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Dana Rohrabacher

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  • Mailbag: Board should care more about residents than bees

    Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly and bees gotta sting. And if you live in the Huntington Landmark Senior Citizens Community, the latter is especially true. After a yearlong battle, the residents finally got our board of directors to move the beehives...
  • Anaheim convention will address U.S. policy on Iran

    Anaheim convention will address U.S. policy on Iran
    Hundreds of Iranian Americans are expected to attend a convention in Anaheim on Saturday that will explore the current state of Iranian politics after the election of new president Hassan Rouhani. Rouhani, 64, a cleric considered a moderate pragmatist,...
  • Capitelli declares Costa Mesa council run

    Capitelli declares Costa Mesa council run
    A district representative for U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) has declared his candidacy for the Costa Mesa City Council. Tony Capitelli, 28, said Monday that he intends to run during the November 2014 general election. He is the first...
  • Mailbag: Peninsula cabs are taking too much parking

    Those of you who frequent the Newport Beach Pier area have no doubt seen a significant increase in the number of cabs waiting to pick up fares. These customers are shopping or eating at all the great businesses in the area. The good news is business is...
  • Local and national issues raised at Meet the Mayor event

    At Saturday morning's Meet the Mayor question-and-answer session, Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry fielded complaints on everything from noisy motorcycles to speeding bicycles, but a certain question piqued his interest. "How can young people help with...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa has forgotten its core strengths

    Re. "Police: Politics harming recruitment," (Aug. 9): Wow, this is reasonably upsetting, especially since Cost Mesa has so much potential to earn funds to pay for its employees and bring the community together at the same time. Costa Mesa is one of the...
  • Mailbag: Placed hives help control bees at Landmark

    We live at the Huntington Landmark. We love the landscaping, especially the flowering trees and bushes. We even love the bees. The bees are here at Landmark because of all the plants and flowers, many of which would not exist without the bees. The bees...
  • Mailbag: Yacht critics are just mega-jealous

    I found a pretty good spot to take some photos of a yacht in Newport Harbor that some people say is too big for its britches. The yacht, known as the Invictus and owned by billionaire Rick Caruso, stretches out an impressive 216 feet from dawn to dusk,...
  • Californians balance support of Obama, anti-Syria strike stance

    WASHINGTON — The issue of Syria has scrambled the usual political alliances that have long defined California’s members of Congress, even as President Obama and delegation leaders seek to persuade them to side with him. Backing their party&...
  • Commentary: Global warming activism appears 'contrived'

    Re. "Climate-change science is immune to politics," Mailbag, (Sept. 3): Letter writer Jamie Dow claims science has proven man-made global warming and that this conclusion has nothing to do with politics. I believe she is mistaken. Most of the reports...
  • New mayor known for strong stands

    New mayor known for strong stands
    In Matthew Harper's nearly three years on the Huntington Beach City Council, he has built a reputation as conservative, pro-business and unfraid to put in his 2 cents. He always comes to the meetings prepared, whether he intends to speak for or...