OCDA Honors Pioneer and DNA Evidence Expert Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill

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Date: May 26, 2016
OCDA HONORS PIONEER AND DNA EVIDENCE EXPERT ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY CAMILLE HILL WHO PASSED AWAY SUDDENLY LAST FRIDAY
SANTA ANA, Calif. - The Orange County District Attorney's Office (OCDA) wishes to honor life and achievements of the prolific DNA expert and head of the OCDA DNA Unit, Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill, who passed away suddenly last Friday, May 20, 2016. "The OCDA, Orange County, and the state of California have been grateful beneficiaries of the talent, passion, and knowledge of Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill," said District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.

UCI Conservatives Crash “Campus Safe Space”

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May 31 2016
Contact: UCI College Republican Membership Director
Cody Hale halec@uci.edu

 
UCI Conservatives Crash “Campus Safe Space”
Members of the College Republicans Distribute Baby Pacifiers To Fellow Studensts
Challenge Liberals to Hear Visiting Speaker and Engage in Open Civil Debate
June 2 at 5:00 UCI LGBT Resource Center/ Cross Cultural Center
UCI – Members of the UCI College Republicans are aggressively combating “Political Correctness” by distributing 100 infant baby pacifiers at a school Administration directed “safe zone training” event that was created in response to the club bringing conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos to campus. “Leftists have killed Traditional Liberalism on American campuses.  This new hyper form of Political Correctness has transformed college students into petulant 6 year olds who, when challenged with an opposing point of view, throw temper tantrums or lock themselves in their rooms to suck their thumbs, “ said Mitchell Stern, UCI College Republican Treasurer

“These so called Safe Spaces are an anathema to free expression and are a not so vailed form of ‘totalitarian group think’ where ideological deviation is not tolerated and outside opinions are to be destroyed, not challenged.

OC GOP Elected Officials Demand Security Protection For Conservative Homosexual Speaker and Students at UCI

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May 27 2016

Contact:  UCI College Republican President
Ariana Rowlands 949 395-8704

 
OC GOP Elected Officials Demand Security Protection FOR Conservative Homosexual Speaker and Students at University of California, Irvine
Conservative Speaker/Author Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Dangerous Faggot” Tour Targeted for Disruption by Liberal Activists at UCI
Speech Set for June 2 at 7pm at Social Sciences Plaza A 1100 at UC Irvine
Orange County CA -  Republican Elected officials called on the administration of the University of Irvine to provide security protestation for Conservative Speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos. Members of the County’s Republican elected officials praised the courage of the College Republicans for hosting the controversial speaker and strongly condemned Political Correctness, ‘Trigger Warnings’, and ‘Safe Spaces’ for destroying academic freedom. “The extreme form of political correctness on college campuses isn’t just silly it’s a real threat to American principles.

Tomorrow: Teamsters Local 952 Press Conference on HUD Policies and OC Homelessness

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Quirk-Silva Denounces Politician Trump Using Hate Speech for Personal Political Gain

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May 25, 2016                                                        (916) 201-9636

 
QUIRK-SILVA DENOUNCES POLITICIAN TRUMP USING HATE SPEECH FOR PERSONAL POLITICAL GAIN
FULLERTON, CA—In response to his visit to Orange County today, full-time classroom teacher and 65th Assembly District candidate Sharon Quirk-Silva today denounced presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for his past and continued hate speech targeting wide segments of society. “Donald Trump represents the kind of huckster politician that has no place in a civil democracy,” said Quirk-Silva. “He is another in a long line of political bullies who pits one group against another for his own gain.

Orange County Business Journal Named California Small Business of the Year

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016                                                                        Amanda.Smith@sen.ca.gov

Orange County Business Journal Named California Small Business of the Year

Senator Moorlach Joins OCBJ Editor in Celebrating OCBJ's Recognition as Small Business of the Year from California’s 37th Senate District

Jerry Sullivan, Editor of Orange County Business Journal, left, and Senator John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa)

 

(Sacramento) – Senator John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa) today joined the California Small Business Association (CSBA) in honoring the Orange County Business Journal(OCBJ) as the 2016 Small Business of the Year from the 37th Senate District. OCBJ Editor Jerry Sullivan joined Senator Moorlach at the CSBA awards luncheon in Sacramento and accepted OCBJ's award on behalf of Chief Executive and Publisher Richard Reisman. The ceremony's featured speakers included President Pro Tem Kevin de León, Senate Minority Leader Jean Fuller, Speaker Anthony Rendon, Assembly Minority Leader Chad Mayes, and Insurance Commissioner Jones.