graffiti on wooden fence on Paularino Ave. across from Paularino Elementary School
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GREAT WHITE MOTHERS AND GREAT WHITE FATHERS AT IT AGAIN IN AUSTRALIA
Read about the latest wrong way to help people here.

In the past, the Great White Mothers and Great White Fathers stole Aborigine children and tried to force them to be brown skinned white people. Now, they're at it again as they once again go about trying to "help" people in the wrong way.
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ARABS SAY ISRAEL IS RACIST
As we wrote before, the sticking point in the Israel/Palestinian conflict is the fact that Israel wants the Palestinians (and, by extension, all Arabs) to accept Israel as a "Jewish" state. Now, as you read (here), President Mubarak of Egypt says that no Arab nations will accept that condition.

So, where is this all headed and why is this important to us in the U.S.? Everything is connected and the planet is on a war trajectory that will be difficult to change. If you have a short view of history and don't understand some of the natural laws of existence, you won't understand why.

But here are a few clues as to where everything is headed.

Nuclear weapons and long range missiles are no longer difficult for almost any industrial nation to produce. Attempts by the U.S. to stop "progress" by other nations in these areas are going to fail as surely as if we tried to prevent other nations from acquiring fire. All we can hope to do is slow down the development of such weapons until such time as everyone on the planet just gets along. LOL. Don't count on that happening. That's not the way the natural laws of existence work.

Evolution is working itself out in human events as surely as it does in everything else. Events that we're seeing in the Middle East and in Asia are predictable.

The problems for Israel are compounded by the fact that President Obama is taking a more even handed approach to the Middle East than any president in memory. And,when Arabs claim that Israel is "racist," this may redound with Obama, more than with previous presidents, in subtle ways that may not be good for Israel.

All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;


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IN-N-OUT THE HOT ITEM ON CITY COUNCIL AGENDA TOMORROW
(Stock photo)

In-N-Out has appealed (here) certain conditions placed by the Planning Commission on their proposed restaurant at the 405 and Harbor off ramp now occupied by the shuttered Kaplan's Deli.

The important conditions involve the construction of walls and possible drainage work and cooperation with Caltrans. In part, In-N-Out says the conditions are too open ended. If the Council overturns the ruling of the Planning Commission, Costa Mesa citizens may eventually have to bear the cost of the work that the Planning Commission believes should be borne by In-N-Out.

The CM PRESS believes that the Planning Commission conditions should be allowed to stand.


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Sunday, June 14, 2009

CM PRESS # 723

NORTH KOREA THREATENS NUKE WAR
Don't jump into your fall out shelters. It's a psychological face saving game and an attempt by the North Koreans to call the world's bluff. The North Koreans know there is no chance of a U.S. or U.N. attack on North Korea. Every time the U.S. and the U.N. raise the stakes, the North Koreans see them and raise them some more. It looks as though the Obama administration is getting the message and seems to be toning down their comments.
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NETANYAHU DEFIES OBAMA
Next move is Obama's.
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Saturday, June 13, 2009

CM PRESS # 722

YOU ARE THE LATEST LINK IN A CHAIN. IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN, THE CHAIN GOES ON. IF YOU DON'T, YOU'RE AN EVOLUTIONARY DEAD END.

1 You
2 parents
4 grandparents
8 great grandparents
16 gg grandparents
32 ggg grandparents
64 gggg grandparents
128 ggggg grandparents
256 gggggg grandparents
512 ggggggg grandparents
1,024 gggggggg grandparents
2,048 ggggggggg grandparents
4,096 gggggggggg grandparents
8,192 ggggggggggg grandparents
16,184 gggggggggggg grandparents
32,768 ggggggggggggg grandparents
65,536 gggggggggggggg grandparents
131,072 ggggggggggggggg grandparents
262,144 gggggggggggggggg grandparents
524,288 ggggggggggggggggg grandparents
1,048,576 gggggggggggggggggg grandparents
2,097,152 ggggggggggggggggggg grandparents
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ANOTHER ATTEMPTED SMEAR FROM A SAD LITTLE MAN

We generally try not to respond too sharply to smears and whining from individuals who have, ah, issues, and who may not be intellectually top flight. But, from time to time we need to set the record straight.

Here's the latest attempted smear from this character Geoff West that appears in the Daily Pilot following a column we wrote this past week:

Geoff West wrote on Jun 12, 2009 3:54 PM:

" cmdude, one more time.. the issue before the Parks & Rec. Commission was NOT the Aztec Basketball League - it was the change in use of the facility. Millard made the Aztec Basketball League the issue. He wouldn't have gotten out of his easy chair at home if the applicant had been, for example, the Irish Basketball League or the Aryan Basketball League. "

WRONG. How childish. Actually, we would have had questions no matter what the name of the league was if it came from outside Costa Mesa (as does this one) and was going to replace Costa Mesa residents in a Costa Mesa owned facility built and maintained for Costa Mesa citizens with Costa Mesa citizen taxes and fees.

There are really three major issues (and some minor ones) in this that concern us and which we think should concern all Costa Mesa residents. And, again, these issues have nothing at all to do with the name of the leagues, but the fact that they're not from Costa Mesa.

1. Since Costa Mesa residents pay for facilities such as the Downtown Recreation Center, shouldn't they get to use the facilities and not be booted out so groups from other cities can use them? Aren't we always told that we need more recreation facilities and aren't we told that we have to have our fees raised and have to accept new taxes to pay for the "services"we want as Costa Mesa residents? If so, then why are we even considering renting out our facilities to people from other cities?

2. When we looked into this with just a few simple questions, we were surprised to learn that the City of Costa Mesa does not act like a responsible landlord and doesn't even require a rental application as any responsible landlord in the private sector would. Remember, this facility is owned by the citizens of Costa Mesa and the city government is supposed to be looking out for our best interests.

3. City Staff often puts various things in front of the City Council, the Planing Commission and the Parks and Recreation Commission and just expects these bodies to rubber stamp whatever is put in front of them. We don't like this.

Since some of us believe in citizen oversight of local government and since we want to see a nicer Costa Mesa, we often review what is going before these bodies.

Recently, for example, and just to make the point that we ask questions about many things before City bodies, the CM PRESS discovered there were a few words buried deep in a staff report about the Westside that would have effectively stopped any improvement there. We started asking questions and brought our concerns to the attention of the City Council and the Planning Commission. Changes were then made. These few words would have reversed the intent of the recommendations made by the City Council empowered committees that had worked so hard on documents for the revitalization of the Westside.

So, those are the facts.

Maybe we have it wrong. What do you think?

Maybe Costa Mesa residents should be booted out of facilities that their taxes pay for so people who don't live in Costa Mesa can use those facilities.

Maybe the City shouldn't require prospective tenants to supply any information and just rent to anyone who says they want to rent a city owned facility if they have the money.

Maybe the City Council, the Planning Commission and the Parks and Recreation Commission shouldn't ask staff questions and should just rubber stamp everything that is put in front of them.

Again, what do you think?
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TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF US...

NORTH--Santa Ana--Man carjacked and robbed.

SOUTH--Newport Beach--No one carjacked or robbed in Newport Beach again today.
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FORGET THAT RUBBERIZED ASPHALT IN FRONT OF BEVER'S JOINT
Michigan counties tearing up asphalt and replacing with gravel. Big savings.
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SWINE FLU AT VICTORIA SCHOOL ON WESTSIDE
Daily Pilot incorrectly calls Victoria a High School. It's not. It's a grade school.
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CM PRESS # 787

"BOO HOO HOO"-NEW JERSEY COLLEGE FIRES BLACK PROFESSOR WHO MADE RACIST ANTI-WHITE REMARKS Another victory for Whites as more and...