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Anaheim School Trustee Juan Alvarez: People Who Didn’t Vote For Bernie Are “Greedy, Racist, Sexist”

When socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders ended his quest for the Democratic presidential nomination last week, it prompted much wailing and gnashing of teeth from his fervent base of revolutionary progressives. Many of the Bernie Bros on Orange County also hold elected offices in Anaheim, Santa Ana and Garden Grove. Juan Alvarez was especially out-out by the demise of the Sanders’ ...

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UPDATED: AESD Trustee Juan Alvarez Calls For Demolishing The Border Wall, Wants “No Borders”

[UDPATED 5:15 p.m. on November 11: shortly after this article was published, Alvarez removed the Facebook post below.] Following a visit to Tijuana and the border wall, Anaheim Elementary School District Trustee Juan Alvarez posted on Facebook that “the wall needs to be torn down,” promising to use his “privilege” to fight for “no borders.” Alvarez is a math teacher ...

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AESD Trustees Magcalas, Alvarez Want To “Defund” School Safety Officers

Are campus safety officers “bullies in blue”? Are they part of a “school-to-prison” pipeline? A manifestation of “systemic racism” that victimizes minority students? Some elected members of the Anaheim Elementary School District Board of Trustees think so. Trustee Juan Alvarez co-authored a June 8 op-ed in the Voice of OC advocating “defunding” campus safety officers, calling them “repressive” and “contributing ...

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Al Jabbar Holds Anaheim City Council Campaign Fundraiser…In Irvine

On November 7, Al Jabbar held a fundraiser for his Anaheim City Council campaign…in Irvine. Jabbar is a member of the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD) Board of Education and is running for the open District 3 council seat that is currently represented by his close friend and political ally Jose F. Moreno. Generally speaking, invites to campaign fundraisers ...

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Council Candidate Randle-Trejo Supports Largest Property Tax Increase In California History

Annemarie Randle-Trejo is running for Anaheim City Council in District 4. She works part-time for the Anaheim Elementary School District and sits on the Anaheim Union High School District Board of Education.  She’s also adamantly in favor of Proposition 15, which would enact the largest property tax increase in state history. Prop. 15 partially repeals the landmark Proposition 13 (passed ...

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The Paranoid Style In Progressive Anaheim Politics

Does this sound like something a reasonable person would say?: Would a reasonable person entertain seriously the possibility that when a wide swatch (and likely majority) of Orange Countians to re-open the schools, it is really a deliberate conspiracy to commit genocide? Of course not. What’s most unsettling part is this isn’t the social media ranting of some random crackpot. ...

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When Ideology Impersonates History

Councilman Jose F. Moreno frequently shares agit-prop history from the Zinn Education Project, a left-wing initiative aimed at teaching students that American history is a chronicle of oppression, injustice, racism and genocide. Last week, Moreno shared a Zinn article about the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which formally ended the Mexican-American War. The principal terms of the treaty: ...

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James Carville Has Some Advice For Al Jabbar

In an interview with Vox.com, Veteran Democratic strategist James Carville has some advice for Al Jabbar, the Anaheim Union High School District trustee, supervisorial staffer and progressive fire-breather. OK – Carvill isn’t directing it personally at Jabbar, but it is applicable nonetheless. Earlier this week, we published video of Jabbar pumping up a group of fellow Berniecrats by talking about ...

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Anaheim Elementary School Board Endorses Ballot Initiative To Raise Property Taxes

At its October 23 meeting, the Anaheim Elementary School District Board of Education voted unanimously for a resolutions of support for a proposed ballot initiative that would strip Proposition 13 protections from commercial property. If the initiative qualifies for the ballot and passes, it would result in massive increases in commercial property taxes, which would be passed on to small ...

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