Monthly Archives: November 2010

Rep. Royce battles for finance chairmanship

By Martin Wisckol | Orange County Register Rep. Ed Royce’s effort to win the chairmanship of the key Financial Services Committee means he’s trying to convince fellow Republicans that he’s better for the job than Alabama Rep. Spencer Bachus, the … Continue reading

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Supervisors will study giving up pensions at Nelson’s urging

By Norberto Santana, Jr. | Voice of OC Newly elected Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson made another baby step Tuesday toward his goal of eliminating taxpayer-funded pensions for elected officials. He talked his colleagues into forming an ad-hoc committee to … Continue reading

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Understanding your property tax bill

By Jon Coupal | President, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association This fall has been especially frightening. There have been the little monsters at our doors on Halloween, the monstrous politicians invading our homes through the television, and there has been that … Continue reading

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Last-minute Voter Guide

By Jack Dean  | President of FACT We at FACT are not convinced that endorsements play a major role in influencing how people vote. But since I’ve been asked by several people to indicate which candidates are favored by FACT … Continue reading

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