MOORLACH UPDATE — Thankfulness — November 23, 2017

With a recent news report detailing how certain reporters are actually paid (bribed) by groups to publish biased articles, thus validly earning the “fake news” moniker, I am thankful to see the OC Register still providing editorial pieces that speak truth to power with the submission below.

The overriding theme is that certain people do not want you to know the real truth. Up until just a week or two ago, I’m sure Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra did not want you to know about his sexual harassment history in the State Capitol. In fact, his Democrat colleagues also did not want you to know about it, as they supported him over the incumbent Democrat Assemblywoman last year (so much about being the Party that supports women in elected positions). Regretfully, he was elected and is the author of Assembly Bill 1455, the focus of the editorial submission below.

The legislator who “squashed” Civic Openness in Negotiations (COIN) is Democrat State Senator Tony Mendoza, who also does not want to be very transparent, as recent news accounts have shown. Three women have already come forward with serious complaints, as this new “Harvey Weinstein Era” unfolds.

Not wanting transparency is the mandate of public employee unions and their purchased Democratic legislators in Sacramento. I’m not amused. So I have recently added a weekly podcast to my messaging portfolio. See “What Sacramento Doesn’t Want You To Know” a brief monologue where I hold back no punches at

For a recent tutorial on this topic, also see MOORLACH UPDATE — Secretive and Expensive Union Deals — November 3, 2017.

BONUS: You are cordially invited to our Annual Christmas Open House on December 6th, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 940 South Coast Drive, Costa Mesa, Suite 185. Also see MOORLACH UPDATE — Happy Thanksgiving — November 22, 2017.

To RSVP, contact Deborah Sandoval at Deborah.Sandoval or 714–662–0550. Dress is Christmas casual, which means if you wear a Reyn Spooner Christmas shirt, you’ll be provided with extra refreshments.


Secret union negotiations aren’t in the best interest of taxpayers

The Capitol building as viewed from the west side in the morning in the city of Sacramento.

By Kerry Jackson

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