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The aim of this blog is to fit into the blogosphere like the bracingly tart taste of yogurt fits between the boringly bland and the unspeakably vile.
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Monday, September 30, 2013
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Used a red fish . . .
Not just Nazi tactics
Two groups, different tactics
Use the tactics manipulate not convince
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Repeat it and own it
What makes it libel
Developing area of law
(1) Canadian view Here
(2) Definitions; Here
Friday, September 27, 2013
Management hierarchy exists to reach goals
Workers are assigned projects
Middle managers lead and guide
Two-faced -- with a knife
Responsibilities of the elected
Part of the problem by choice
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Offer a reward to embarrass somebody
Thievery is up, hire more cops
Attitudes and whining
Positives that attract
Negatives that repel
Members of the board were replaced. The new board re-considered and then voted to build the toll road anyway, in what we believe to be an egregious disregard for the will of the populace.
Answer is no
Critics hidden in the "anonymous" woods
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Will it matter
Trained well or did their homework
Monday, September 23, 2013
History situation 1
A comparable issue
It's not going to stop until . . .
CC, police union don't disavow playbook's tactics
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Cops or "frightened little old ladies"
One concept, parroted in the Register op-ed piece, is that Council hostility, shown by the mayor’s lawsuit and comments makes police officers have "negative attitudes." They opine, suggest and demand that the Mayor’s suit against the police union be dropped to help the city. More about this issue in Part 2.
Internal or external
Wimps and whiners don't attract good cops to Costa Mesa
When programmers were in short supply no one thought that they’d avoid jobs at Boeing because the company was in hostile negotiations with a union. Programmers, like professional LEO’s, seek jobs that meet their and their family’s needs.
The complainers are implying that those programmers were more mature, responsible, and results-oriented than Costa Mesa cops. That’s ridiculous. We have a great PD, skilled and honest officers, and generally excellent leadership. That helps make CMPD a great department, one we think many great LEO’s would consider joining.