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  • Dana Rohrabacher on Russia-Ukraine crisis: 'Putin is not Satan'

    Dana Rohrabacher on Russia-Ukraine crisis: 'Putin is not Satan'
    WASHINGTON -- A California congressman who once arm-wrestled Vladimir Putin is taking an unusual stand on the crisis in Ukraine. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a Republican from Orange County, was among a handful of lawmakers who voted against loan guarantees...
  • Rackauckas seeks fifth term as D.A.

     Rackauckas seeks fifth term as D.A.
    Orange County Dist. Atty. Tony Rackauckas on Thursday filed the necessary paperwork to seek a fifth term. The county's top prosecutor also recently raised $418,000 at a gala at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach attended by hundreds who turned out...
  • Michelle Steel files campaign papers

    Michelle Steel raised her right hand Monday afternoon and over Top 40 radio music vowed to uphold the laws of the United States. She also pledged that the information in the stack of documents she had just pushed over the counter of the Orange County...
  • Mansoor, Steel trade conservative credentials

    Mansoor, Steel trade conservative credentials
    Two candidates for county supervisor met in Costa Mesa on Thursday evening to debate issues ranging from taxation to immigration law. State Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) and state Board of Equalization Vice Chairwoman Michelle Steel spoke...
  • Biz News: F&M Bank opens in Corona del Mar

    Biz News: F&M Bank opens in Corona del Mar
    A new Farmers & Merchants Bank opened with a Roaring '20s-themed party Jan. 30 in Corona del Mar. The event featured vintage cars, a red carpet lined with "clamoring paparazzi," newsies, jazz singers and appetizers, according to a news release. About...
  • Letters From the Editor: 2014's Feet to the Fire Forum series should sizzle

    When Orange County Register columnist Barbara Venezia and I met four years ago at the Balboa Yacht Club, we began an unlikely friendship. I say unlikely because we worked for competing papers. And she, to put it mildly, was as outgoing as her red hair...
  • Mailbag: Living, minimum wages are different matters

    I was heartened to read Paul Leon's commentary about the Illumination Foundation's work with the homeless; it is a good cause ["Commentary: Article mischaracterized foundation-city relationship," Jan. 17]. However, I think there is one portion of the...
  • Commentary: Rohrabacher's climate-change position is alarming

    U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's continuous rejection of the science of human-caused climate change puts our economy, national security and children at risk. If he does not change his position, it is time for the voters of his district to replace him....
  • Venezia: Let's have fun dissecting campaign mailers

    Venezia: Let's have fun dissecting campaign mailers
    The June primary is about three weeks away, and mailboxes are brimming with candidate mailers. I'm oddly fascinated with them. Interestingly, these mailers are double-edged swords. Bombard voters with too many and you run the risk of turning them...
  • Council candidates announce some endorsements

    Council candidates announce some endorsements
    One in a series of occasional stories noting City Council candidates' endorsements leading up to November's general election. City Council candidates Michele Hall and Robert Zur Schmiede have received endorsements from current council members, according...
  • Mailbag: Building a new senior center is the will of the voters

    Re: "How can a new senior center be justified," (May 15): The justification is that the people voted in favor of the new senior center and its location in Huntington Beach Central Park. Eight years ago, the Huntington Beach City Council voted to put...