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INSPIRATION

America: Home of the Free because of the Brave


"If you do not take an interest in the affairs
of your government, then you are doomed
to live under the rule of fools."

PIN
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A
DROP

here was a conference in France where a


number of international engineers were
taking part, including French and American. During a break, one of the French engineers came back into the room saying, "Have
you heard the latest dumb stunt Bush has done?
He has sent an aircraft carrier to Indonesia to
help the tsunami victims. What does he intend
to do, bomb them?"
A Boeing engineer stood up and replied quietly: "Our carriers have three hospitals on
board that can treat several hundred people;
they are nuclear powered and can supply emergency electrical power to shore facilities; they
have three cafeterias with the capacity to feed
3,000 people three meals a day, they can produce several thousand gallons of fresh water
from sea water each day, and they carry half a
dozen helicopters for use in transporting
victims and injured to and from their
flight deck. We have eleven
such ships; how many
does France have?" .....

YOU COULD HAVE


HEARD A PIN DROP

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apples

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women

omen are like apples on trees. The


best ones are at the top of the tree.
Most men don't want to reach for
the good ones because they are afraid of
falling and getting hurt. Instead, they sometimes take the apples from the ground that
aren't as good, but they are easy to get. The
apples at the top think something is wrong
with them, when in reality, they're amazing.
They just have to wait for the right person to
come along, The one who is brave enough
to climb all the way to the top of the tree.
now men... men are like a fine wine. they begin
as grapes, and it's up to women to stomp the
CRAP out of them until they turn into something acceptable to have dinner with. share this
with all the good apples you know and the lovable men who have a good sense of humor.

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Harley Biker is riding by the zoo in Washington, DC when he sees a little girl
leaning into the lion's cage. Suddenly, the lion grabs her by the
collar of her jacket and tries to
pull her inside to slaughter
her, under the eyes of her
screaming parents.
The biker jumps off his
Harley, runs to the cage and
hits the lion square on the nose
with a powerful punch.
Whimpering from the pain the
lion jumps back letting go of the girl,
and the biker brings the girl to her terrified parents, who thank him endlessly. A reporter has
watched the whole event.
The reporter addressing the Harley rider says,
'Sir, this was the most gallant and bravest thing
I've seen a man do in my whole life.'
The Harley rider replies, 'Why, it was nothing,
really. The lion was behind bars. I just saw this
little kid in danger, and acted as I felt right.'
The reporter says, 'Well, I'll make sure this
won't go unnoticed. I'm a journalist, you know,
and tomorrow's paper will have this story on the
front page. So, what do you do for a living, and
what political affiliation do you have?' The biker
replies "I'm a U.S. Marine, and a Republican."
The journalist leaves.
The following morning the biker buys the paper
to see if it indeed brings news of his actions, and
reads, on the front page:
U.S. MARINE ASSAULTS
AFRICAN
IMMIGRANT
AND
STEALS
HIS
LUNCH!!!
...... and THAT pretty much
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to the news these days!

~ Plato

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The Weak That Was

There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:


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Chris MacDonald

On the road in Surf City


The Local News

Over 100 People


Honor Former
HB Mayor
Dr. Peter Green

By Chris MacDonald, Writer/Photographer,


HB Ambassador/The Local News Columnist

egendary former HB Mayor, Golden


West College professor and allaround good guy, Dr. Peter Green, recently celebrated his 90th birthday with
more than 100 of his closest friends at Peter
Green Park. The star-studded event at the
beautiful 11-year-old facility, featured
speeches by ex-HB Mayors Bob Mandic,
Jim Silva, Dave Garofalo, Shirley Dettloff,
Joe Carchio and current Mayor Jim Katapodis.
Silva, who went on to serve in the State

HB Planning Commissioners Pat Brenden,


Ed Pinchiff and Connie Mandic, HB City
Manager Fred Wilson, HB City Clerk Robin
Estanislau, former City Attorney Jennifer
McGrath and former Visit HB Director
Steve Bone.
County Treasurer/Tax Collector Shari
Freidenrich of HB gave an inspiring talk on
how much she learned from Peter when she
was City Treasurer. People loved the sound
of opera singer Elisabeth Meier, who sang
the National Anthem. Also on hand were

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Left, Top to Bottom: Dr. Peter Green


and his wife Cathy; Huntington
Beach City Historian Jerry Person
with Huntington Beach City Clerk;
Huntington Beach City Clerk Robin
Estanislau chats with Dr. Peter
Green. Above: Huntington Beach
Mayor Jim Katapodis with Huntington Beach Planning Commission
Chairman Ed Pinchiff.

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representatives from the HB Police and


Fire Departments as well as Kelly and
Darrell Rivers of the HB Historical Society, City Historian Jerry Person and
people from Windows to Our Wetlands
(which had a display van from the
Bolsa Chica Conservancy, which the
Greens have been active in for many
years).
Longtime HB Businessman and
supporter, Ed Laird, said "Peter
Assembly, told the crowd that he and Peter Green is the Father of HB, just as sure as
learned to be friends even when they dis- George Washington is the father of our
agreed on an issue-an important lesson to be country! As a resident of this incredible
learned by all politicians. "What especially city, I have followed and helped Peter &
distinguishes Peter is his patience, commit- Cathy Green with their elections and
ment, intellect, caring, humility and his well- think they are the kindest people you'll
chosen bride, Cathy," said Dave Garafalo.
ever meet." "They've done so much good
Organized by the Green Family, which for HB. They really cared and still care
flocked together from across the country for for making HB the best city to live in anythe belated birthday celebration, the fun where. They truly were Green long before
time had surprise entertainment by three it was popular to be green," said HB
members of America's Oldest Act of Profes- Ambassador Chris MacDonald.
sional Entertainers, Forever Young, includIf you haven't been to Peter Green Park,
ing World War II Army vet and noted MGM you should visit it at 18751 Seagate Drive
Tap Dancer Sid Hallburn, 92, and nation- (off of Promenade between Main and
ally-known banjo masters, Dr. Tom Pen- Gothard). You'll find Basketball Courts, a
derghast and Glenn Blackway.
cool Playground, Tennis Courts, a VolleyAlso enjoying the gathering were former ball Area and Covered Seating. Parks defHuntington Beach Mayor Norma Brandel initely make life better! Thanks HB for
Gibbs, former Huntington Beach your fantastic parks and for allowing Peter
Mayor/Current City Council Member Jill (and former HB Mayor Cathy) to add a
Hardy, City Council Member Barbara Del- new meaning to "the greening" of our fabgleize, City Council Member Erik Peterson, ulous city!
The information contained in this column does not necessarily
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~ The Vice President Page ~

A Brief History of Trump's VP


Mike Pence

y McKenna Ferguson @McKennaMagazine puts Pence up front..."Throughout


the course of his campaign, Donald Trump has made it clear that he is no friend
to the LGBT community. And his
most recent choice
for vice presidential
candidate cements it.
Trump's pick, Indiana
Governor
Mike Pence, has a
long history of being
anti-LGBT rights
and freedoms. It
would appear that
during his time in
Congress and subsequent time as governor, attempting to
Trump's choice of running mate has seemingly
squash the LGBT
smashed any remaining hope he had of connecting
community was a
to LGBT voters. Here's why.
top priority.

FINALLY, AND MOST


RECENTLY...
10. When the Obama administration provided guidance for schools
saying that transgender students
should be allowed to use the restroom that corresponds with their
gender identity, Pence stated that
"The federal government has no
business getting involved in issues
of this nature."

rian Flood gives us some Veep inside..."Hillary Clinton has selected Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine
as her vice presidential running mate on the Democratic ticket.
Kaine, 58, is married with three children.
He was governor of Virginia from 200620010 and served as the DNC chairman
from 2009-2011. He's also Roman Catholic,
active on foreign relations and military affairs and has built a reputation for working
well with Republicans.
Here are five things you should know
about Clinton's running mate:

EXPECT A TON OF TELEMUNDO


APPEARANCES
Kaine speaks fluent Spanish and isn't
afraid to show off his skills. He recently
spoke Spanish at a Clinton campaign rally
in his home state of Virginia. He's spoken
Spanish on the Senate floor, famously delivering a 14-minute speech on immigration back in 2013. He also spoke Spanish when endorsing
President Obama in 2008, crediting the time he spent as a volunteer in Honduras.

HE WAS ALMOST OBAMA'S VEEP


Kaine was among the finalists for the vice president gig on Barack Obama's ticket back in 2008,
but ultimately lost out to Joe Biden.
"Kaine's position as governor of a state the Obama campaign hopes to make a key battleground
and his background as a Spanish-speaking former Catholic missionary and civil rights lawyer make
him a strong potential pick," Politico
wrote back in '08. The exact same
logic applied to Clinton's reason for
selecting Kaine eight years later, only
he's now experienced and has now
spent time in Senate.

HE'S PERSONALLY AGAINST


ABORTION BUT THINKS IT
SHOULD REMAIN LEGAL
The religious Kaine has often reiterated his personal opposition to
abortion, but maintains that the practice should not be outlawed.
"I strongly support the right of
women to make their own health and
reproductive decisions and, for that
reason, will oppose efforts to weaken
or subvert the basic holding of Roe v.
Wade. We all share the goal of reducing unwanted pregnancies and abortions. The right way to do this is
through education and access to
health care and contraception rather
than criminalizing women's reproductive decisions," Kaine said back in
2012, according to OnTheIssues.org.
However, he supports restrictions
on certain types of abortion, parental
consent laws and "informed consent"
practices.

HE COULD HELP CARRY VIRGINIA


Virginia is considered a swing state
and it is crucial for the Clinton campaign that she prevails there. While
Kaine is originally from Minnesota
and was raised in Kansas, he has lived
in Virginia for the majority of his
adult life and is extremely popular
there. He has been elected as Mayor
of Richmond, Lieutenant Governor
and Governor in addition to his current gig as Senator.

HE DELIVERED THE
DEMOCRATIC RESPONSE
TO GEORGE W. BUSH'S 2006
STATE OF THE UNION
ADDRESS"

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HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF PENCE'S HIGHLIGHTS:


1. Last year he made national news by signing a so-called "religious freedom" bill
into law in Indiana. The law effectively allowed businesses to deny service to
LGBT customers.
2. Pence opposed the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
After the ruling was announced, Pence told the press, "Like many Hoosiers, I believe marriage is the union between
one man and one woman, and I am
disappointed that the Supreme
Court failed to recognize the historic role of the states in setting
marriage policy in this country. "
3. He supported an in-state measure
to ban same-sex marriage in Indiana.
4. Pence was also against the repeal
of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
5. While running for Congress in
2000, he suggested that the government lower resources for HIV treatment and shift focus to conversion
therapy.
6. Unsurprisingly, Pence supported
DOMA, the Defense of Marriage
Act, which was ruled unconstitutional.
7. When asked multiple times by
George Stephanopoulos on ABC's
This
Week
with
George
Stephanopoulos if LGBT discrimination by businesses or citizens
should be lawful, Pence could not
give a clear answer, even when it
was posed as a yes-or-no question.
8. He voted against the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
9. He also voted against the
Matthew Shepard and James Byrd
Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act and,
when it passed, said, "The president
has used his position as commander
in chief to advance a radical social
agenda when he should have used
it to advance legislation that would
unequivocally support our troops."

Tim Kaine: Some Interesting Facts...


About Hillary Clinton's VP Nominee

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Only the Damsel Can Save Donald in Distress

y Shawn Steel9 has fun suggesting a new


strategy for GOP nominee..."Luckily, the
campaign doesn't have to look far. Forget
the white knight. Only the damsel can save The
Donald in distress.
His best running mate, by the way, would be
Ivanka, Senator Bob Corker quipped last
month.
Corker had the right assessment of Ivankas
potential, if not the wrong position. Ivanka is
deliberate, thoughtful and dignified. A focused
leader, shes proven capable of righting the
ship once before. And most important of all,
the candidate values her counsel.
Shes one of the smartest people Ive ever
dealt with, a real estate executive who has negotiated a Trump golf course deal, told Politico
in its feature profile of Ivanka. She was a thorough, diligent, excellent negotiator.
Theres the obvious: Ivanka appeals to
women and Millennials two groups that
could decide the election. Conservatives
should worry that shell move her father to the
center, but more importantly, she moves her father to victory by focusing on bringing more
people into a bigger tent.
Like many of my fellow Millennials, I do
not consider myself categorically Republican
or Democrat, she said in her universally wellreviewed convention speech. More than party
affiliation, I vote on based on what I believe is
right, for my family and for my country. Sometimes its a tough choice.
Off the charts thats how pollster Lee
Carter described focus-group reaction to

Ivankas convention speech. The bottom line


is she is an amazing spokeswoman for him.
Ivankas also practical. Her convention dress
cost $138 a not-so-subtle contrast to Hillarys
$12,000 Armani jacket for a speech on income
inequality.
But, its short-sighted, arguably sexist, to say
that Ivankas value is strictly limited to softening dads appeal. Her greatest value might
be the opposite: a hard commitment to staying
on message and maintaining a disciplined operation.
Back in June, Ivanka took the Corey
Lewandowski controversy into her own hands.
Ivanka fired the hot-headed deputy whod
proven time and again to be a liability. Her action ended the infighting and gave Paul Manafort full reign to seal the deal on the first
ballot.
Most important of all, the candidate trusts her
judgment. Last year, when a Trump presidency
still seemed inconceivable, he indicated shed
take over the business operation if he proved
victorious.
One of my fathers greatest talents is the
ability to see potential in people, before they
see it in themselves, the 34-year-old businesswoman said in her speech at the RNC Convention. He taught us that potential vanishes into
nothing without effort.
Should Donald make the effort to put Ivanka
in charge, his potential presidency will accelerate.
Shawn Steel serves as Californias committeeman on the Republican National Committee.

MCDONALD'S ENDLESS FRIES


ARE COMING TO AMERICA
BUT THERE'S A HUGE CATCH

ayley Peterson of AOL Finance wets our appetite..


."McDonald's is opening a restaurant next week
featuring all-you-can-eat fries.
The new 6,500-square-foot "McDonald's of the future"
will open August 4 in St. Joseph, Missouri.
In addition to endless fries, the restaurant will also feature
a dessert bar, a three-story play-place for kids, and table service, according to franchise owner Chris Harbiger.
The all-you-can-eat fries is a first for McDonald's, but
there's a catch it's only a temporary promotion aimed at
drawing in new customers and building buzz around the
restaurant opening.
Harbiger did not say how long the promotion will last."

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Breitling HB Airshow Looking for Volunteers!

oming this October 21-23, the inaugural Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow
will be the only beachfront airshow on the West Coast, and the first airshow held
in Huntington Beach, California, in more than 20 years.
Thousands are expected to attend to see first-hand the jaw-dropping jet stunts of the
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Breitling Jet Team. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform an impressive hour-long demonstration featuring sharply choreographed
routines that show F-16 Fighting Falcons wingtip to wingtip and give the crowd a
glimpse of the exacting skills and capabilities possessed by these accomplished fighter
pilots.
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Waves of Valor... Vets Matter Too!

A Successful US Open!
HBPD Did Not Horse Around...

nother Vans US Open of Surfing has come and gone with a


successful ending. Thank you to all
the officers who worked long, hard
hours ensuring a safe and fun event.
This was another year of families
and sports-oriented crowds. Officers took a "no tolerance" approach
to alcohol-related violations. All
problems and arrests were handled
quickly and without incident.
Movie nights invited people sit
back, relax and wind down after
busy day. We would also like to
thank the partnership with IMG and
Vans in helping to make this year
another great event to attend.

After School Satan Club Coming


to an Elementary School Near You?
thegrio...suggests..."The Satanic Temple
group is working to bring an after-school
Satan club to elementary schools. After all,
they say, evangelical Christians are able to
bring after-school clubs for their religion to
elementary schools, so kids should be allowed to have options.
"It's critical that children understand that
there are multiple perspectives on all issues,
and that they have a choice in how they
think," said Doug Mesner, who goes by the
name of Lucien Greaves and is the Satanic
Temple's co-founder.
It should, of course, be noted that the Satanic Temple group does not actually believe in or worship Satan. The group is one
that offers tongue-in-cheek critique to highlight the separation of church and state and
in fact considers the devil to be a
"metaphorical construct" that represents a
release from tyranny over the mind.
"We think it's important for kids to be

able to see multiple points of view, to reason things through, to have empathy and
feelings of benevolence for their fellow
human beings," said the Satanic Temple's
Utah chapter head, who goes by the name

Chalice Blythe.
Children who are part of the club will be
given healthy snacks, and participate in literature lesson, creative learning activities,
a science lesson, puzzle solving and an art

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pecial thanks to those that were able to make it out to support the Waves of Valor in HB.
There were a total of 39 veterans representing all of our military branches who came out
to catch some waves. These veterans who served from Vietnam to the War on Terror were
looking for a temporary feeling of freedom from their lifelong disability.
The event organizers, Team Red White and Blue, did an outstanding job ensuring everybody
had a great time. We are looking forward to their next event in September as it is such a great
feeling to give back to those who have sacrificed everything for us.
BIG THANK YOU goes out to our Marine Safety Division for securing the beach wheelchairs and having expert water safety in the water, it gave everybody a sense of comfort.

project. Any children who attend must have


a signed permission slip from a parent.
The after-school program idea was put forward particularly for schools in which evangelical Christians have a Good News Club, a
fundamentalist club that reaches children as
young as five that has been largely excluded
from school programs because of the fear that
the intense religious beliefs espoused by the
program would violate the Constitution
should they be allowed in schools. However,
there are currently 3,560 Good News Clubs,
according to the Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF).
"We would like to thank the Liberty
Counsel specifically for opening the doors
to the After School Satan Clubs through
their dedication to religious liberty,"
Greaves explained to the gathering of chapter heads in Salem. "So, 'the Satanic Temple
leverages religious freedom laws that put
after-school clubs in elementary schools nationwide.' That's going to be the message." 11

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hen Kevin Durant waved goodbye


to the Oklahoma City Thunder last
By Jordan Kobritz
month and signed a two-year $54.3
million contract with the Golden State Warriors, most NBA observers predicted multiple championships in the Warriors future.
That may prove to be true. After all, last year the Warriors finished the
regular season with the best record in NBA history. However,
they fell one game short of winning the championship
which proves once again that games are
won on the field of play, not in the
blogosphere. But heres one prediction that no one disagrees with:
The NBA salary structure will never
be the same.
The tsunami that allowed the Warriors to fit Durant under the leagues
salary cap was conceived two years ago
when the NBA extended television contracts with ESPN and Turner Sports. The
$24 billion deal that kicks in this year
triples the leagues rights fees. As a result,
the salary cap jumps from $70 million last
year to $94.1 million this year and is projected to rise to $107 million next year.
The embarrassment of riches has had a
profound effect on the salary scale and this
years free agents have been the beneficiaries.
While the talented Durant is arguably worth the $27 million per year he will receive, assuming anyone is worth that amount of money to play a game, a number
of teams showed little restraint in unloading their new found wealth. Some signings look like owners were playing Monopoly, but instead of purchasing Broadway and Park Place, the two most expensive properties on the board, they settled

for Mediterranean Avenue and Atlantic, the two least expensive.


In the first four days of free agency, NBA teams committed a total of $3 billion
to new contracts. Players who averaged a mere 4-5 points per game and spent
more time on the bench than in the lineup last season were rewarded with 4-year
contracts at $15-18 million per year. Why? The CBA requires teams to spend 90% of the salary cap which means
they have to lavish that money on somebody.
Although the owners and players signed a 10-year
CBA to settle the 2011 lockout, either party can opt out
of the deal by giving notice to the other by December
31 of this year. Common sense suggests that the sides
can reach dtente. The biggest issue in labor-management negotiations is usually money and there is
no lack of that in todays NBA. But thats the problem. Although the owners are flush with cash, and
franchise values have jumped to an average of
more than $1 billion, they are unhappy that the
players are benefitting from their new-found
windfall.
So rather than a lack of money, the biggest
issue in the NBA is the tidal wave of cash and
what it portends for the future of the league.

Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and Minor League Baseball


team owner and current investor in MiLB teams. He is a Professor in
and Chair of the Sport Management Department at SUNY Cortland
and maintains the blog: http://sportsbeyondthelines.com The opinions
contained in this column are the authors. Jordan can be reached at
jordan.kobritz@cortland.edu.
The information contained in this column does not necessarily
reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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The Democratic donkey was first used in Andrew
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And the Anti-Federalists led by
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The Federalists were the first American political party in 1787.
They were businessmen and merchants who wanted a strong central
government to protect industry.
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the donkey as a symbol of the common man.


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as the Anti-Federalists.
The Anti-Federalists would later
form a party called the DemocraticRepublicans.
Fast forward to 1828, and Andrew
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Those who were against Jackson
created the Whig Party out of the former Federalist Party.
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Democrats supported free trade and
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Roosevelt's presidential campaign in


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by the Great Depression, creating economic relief and social security.
Roosevelt Democrats wanted the
federal government to actively help
those affected by the Depression.
Republicans began fighting against
governmental interference with business.
While both parties differ from issue
to issue, these two core beliefs would
set the foundation for the Democratic
and Republican parties we know
today."

Gary Johnson
Libertarian Party
Johnson is a businessman and former Governor of
New Mexico.
Johnson is known for his classically liberal views
while favoring small government.
Before his campaign, he was the CEO of a marijuana-branding company called Cannabis Sativa Inc.
He is the first unmarried candidate to run for president since 1884.

Jill Stein
Green Party
Stein is a Harvard-educated medical doctor and
activist from Massachusetts.
Stein ran for president in 2012 and Governor of
Massachusetts twice.
She is very liberal when it comes to individual
rights, but is more conservative than the average
Green Party candidate
As an environmental activist, her priorities are
fixing climate change and eradicating student debt.
She wants the nation's energy to be 100% renewable by 2030 and GMOs to be banned. She also wants
to raise federal minimum wage to $15-per-hour.

Darrell Castle
Constitution Party
Castle is a lawyer and political activist from
Memphis, Tennessee.
Castle served as a marine during the Vietnam
War and has been an attorney for over 30 years.
In an interview, he called himself more libertarian than 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson.
His priorities are withdrawing the U.S. from
NATO and ending the Federal Reserve. He is prolife and opposes the war on drugs.
He founded a Christian mission with his wife to
help homeless children in Romania."

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Prep time: 5 mins


Cook time: 20 mins
Total time: 25 mins
Author: Layla
Serves: 16
This recipes also doubles really
well in a 9x13 pan, add 5-7 minutes
baking time. The recipe calls for 1
cup of sugar; feel free to use between cup - 1 cup depending on
your personal preference. Be sure to
bake these brownies for no more
than 20-25 minutes. Overbaking the
brownies will make them dry!
Ingredients
12 cup (1 stick) butter, melted
12 cup unsweetened cocoa
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
cup flour
14 teaspoon salt

Instructions
Preheat oven to 350F. Grease an 8x8
square pan or line with foil and set aside.
In a medium bowl combine melted butter
and cocoa and sugar stir until fully dissolved. Add eggs one at a time then
vanilla and stir until well combined. Stir
in flour and salt until the flour is fully
combine. Be careful not to overmix mix.
(optional) fold in 1 cup of nuts, raisins,
chocolate chips or any thing you desire.
Spread in pan and bake for approximately 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Be careful not to
over-bake!Cool completely then cut into
9 large squares or 16 small squares ( I cut
mine into 16)

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GRACE METALIOUS

Grace Metalious (1924-1964) was born Marie


Grace de Repentigny to French-Canadian parents
in Manchester, New Hampshire. After graduating
from Manchester Central High School, she married
George Metalious in 1943. The couple lived in
Durham while her husband attended the University
of New Hampshire; they had three children. In
1956, while living in Gilmanton with her family,
Grace published Peyton Place, about small-town
life in New Hampshire. The novel, considered
scandalous for its explicit sexuality, generated
enormous sales as well as notoriety for the author.
Metalious wrote several subsequent novels, none
as successful as Peyton Place. She died of alcoholism in 1964.

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Brownies, Cocktails & WOMEN

About the Sidecar Cocktail

Ingredients: Makes two 3-ounce drinks


Superfine sugar to rim glasses
1 orange
2 peels of orange rind
2 ounces brandy
2 ounces triple sec
2 fresh squeezed lemon juice
2 old fashioned cocktail or martini glasses

Directions:
Add sugar to a small plate. Make two twists from orange
rind, by cutting strips with a paring knife or vegetable peeler
(try not to get any of the bitter white pith). Cut a wedge from
remaining orange and wipe it around the rim of each glass.
Dip rims in sugar and add one piece of rind to each glass. Fill
a cocktail shaker with ice. Add brandy, triple sec and lemon
juice. Stir vigorously until beads of sweat form on outside of
shaker. Strain into prepared glass. Serve immediately.
This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best End of
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2016 Presidential Political Edition


~ Follow the Money ~

How Much Did Each Presidential Candidate Spend Per Vote?

ut even as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare


to duke it out between now and Nov. 8, most of the
former presidential hopefuls remain financially
mired in primary season.
The race for the White House isn't cheap. The most recent
report from the Federal Election Commission shows that all
of the former candidates are still paying off their presidential
bids, even if they ended months ago. For instance, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's spent nearly $350,000 in June,
though he dropped out of the race on Feb. 10.
The July FEC report covers camspending
paign
through June 30, the
end of the primaries.
Using this data and
overall vote counts,
Graphiq's politics
site
InsideGov
ranked the candidates by financial efficiency, or how much they paid per vote. The spending
totals used by InsideGov do not include money from super
PACs. Though political action committees often back a specific candidate, they are technically separate entities from
the campaign and cannot coordinate spending.
The candidates who paid the most per vote typically exited
the race early, like Christie. These presidential contenders
poured piles of money into early contests like Iowa and New
Hampshire, but left the field soon after. Their vote totals took
a dive after leaving the race, but some candidates still had a
steady trickle of support. The people who stayed in the race
the longest have the lowest cost per vote -- only one of the
top five most efficient candidates dropped out before April.
Though the Trump campaign was noted for dominating
the field with minimal spending, a different candidate got
more bang for his buck than the billionaire businessman.
Let's count down from the Republican who paid over $1,000
per vote to the candidate who spent only $4.57 on each supporter.
(*InsideGov estimated vote totals in the Iowa, Nevada,
Maine, Alaska and Washington Democratic caucuses using
voter turnout and proportional state delegates won. Those
caucuses don't report the actual number of votes cast)

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#16. Lindsey Graham: $1,013.74 per vote

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Total Spending: $5,700,248


June Spending: $15,952
Total Vote Count: 5,623
outh Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham ended his bid for
the Republican nomination in December 2015, a month
before the primaries even began. Though he managed to pull
together a handful of votes during the nomination process,
the early departure contributed to his astronomical dollarper-vote figure, which is about 3.5 times higher than the next
on the list. After leaving the race, Graham made headlines
as an outspoken critic of Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted
Cruz.

#15. Carly Fiorina: $290.67 per vote

Total Spending: $11,254,591


June Spending: $76,110
Total Vote Count: 38,719
n September 2015, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly
Fiorina looked like she could be a serious contender for
the Republican nomination -- as the only woman in the GOP
race, she brought diversity to a predominantly white, male
Republican field. But her stock quickly tanked and she
dropped out after receiving less than 2 percent of the vote in
the Iowa caucus. She briefly reentered the race as Sen. Ted
Cruz's pick for vice president, but he withdrew his bid a few
weeks later.

#14. George Pataki: $273.68 per vote

Total Spending: $535,040


June Spending: $450
Total Vote Count: 1,955
ormer New York Gov. George Pataki attended the first
few GOP "undercard" debates, but like Sen. Lindsey
Graham, he quietly left the race over a month before the
Iowa caucus. However, Pataki ran a much less expensive
campaign, so his dollar-per-vote total stayed much lower

than Graham's.

#13. Rand Paul: $168.19 per vote

Total Spending: $12,253,696


June Spending: $70,941
Total Vote Count: 72,856
any believed Sen. Rand Paul would cash in on the Libertarian support that bolstered his father, Rep. Ron
Paul, in the 2008 and 2012 Republican primaries. He didn't.
The Kentucky Republican's campaign never got off the
ground, and he became one of the first candidates to drop
out after the Iowa caucus.

#12. Chris Christie: $151.23 per vote

Total Spending: $8,702,317


June Spending: $348,393
Total Vote Count: 57,545
ike Sen. Rand Paul, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
came into the 2016 race with high expectations. A red
governor from a blue state, Christie's handling of Hurricane
Sandy and involvement in the George Washington Bridge
scandal made him a household name well before the 2016
race. However his campaign floundered, and Christie
dropped out after the New Hampshire primary and endorsed
Donald Trump weeks later. He went on to serve as an adviser
for Trump's campaign and made the shortlist for the nominee's vice president pick.

#11. Jeb Bush: $126.70 per vote

Total Spending: $35,409,278


June Spending: $216,212
Total Vote Count: 279,477
ormer Florida Gov. Jeb Bush led the Republican field for
much of 2015, but his awkward, gaffe-prone campaign
faded to the background when the primaries began. Bush's
moderate views on immigration and reserved style of campaigning kept him from getting as much attention as more
bombastic candidates like Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. One
of the most well-funded Republicans in the field, Bush
demonstrated that sometimes money can only get a candidate so far.

#10. Rick Santorum: $84.63 per vote

Total Spending: $1,405,989


June Spending: $19,789
Total Vote Count: 16,613
ormer Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum finished second
in the 2012 Republican primary race, but he couldn't
muster the same support in 2016. His barebones campaign
kept his finances relatively efficient, but it may have negatively affected his publicity as well.

#9. Mike Huckabee: $84.56 per vote

Total Spending: $4,314,704


June Spending: $454
Total Vote Count: 51,024
n his 2008 primary campaign, former Arkansas Gov. Mike
Huckabee championed evangelical Republicans with his
religiously charged speeches on Christian values and moral
character. However, the former reverend's support was split
among a number of other candidates in 2016. Though he
won the Iowa caucus in 2008, he only got 1.8 percent of the
vote this time around, and he left the race immediately after.

#8. Ben Carson: $74.73 per vote

Total Spending: $62,510,067


June Spending: $85,665
Total Vote Count: 836,528
etired neurosurgeon Ben Carson was the only candidate
to lead Donald Trump in the polls between November
2015 and the end of primary season. Even though Carson
amassed only seven delegates, he stayed in the race until
March 1. Many wondered why he didn't drop out sooner,
and before withdrawing, Carson himself questioned whether
his own campaign was a scam.

#7. Martin O'Malley: $56.42 per vote

Total Spending: $6,237,028


June Spending: $5,848
Total Vote Count: 110,554
uring the Democratic primary debates, former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley had a tough time wresting

the spotlight from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. His


short-lived campaign ended the night of the Iowa caucus.

#6. Bernie Sanders: $17.77 per vote

Total Spending: $227,412,247


June Spending: $7,527,042
Total Vote Count: 12,797,701
en. Bernie Sanders' "political revolution" made it much
further in the race than anyone ever expected. Though
the Vermont independent's grassroots campaign spent almost
$230 million in the race against Hillary Clinton, it wasn't
enough to overcome his deficit in the delegate count.

#5. Marco Rubio: $14.59 per vote

Total Spending: $50,841,303


June Spending: $180,775
Total Vote Count: 3,485,463
n early favorite of establishment Republicans, Florida
Sen. Marco Rubio jumped ahead of Donald Trump in
prediction markets after an unexpectedly solid performance
in the Iowa caucus. His prospects didn't last for long though.
Rubio's support dwindled and he dropped out on March 15,
after Trump beat him in his home state's primary by more
than 18 points.

#4. Hillary Clinton: $13.97 per vote

Total Spending: $230,172,869


June Spending: $34,460,572
Total Vote Count: 16,473,239
he presumptive Democratic nominee has raised over
$270 million for her campaign -- more than any other
candidate in the 2016 race. While the Republican race essentially ended in early May, the final Democratic primaries
were still somewhat split between former Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders. This lowered Clinton's popular vote total and gave her a dollar-per-vote figure
well above her general election opponent, Donald Trump.

#3. Ted Cruz: $11.21 per vote

Total Spending: $86,285,610


June Spending: $490,288
Total Vote Count: 7,695,349
s the only other candidate to win multiple state primaries, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was one of the last men standing against Donald Trump. His campaign steadily raised
money until Cruz conceded to the eventual nominee on May
3. He was booed last week during his speech at the Republican National Convention after failing to explicitly endorse
Trump.

#2. Donald Trump: $5.19 per vote

Total Spending: $71,087,144


June Spending: $7,800,248
Total Vote Count: 13,706,642"
onald Trumps campaign, half of which he financed
himself, got a lot of bang for its buck. His financial efficiency may be attributed to the media, which gave him substantially more coverage than any other candidate.

#1. John Kasich: $4.57 per vote

Total Spending: $19,335,673


June Spending: $501,210
Total Vote Count: 4,226,732
hio Gov. John Kasich won the title for the most financially efficient candidate. Though his only primary victory came in his home state, Kasichs candidacy endured
until May 3, steadily raking in votes without much spending.
His marathon approach gave him the lowest dollar-per-vote
figure in the 2016 race.

Only Local News

NEWS

Chris Epting
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chr is @chr is ep tin g. com

received a three-word email link to Amazon with a new book


the other day that made me is now available. The email was
from a friend, who also hapsmile. It read simply, Who
pens to be a legend. His name
is Dean Torrence and Ive
been waiting for this news
from him for a long time.
The book is called Surf
City, the Jan and Dean
Story and its no surprise to
me that Dean kept it as simple as he did. Never one to
confuse the issue with extra
words or gratuitous emotion, hes simply a cool and
calm guy of few words.
That said, Im very happy
that hes put many thousands of words together
for his memoir, which has
been a long time in the
making. Every time I see
him, I asked him about it
and he gets a twinkle in
his eye, will usually nod
slowly and say simply,
Oh Im working on it.
One of these days Ill finish it.
woulda thunk.
And so I guess he has. There
Attached within the email was
the photo of a book cover and a are some wonderful quotes on the

back cover, including this one


from Jeff Skunk Baxter of Doobie Brothers fame (along with
playing with many other legends).
Dean Torrence was there for the
birth of surf music and played a
massive role in both performing
and defining it. If there is such a
thing as surf music royalty, then
Dean Torrence is it. And of
course, whenever I have the opportunity to play that cool music
with Dean, I always keep some
extra reverb on hand just for
him!
As well, the foreword is from
Mike Love of the Beach Boys.
Once I have a chance to read
the book I will write a review here
in this column. But for now I just
want to say how happy I am at
this musical legend that our town
is so proud to call its own has finally done this. Even before read-

ing it, I know that in addition to


all of the great stories and tales
that Dean has absorbed over the
years, that there will also be the
great story of a loving friendship
about one friend who looked after
another when they needed it most.
Beyond all of the great music and
what I consider to be a Rockn
roll Hall of Fame caliber career,
for me what makes the music so
special is simply knowing how
Dean looked after Jan after the
latters horrific accident. They
toured for years after the incident
at dead mans curve, and Dean always made sure that his buddy he
had everything he needed both on
the road and on stage.
Congratulations, Dean. I hope I
speak for everybody and Surf
City when I say we cant wait to
read your book.

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Chris Epting is an award-winning journalist and the author of 25 books including "Huntington Beach Then &
Now," "Vanishing Orange County" and "Roadside Baseball." You can follow him on Twitter @chrisepting.

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EarthTalk

Dear EarthTalk:
What is fusion energy and why are environmentalists so bullish
~ Mickey Brent, Milwaukee, WI

inside of stars, including our own sun. The temperature at the center of the sun is around 15 million
Kelvin (27 million degrees Fahrenheit)! Scientists
have achieved temperatures of around 100 million deon it?
grees inside experimental fusion devices but have yet
to make the process net energy positive. The issue
Nuclear fusion may be the most promising energy with doing reactions at such high heats is that the
source that most of us have never heard of. Scientists heated substance cannot touch anything or the confirst discovered fusion as a potential energy source in tainer will melt. Therefore, fusion reactions are done
the 1930s and have been quietly working on it ever in a donut of floating plasma, suspended by magnetic
since. Only recently, given societal pressure to find fields.
alternatives to fossil fuels, has fusion started to capWhen compared to other energy sources, fusion enture the attention of the media and policymakers ergy seems like it might be our best bet in the long
and now researchers are hoping the process can term. Compared to fossil fuels and renewable energy
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seawater, and tritium, which can be
produced through a reaction of deuterium and lithium. These low raw
material costs cause fusion to be
considered a potential source of
limitless energy. Due to the low radioactivity of fusion, even in the
case of an explosion, radioactivity
would be contained to the reactor
site. Fusion reactors small input and exenergy in the near future.
tremely high output have made them a popular idea.
Nuclear fusion is the fusing of two atoms into one.
So what are the drawbacks of nuclear fusion? Or is
Fusion is very different from fission, in which atoms it the perfect energy source? Most critics of fusion enare split in half. Although both emit energy, fusion ergy point to the timeline as its greatest weakness.
emits much more. Fusion takes an immense amount The majority of projections see 2050 as the first year
of heat and pressure and is the reaction that happens fusion reactors could be commercially available. This

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is too late for fusion energy to solve our current energy crisis. Some environmentalists claim that funding for fusion energy could be better spent on
renewable sources such as solar and hydro that give
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public opinion. People tend to be wary of anything
nuclear, if only because of the incredible devastation
of nuclear bombs. While nuclear fusion is far safer
than fission, many activists in France, for example,
are protesting all forms of nuclear energy.
The biggest fusion energy project in the world is
called the ITER which means the way in Latin.
ITER is located in Southern France and funded by the
European Union, the U.S., China, India, Korea, Russia and Japan. ITER will be a fusion reactor used for
research and is currently under construction. Current
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plasma by 2025. The main other research on fusion
energy is being done at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (MIT). Though commercial fusion reactors are far from a reality, the abundant raw materials
and high safety, paired with enormous energy output,
make it an outstanding possibility for the future.
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How Do You Make a Wine


That Cost $3.50

How does a $3.50 bottle of wine go from grape to store for so little?
Megan Krigbaum investigates what actually goes into making such an inexpensive wine, and at what costs.

story: MEGAN KRIGBAUM photo: LIZZIE MUNRO

learned plenty of important things from my parents.


How to choose a bottle of wine was not one of them.
This fact became ever clearer this spring when my mom
brought up a recent wine she bought at Whole Foods in
Michigan.
Guess how much it costs? she asked, proudly, not giving me a chance to come up with a number: $3.50!
I took a breath and let loose an unedited rant: Where does
that come from? Think

what must be in there! Think


how much the people who actually make it must be paid!.
And lastly, as the mother of a woman whod spent the last
ten years of her life as a wine writerhow could she?
Quality and provenance aside, I couldnt stop thinking
about what seemed like the sheer impossibility of producing
a bottle of winea bottle of anything, reallyfor so little.
The value of a high-priced wine has been discussed ad nausea, nearly always pointing to the elusive value of clout.
This wine clearly didnt have any of that, but it did have a
glass bottle with liquid inside it, a plastic cork and a label,
all of which should have cost someone something.
My mom texted me a photo of the bottle and I began
gathering clues, of which there were few. The wine, Three
Wishes Pinot Grigio Colombard, was non-vintage, had
California as the appellation and was vinted and bottled
in Livermore, California.
A little Googling turned up that Three Wishes is a proprietary label for Whole Foods, with cabernet sauvignon,
merlot and chardonnay also made under the brand. Plenty
of supermarkets have similar proprietary lines, the most infamous being Trader Joes Two Buck Chuck. I reached out
to Whole Foods to find out more about its wines, but the
only information the company was willing to share was that
the producer has been very receptive to creating a wine
with the flavor profile and price point that customers love.
With more digging, I found that the wines were actually

of that cost.
David White
In order to work back from
here, I tried to find the lowest
possible costs on everything but the juice, which, without
knowing where its being sourced from, is almost impossible to calculate. I got in touch with Cameron Hughes, owner
of a large negociant wine company, Cameron Hughes
Wine, which buys, bottles and sells small lots of wines from
around the world direct to consumer. Prior to settling on the
current model, the bulk of his business was in grocery stores
and Costcos across the States.
While there was no way to know where the glass bottle
for Three Wishes came from, Hughes told me that a large
Mexican bottle-making company called Vitro makes a good
portion of the glass used for food and beverages in the U.S.
For a 12-bottle case of the flat-bottomed bottles like the
ones that Three Wishes come in (assuming The Wine Group
doesnt make its own), Hughes estimated a cost of $3 to $4
per caseor about 30 cents per bottle. The trouble with
getting a definitive price is that glass companies cut different deals for customers, usually based on the quantity purchased.
The same is true of corks. Three Wishes is not sealed with
natural cork, but a plastic one. Ohlinger is one of the largest
companies that make these closures, and when I asked the
president of Vinventions (the company that recently bought
Ohlinger) what the price per cork would be if purchased in
a quantity of more than a million corks, he estimated that
the cork, plus PVC capsule, would be about 3 cents apiece.
Lastly, Hughes estimated that a very basic label, printed
en masse for 1,000 to 10,000 cases, would be about 10 cents
each.
Then there are the federal and state excise taxes per
750mL bottle: 21 cents (federal) plus 5 cents (California
excise) plus 10 cents (Michigans), for a total of 36 cents in
taxes alone.
Even with all of this research, the impossibility of a wine
this cheap doesnt seem any more possible. One thing you
cant buy for $3.50 is transparency.
For my moms part, she faced her own mystery the next
time she went to buy the wine. She couldnt locate it in the
wine section, so she asked a clerk. It had, inexplicably, been
relocated to the baked goods area. There was a sale that day.
The wine was only $3.
David White is the founder and editor of
Terroirist.com, which was named
Best Overall Wine Blog" at the 2013
Wine Blog Awards.
His columns are housed at Grape Collective.

The information contained in this column does not


necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News

RIBBON-CUTTING CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW


OPTUMCARE MEDICAL GROUP OFFICE IN HUNTINGTON BEACH

ommunity leaders, physicians and health


care providers joined OptumCare for the
grand opening of the new OptumCare
Medical Group office in Huntington Beach. The
ribbon-cutting event celebrates the second of two
medical office openings for OptumCare Medical
Group in Southern California this summer. The
first OptumCare Medical Group Office ribboncutting celebration took place in Laguna Niguel
mid-July.
With the opening of OptumCare Medical
Group offices in Huntington Beach and Laguna
Niguel, more than 100 OptumCare Medical Group
physicians and advanced care professionals are
now delivering care to more than 100,000 patients
in Southern California.
OptumCare, part of health services and innovation company Optum, is a health care delivery
organization that provides a full range of services
for patients including individual and family care
as well as urgent care and advanced care for serious illness and chronic conditions.
The opening of these two new locations as OptumCare Medical Group is helping create a seamless continuum of care for patients one that is
easy to access and united under one brand name.
The company has been building delivery capabilities around Southern California and the country
for the past several years. It is putting infrastructure in place to create an integrated network that
ultimately will connect patients to additional Op-

tumCare services and settings.


OptumCare Medical Group is excited to open
the medical offices in Laguna Niguel and Huntington Beach, said Dr. Howard Bland, president
of OptumCare Medical Group. With these new
offices we can help more people stay healthier and
active so they can enjoy life.
As part of the OptumCare Medical Group family, both of these new locations will deliver an
easy, well-coordinated and caring health care experience.
The OptumCare Medical Group office in Huntington Beach is part of the former Family Practice
Physicians and has relocated just 1.5 miles north
of the current office. The new location at 10110
Adams Ave. boasts 5,250 square feet of office
space with 12 exam rooms, one procedure room,
ample parking and a nearby pharmacy.
As part of the ribbon-cutting event, OptumCare
Medical Group President, Dr. Howard Bland presented a $2,000 grant to the Huntington Beach
Council on Aging to support the new Senior Center in Central Park.
The OptumCare family in Southern California
is composed of 20 well-known and trusted medical offices and three contracting medical networks
many which have operated for decades including AppleCare Medical Group, Monarch HealthCare and NAMM California. Physicians and
advanced care practitioners provide primary care
and specialty care services.

Tim Whitacre, District Director, Supervisor Michelle Steel applauds


as Cynthia Powell, Physician Assistant, OptumCare Medical Group
Huntington Beach and Samuel Carlis, D.O., Lead Physician, OptumCare Medical Group Huntington Beach cut the ribbon marking the
opening of the new OptumCare Medical Group Office in Huntington
Beach. The new OptumCare Medical Group office offers a board
certified family medicine doctor and physician assistant who deliver
adult, geriatric and pediatric (age 7+) care to patients in Huntington
Beach and the surrounding area. Joining them pictured left to right
Howard Bland, M.D., President, OptumCare Medical Group, (white
golf shirt) Michael Grant, Board of Directors, Huntington Beach
Chamber of Commerce, Jim OCallaghan, President and CEO, Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce, Matt Hewitt, Field Representative, Assemblyman Travis Allen and Shari Morrison, Field
Representative, Assemblyman Matthew Harper.

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produced by a company called The Wine Group, one of the


countrys largest wine producers (with brands like Franzia,
Cupcake Vineyards and Big House Wine Co.). I contacted
the The Wine Group to get more information on their production processspecifically, whether they make their own
glass bottles or have their own delivery trucksbut was
told that because theirs was a private company, they werent
able to share any info with me. When I followed up to ask
specifically about the wine my mom had purchased
where the grapes were grown, how long the Three Wishes
brand had been around, how many cases were made each
yearthey stopped responding.
So much of life as a thoughtful wine drinker is centered around discovering the who, what, where, why and
how of wine. That these companies were so secretive
about all of thatnonetheless their methods of making
wine affordable for more drinkers, or even where they
bought their bottleswas baffling to me. I contacted
several more large-scale wine companies to try to get
a sense of their costs, but, even though none of these
brands make wines as inexpensive as Three Wishes,
not one would discuss fixed cost line items. So, I
reached out to much smaller producers to get a better
sense of the costs associated with a bottle of wine,
with the hopes of at least understanding where these big
companies might be making cuts.
A comprehensive, though hardly exhaustive, list:
Grapes (labor, equipment, sprays, etc.)
Winery costs
(labor, equipment, additives, electricity, water, etc.)
Glass bottles
Corks
Capsules (the foil covering the neck of the bottle)
Labels
Case boxes
Warehousing
State taxes
Shipping to market
Delivery to individual stores
Distributor margin
One producer sent me a spreadsheet that outlined everything one needed to start a winery that makes 500 bottles
of good Napa Valley sauvignon blanc per year. For him, the
juice itself costs about $3.33 per bottle; the winemaking,
including space in a custom crush facility and lab work, is
another $3; a well-made glass bottle (its possible to go
cheaper, he noted) would be about 90 cents; a real cork, 60
cents; and the label and capsule, $1.05. Then there are taxes,
insurance, shipping, licenses and permits, marketing, etc.
All in, he estimated the base cost of a bottle of small-production Napa Valley sauvignon blanc to be about $11.43.
You can purchase a bottle of Three Wishes for one-third

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From the Mailbag

Moe Kanoudi

Main Street Eyewear


Looks at Life Through
Designer Glasses

efinition of a conundrum: The definition


of the word Conundrum is: something
that is puzzling or confusing.
"A gun is like a parachute. If you need one,
and don't have one, you'll
probably never need one
again."

Here are six Conundrums in the


United States of America:
1. America is capitalist and greedy - yet half
of the population is subsidized.

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1. We are advised to NOT judge


ALL Muslims by the actions of
a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge ALL gun
owners by the actions of a
FEW lunatics.
Funny how that works.
And here's another one
worth considering

2. Seems we constantly hear about


how Social Security is going to run
out of money. But we never hear about
welfare or food stamps running out of money!
What's interesting is the first group "worked
for" their money, but the second didn't.
Think about it.....and Last but not least

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6. They have things that people in other


only dream about - yet they want
countries
2. Half of the population is subsidized - yet
America to be more like those other coun3. Why are we cutting benefits for our vetthey think they are victims.
tries.
erans, no pay raises for our military and cutting our army to a level lower than before
3. They think they are victims - yet their
Think about it! And that, my friends, pretty WWII, but we are not stopping the payments
representatives run the government.
much sums up the USA in the 21st Century. or benefits to illegal aliens.
Am I the only one missing something?
4. Their representatives run the government Makes you wonder who is doing the math.
- yet the poor keep getting poorer.
These following three, short sentences tell
"If you do not take an interest in the affairs
5. The poor keep getting poorer - yet they you a lot about the direction of our current of your government, then you are doomed to
live under the rule of fools." Plato
have things that people in other countries government and cultural environment:
only dream about.

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ure, drivers get tickets, not cars, but if a specific model rakes up too many moving violations nationwide, it could become more
expensive to insure.
Insurance.com of Foster City, Calif., collected the
data as people shopped for car-insurance quotes on

Insurance gets more expensive after a moving violation, usually as the ticket wipes out good driving-record discounts that can reach as much as
25%, depending on specific circumstances and insurance companies, said Masterson.
Rates also increase after such tick-

in insurance, bad credit, multiple claims or multiple


speeding tickets -- will have a more dramatic effect
than, say, choosing a sedan over a race car... Duh...
was this another Federal Grant Study!

Ticket magnet: The Lexus


ES 300 is the car attracting
the most tickets in the U.S.

MarketWatch photo illustration/Wikipedia

Wow!

ets, he said. A nick due to a moving


violation can remain relevant for insurance purposes for as many as
five years.
To work out its ranking, Insurance.com left out vehicles that garnered too few quotes, to make sure
the ranking drew from large enough
pools to rule out, for instance,
that a proverbial lead-foot driver in
an ultraluxury and rare Maserati
wouldnt skew results.
A high number of tickets is not
an indicator that a new car will be
expensive to insure, as insurance
companies care more about claims,
the company says on its website.
But if a particular model is involved in more accidents or is more
expensive to repair after a collision,
an owner can expect to pay higher
rates even if his own record is
clean, although a drivers driving
record is likely to have a greater impact on insurance rates, it says.
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the site. It used more than 300,000 submissions between January 2014 and February of this year to
rank vehicles by the percentage of drivers who received tickets.
The Lexus ES 300 tops the list with 33% of its
drivers getting tickets in that time period. Compare
that with the least ticketed car, the Buick Encore,
which saw only 3% of its drivers get tickets.
Toyota Motor Corp.s Lexus division made the
Lexus ES 300 between 1992 and 2003, according
to Edmunds.com. At its heyday, the car was a relatively affordable, entry-level luxury sedan thought
to be reliable and easy to maintain, it said.
The No. 2 car with the most tickets? The Nissan
350Z, a sporty two-seater sold by Nissan Motor Co
until 2009. Third on the most-ticketed list was also
a sports car (the Dodge Charger SE/SXT ), which
made sense to the team at Insurance.com.
That an older Lexus was at the top was a surprise,
though, said Les Masterson, a managing editor at
Insurance.com. A luxury sedan is usually thought
of as a car geared to older drivers with deeper pockets, who would tend to be more cautious. The team
has theorized that perhaps the Lexus ES 300, now
being sold as used cars, are reaching younger drivers, perhaps even going from parents to their offspring with less driving experience.

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Arnaud Dufour

Common
Mortgage
Mistake

n mortgage markets like todays, the overwhelming majority of American homeowners are looking to refinance to take
advantage of the current record low rates. Saving money monthly on the mortgage payments multiplies by twelve to
yield a much larger annual
savings. Multiply that by the
number of years left on the
mortgage and now were talking about tens, even hundreds
of thousands of dollars over the
term of the loan.
Of course there are some
homeowners that dont want to
go through with a refinance at
this time. While there are certainly
some valid reasons not to, there is
one common objection that is
based on incomplete assumptions
about the math behind amortization.
It therefore leads to one of the
biggest financial flaws that people
make with their mortgage:
I dont want to refinance because
Im starting to pay more principle on
the mortgage than when I started.
This is how amortization works. In the
earlier stages of the loan, the payment includes
more interest than principal. As time goes on,
the difference between the two becomes less
and less until you eventually start paying more
principal than interest. For example, a

$350,000 at 4.0% has a monthly payment of


$1670.95. The first months payment includes
$1166.67 interest and $504.29 principal. After
one year, that principal
has climbed to $523.09
and the interest has
dropped to $1147.86 per
month. After five years,
the principal would be
at $613.69 per month.
The concept of not
wanting to start
over on building
this increase in
monthly principal
makes sense, but
ruling out a refinance to a lower
rate is flawed if
this is the only
reason for not
doing it. The
math simply
doesnt support it. Lets
take a look:
If this same person started
with a $350,000 loan at 4.0%, their principal would be down to $316,566.30 and their
payment would still be $1670.95. At that point
in the loan, they would be paying $613.69 towards principal and $1057.27 in interest. If this
same person refinance to a 25 year loan at

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3.5%, their payment would drop to $1584.81.


Of that, $661.49 would go towards principal
and $923.32 towards interest.
According to the math, refinancing to a lower
rate does not undo the increase in amortization that has been built over the last few years,
it actually propels it! The refinance instantly
reduces nearly $50 per month and adds that towards the principal. At the same time, this person has also reduced their payment by $86.14
every month. In one year, that is $1033.68 in
savings. Over the remaining 25 years of the
loan, that would add up to $25,842.
Of course, this same homeowner would have
the option to refinance to the lower rate and
continue making the same $1670.95 payment
they were already accustomed to doing. If they
did so, they would increase the amount going
towards principal to $747.63 and dramatically
kickstart the amortization they had built into
a completely different gear. Taking advantage
of this option would cut the remaining term of
their loan from 25 years to 23 years. Taking advantage of eliminating two complete years
worth of mortgage payment would effectively
save this homeowner $40,102.80.
While this homeowners sentiment of not
wanting to lose what they had built can certainly be understood we can see that the math
doesnt support the logic. The challenge that a
mortgage consultant has lies in taking the focus
off of what they feel they might lose and refocusing on what they have to gain.

Arnaud Dufour is a Sr. Mortgage Banker at Newport Beach based DLJ Financial. With more than eleven years in the industry,
Arnaud is available to answer questions in Real Estate Finance E-mail: adufour@dljfinancial.com Call: 714-677-4107
CA DRE # 01360217 NMLS# 335758
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According to data out Wednesday from the National Association of Realtors, the median price of a home in the California city
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that the group has registered such a high figure in a metro area.
All in all, during the second quarter, home prices increased in
83% of the 178 metro areas that NAR tracks, and the average
price of a single-family home nationwide increased 4.9% yearover-year, to $240,700.
The rise in prices also highlighted the vast shortage of homes
being built, according to Lawrence Yun, the chief economist for
NAR.
"However, with homebuilding activity still failing to keep up
with demand and not enough current homeowners putting their
home up for sale, prices continued their strong ascent and
in many markets at a rate well above income growth," Yun said
in the report we've highlighted this problem numerous times,
dubbing it "the new housing crisis," and the NAR data reiterates that the supply of homes on the market both new and
existing is running well below demand, pushing prices up
and keeping first-time homebuyers out of the market.
Yun noted that the rate of new homes coming onto the market is well under the average for most recovery periods, and as
incomes and wages rise, more people are looking to buy
homes. Couple that with people in existing homes being disincentivized to move, and you get bidding wars that push prices
out of many buyers' range.
"Many listings in a majority of markets and especially
those in lower price ranges had multiple offers and went
under contract quickly because of severely inadequate supply,"
Yun said in the report. "This in turn dented affordability and
without a doubt priced out a segment of buyers attempting to

seek relief from fast-growing rents."


This problem was also reflected in the affordability index from
NAR:
"Despite falling mortgage rates and a small increase in the national family median income ($68,774), swiftly rising home prices
caused affordability to decline in the second quarter compared to
a year ago. To purchase a single-family home at the national median price, a buyer making a 5 percent down payment would need
an income of $52,255, a 10 percent down payment would require
an income of $49,504, and $44,004 would be needed for a 20 percent down payment."
While San Jose may be a bit of an outlier, it certainly reflects
just how expensive things are becoming for American homebuyers.

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NEW TOYOTA
NEW TOYOTA
NEW TOYOTA
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TOYOTA
TOYOTA
TOYOTA
TOYOTA
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NEW TOYOTA
TOYOTA
2016 TUNDRA
2017 PRIUS V &
2017 SIENNA &
2016 AVALON
2017 CAMRY &
2016 COROLLA
2016 RAV-4
(Excludes Pro-Series)
2016 PRIUS C
2016 PRIUS LB,
& CAMRY
& YARIS
PRIUS V & SIENNA
YARIS
(In lieu of factory rebates)
(In Lieu of Factory Financing)

E PA

AUTOMATIC
AUTOMA
MATIC
TIC

PG H WY

5 at the lease

$11
119
9

NEW 2
2017
017 CAMRY
CAMRY SE

33

Mo
Model
del #2
#2546
546 with MSRP of $2
$24,699
4,699 In Stock

A
AUTOMATIC
UTOMATIC

AT E D

37

AT E D

NEW 2016
2016 COROLLA
COROLL
OLLA
A S PLUS
Mo
Model
del #1
#1864
864 with MSRP of $2
$21,204
1,204 In Stock

EST I M
E PA

EST I M

PG H WY

5 at the lease

$15
159
9

PER MO.
+TAX

PER MO.
+TAX

24 MONTH LEASE
ON APPROVED TIER 1+ CREDIT

36 MONTH LEASE
ON APPROVED TIER 1+ CREDIT

$3,650 due at lease signing plus $1,000 factory lease cash; plus tax and license. No security deposit required. Cap
Cost $20,666.26. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage over 12,000 miles per year at 15 per excess mile.

$3,999 due at lease signing plus $1,250 factory lease cash; plus tax and license. No security deposit required. Cap
Cost $23,786.20. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage over 12,000 miles per year at 15 per excess mile.

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10
10 MINI
MINI
C
OOPE R HARDTOP
HARDTOP
COOPER
A
uto, air,
air, p
ower g
Auto,
power
group,
roup,
layer, ttilt
CD
player,
C
Dp
il t
((260595/ATZ67482)
260595/ATZ67482)

07
07 TOYOTA
TOYOTA M
MATRIX
ATRIX
-THEORY EEDITION
DITION
M-THEORY
M
One
One ow
owner,
ner, llow
ow m
miles,
iles, aauto,
uto,
air,
air, ppower
ower ggroup,
roup, moon
moon roof
roof
((260600/7C643498)
26060 0/ 7C643498)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

10,495

13
13 SCION
SC I O N
TC
LLow
ow m
miles,
il es , p
power
ower group,
group,
PPanorama
anorama roof,
roof, alloys
alloys
(36
(360382/D3061789)
0382/D3061789)

995
10,99
5

14
14 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
P
PRIUS
RIUS TWO
TWO
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, p
power
ower g
group,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, uused
sed
(260458/E0377056)
(260458/E0377056)

15
15,99
995
5

14 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
14
C
OROLLA S PLUS
PLUS
COROLLA
A
uto, air,
air, p
ower g
roup,
Auto,
power
group,
C
Dp
layer, uused
sed
CD
player,
(360425/EP076158)
(360425/EP076158)

16,495

14
TOYOTA
14 T
OYOTA
C
OROLLA S P
COROLLA
PLUS
LUS
A
uto, air,
air, p
ower g
roup,
Auto,
power
group,
C
Dp
layer, uused
sed
CD
player,
((360411/EP156036)
360411/EP156036)

1 ONLY
ONLY

16
16 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
C
CAMRY
AMRY LE
A
Auto,
uto, air,
air, p
power
ower g
group,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, uused
sed
(360352/GU142331)
(360352/GU142331)

17,99
995
5

13
13 BMW
B MW
328I
328I SEDAN
SE DAN
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, p
power
ower group,
group,
MP3/CD
MP3/CD player
player
(360260/DF602988)
(360260/DF602988)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

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32

14
14 LE
LEXUS
XU S
C
CT
T 200
200 HYBRID
HYB RI D
Auto,
A
uto, air,
air, leather,
leather, m
moon
o on
roof,
roof, M
MP3,
P3, uused
sed
(360279/E2182361)
(360279/E2182361)

20,495

14
14 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
SIENNA
SIENNA LE
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, p
power
ower group,
group,
C
CD
Dp
player,
layer, uused
sed
(360319/ES485958)
(360
0319/ES485958)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

14 T
OYOTA
TOYOTA
14
COROLLA S PLUS
PLUS
COROLLA
Auto, air,
air, p
ower g
Auto,
power
group,
roup,
C
Dp
layer, uused
sed
CD
player,
(360413/EC180388)
(360413/EC180388)

22,995
995

11
11 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
4RUNNER
4RU NNE R SR5
S R5
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, p
power
ower group,
group,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, ttilt
il t
(360318/B5031975)
(360318/B5031975)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

18,495

15
15 TOYOTA
TOYOTA TACOMA
TACOMA
PRERUNNER
PRERUNNER DDBL
BL CAB
CAB TRD
TR D
Long
Long BBed,
ed, auto,
auto, N
Navigation,
a v i g a ti o n ,
air,
air, ppower
ower group,
group, C
CD
D player,
player,
used
used (360327/FM043916)
(360327/FM043916)

27,99
995
5

16
16 FFORD
ORD FF150
150
C
CREW
REW CAB
CAB XLT
XLT
A
Auto,
uto, air,
air, p
power
ower g
group,
roup,
C
CD
Dp
player,
layer, uused
sed
((360359/GFA17231)
360
03
359/GFA17231)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

5
32,99
995

32,99
5
995

11
11 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
VENZA
VE NZ A W
WAGON
AGON
Auto,
A
uto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, ttilt
il t
(260399/BU 053981)
(260399/BU053981)

16,99
995
5

13 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
13
PRIUS THREE
TH REE
PRIUS
Auto,
Auto, a
air,
ir, power
power ggroup,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, titiltlt
(360388/D5635572)
(360388/D5635572)

18,495

20,98
988
8

13
13 NISSAN
NISSAN FRONTIER
F R O N TI E R
K
KING
ING CCAB
AB PRO-4X
PRO-4X 4
4X4
X4
V
V6,
6, a
auto,
uto, air,
air, p
power
ower
g
group,
roup, backup
backup ccamera
amera
((260415/DN729827)
260415/DN729827)

16
16 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
C
CAMRY
AMRY SE
SE
Auto,
A
uto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
CD
C
Dp
player,
layer, uused
sed
(360150/GU188527)
(360150/GU188527)

1 ONLY
ONLY

22,99
995
5

13
13 LEXUS
LEXUS
G
GS
S3
350
50
Leather,
Leather, power
power ggroup,
roup,
N
Navigation,
avigation, ssunroof,
unroof, aalloys
lloys
((360231/D5020910)
360231/D5020910)

28,495

23,495

12
12 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
4 RU N N E R S
4RUNNER
SR5
R5
A
Auto,
uto, a
air,
ir, power
power ggroup,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, titiltlt
(260549/C5040679)
(260549/C5040679)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

28,99
995
5

17,495

13
13 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
P
RIUS THREE
TH RE E
PRIUS
N
Navigation,
avigation, auto,
auto, a
air,
ir,
p
power
ower group,
group, C
CD
D player
player
(36
(360361/D1673073)
0361/D1673073)

13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
13
SIENNA LE
SIENNA
7-pass,
7
-p a s s , a
auto,
uto, air,
air, power
power
g
group,
roup, CD
CD player
player
((260513/DS326825)
260513/DS326825)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

18,99
995
5

19,99
995
5

5
21,99
995

1 ONLY
ONLY

5
33,99
995

1 O
ONLY
NLY

23,99
995
5

5
33,99
995

14
14 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
COROLLA
COROLLA L
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, uused
sed
(360444/EP166211)
(360444/EP166211)
1 ONLY
ONLY

17,495

13
13 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
CAMRY HYBRID
HYB RI D X
LE
CAMRY
XLE
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, ppower
ower ggroup,
roup, CD
CD player,
player,
navigation,
navigation, leather,
leather, mmoon
oon rroof
o of
((360440/DU074725)
360440/DU 074725)

17,5
595
95

16 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
16
CAMRY SE
SE
CAMRY
A
Auto,
uto, a
air,
ir, power
power ggroup,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, uused
sed
(36
(360345/GU136521)
0345/GU136521)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

20,495

1 O
ONLY
NLY

20,495

15
15 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
RAV-4
RAV-4 LE A
AWD
WD
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
C
CD
Dp
player,
layer, uused
sed
(360419/FW290441)
(360419/FW290441)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

22,495

1 O
ONLY
NLY

22,495

1 O
ONLY
NLY

24,495

1 ONLY
ONLY

24,99
995
5

1 O
ONLY
NLY

26,99
995
5

14
14 A
ACURA
C U RA
12
12 TOYOTA
TOYOTA TACOMA
TACOMA
14
14 JEEP
JEEP W
WRANGLER
R A N G LE R
13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
R
RDX
DX T
TECH
EC H
PPRERUNNER
RE RU N N E R D
DBL
BL CAB
CAB TRD
TRD UNLIMITED
U NLIMITED SSPORT
PORT 4
4X4
X4 TUNDRA
TU ND RA CREW
C REW MAX
MAX
LLeather,
eather, Navigation,
N a v i g a ti o n ,
Long
Long BBed,
ed, Auto,
Auto, air,
air,
Hard
Hard ttop,
op, a
auto,
uto, air,
air, power
power A
Auto,
uto, a
air,
ir, power
power ggroup,
roup,
ppower
ower group,
group, moon
moon roof,
roof, Navigation,
Navigation, ppower
ower ggroup,
roup, C
CD
D g
group,
roup, C
CD
D player,
player, uused
sed
CD
CD p
player,
layer, a
alloys
lloys
uused
sed (260534/EL001880)
(260534/EL0 01880) pplayer
layer (360326/CM032598)
(360326/CM032598)
((360304/EL237424)
360304/EL237424)
(360400/DX145219)
(36040 0/DX145219)
1 ONLY
ONLY

28,99
995
5

1 ONLY
ONLY

5
21,99
995

13,495

1 ONLY
ONLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

ONLY
1 ONLY

15
15 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
15
15 T
TOYOTA
OYOTA
13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA PRIUS
P RI U S
14
14 D
DODGE
ODGE RAM
RA M
SIENNA
S
IENNA LE
SIENNA
SIENNA LE
PLUG-IN
PLUG-IN ADVANCED
ADVANCED 1500
150 0 Q
QUAD
UAD CAB
C AB 4
4X4
X4
8-p
8-pass,
ass, power
power group,
group,
8-pass,
8-pass, aauto,
uto, rrear
ear aair,
ir,
C
CARPOOL
ARPOOL STICKERS,
ST I C K E R S ,
A
Auto,
uto, a
air,
ir, power
power ggroup,
roup,
ssliding
l i d ing p
power
ower doors,
doors, used
used power
power ggroup,
roup, C
CD
D pplayer,
layer, N
Navigation,
avigation, power
power ggroup
roup CD
CD p
player,
layer, a
alloys,
lloys, used
us e d
((360299/FS11444)
360299/FS11444)
used
used (36
(360301/FS606277)
0301/FS606277) (260563/D3042730)
(260563/D3042730)
(36
(360394/ES296173)
0394/ES296173)

15
15 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
16
16 TTOYOTA
OYOTA TTACOMA
ACOMA
16
16 TTOYOTA
OYOTA TACOMA
TACOMA
HIGHLANDER
HIGH LAND E R LLEE P
PLUS
LU S D
DBL
BL CAB
CAB TR
TRD
DO
OFF
FF RO
ROAD
AD DBL
D BL C
CAB
AB TR
TRD
DO
OFF
FF RO
ROAD
AD
A
Auto,
uto, air,
air, p
power
ower g
group,
roup,
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group, N
Navigation,
avigation, power
power g
group,
roup,
CD
C
Dp
player,,
layer,, used
us e d
CD
CD p
player,
layer, uused
sed
m
moon
oon rroof,
oof, tow
tow p
pkg,
kg, uused
sed
((9360427/FS074030)
9360427/FS07
074
4030) (360420/GM002865)
(360420/GM0 02865)
(360372/M0016683)
(360372/M0 016683)

13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
PRIUS
PRIUS TWO
TWO
A
uto, a
air,
power
ower group,
group,
Auto,
ir, p
CD p
layer, titiltlt
CD
player,
(36
0367/D1723951)
(360367/D1723951)

13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
PRIUS
PRIUS PLUG
PLUG IN
IN
R
RAV-4
AV-4 X
XLE
LE
CARPOOL
CARPOOL STICKERS,
STICKERS, Auto,
Auto, air,
air, ppower
ower ggroup,
roup, CD
CD player,
player,
Navigation,
Navigation, power
power ggroup
roup nnavigation,
avigation, leather,
leather, mmoon
oon rroof
o of
(360387/D3048008)
(360387/D30480 08)
(360424/DW046180)
(360424/DW046180)

1 ONLY
ONLY

5
12,99
995

1 O
ONLY
NLY

14
14 M
MAZDA
AZDA
MAZDA5 SPORT
SPORT W
WGN
GN
MAZDA5
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
MP3,
MP3, used
us e d
((360295/E0177292)
360295/E0177292)

ONLY
1 ONLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

16,99
995
5

1 O
ONLY
NLY

13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
PRIUS
PRIUS TWO
TWO
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, p
power
group,
ower g
roup,
CD
CD p
player
layer
(2
60565/D1721516)
(260565/D1721516)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

1 ONLY
ONLY

5
20,99
995

12,495

13
13 NISSAN
NISSAN
ROGUE
ROGU E SL
SL
Leather,
Leather, Navigation,
N a v i g a ti o n ,
m
moon
oon rroof,
oof, backup
backup camera
camera
260460/DW507888)
((260460/DW507888)

07
07 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
FFJ
J CRUISER
C RU I S E R 4
4X4
X4
Auto,
A
uto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
CD
C
Dp
player,
layer, ttilt
il t
(360423/70101025)
(360423/ 70101025)

14
VOLKSWAGEN
14 V
OLKSWAGEN
P
ASSAT
PASSAT
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
Auto,
C
Dp
layer, uused
CD
player,
sed
(2
60599/EC025221)
(260599/EC025221)

ONLY
1 O
NLY

5
11,99
995

1 O
ONLY
NLY

ONLY
1 ONLY

ONLY
1 ONLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

12
12 HONDA
HONDA
ACCORD S
SEE
ACCORD
A
uto, air,
air, power
power g
roup,
Auto,
group,
C
Dp
layer
CD
player
(260342/CA108514)
(260342/CA108514)

1 ONLY
ONLY

11
11 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
RAV-4
RAV-4 LLIMITED
IMITE D V6
V6
CAMRY
CAMRY XLE
XLE V6
V6
Auto, air,
air, ppower
ower group,
group, CD
CD player,
player,
Auto,
Auto, air,
air, ppower
ower ggroup,
roup, C
CDD pplayer,
layer, Auto,
nnavigation,
avigation, leather,
leather, mmoon
oon roof
roof
nnavigation,
avigation, leather,
leather, mmoon
oon rroof
o of
(260594/BW009120)
(260594/BW0 09120)
((360403/DU535768)
360403/DU535768)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

27,495

95
11,5
595

1 ONLY
ONLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

22,495

12
12 INFINITI
INFINITI
FFX
X 35
35
PPremium
remium pkg,
pkg, N
Navigation,
a v i g a ti o n ,
lleather,
eather, m
moon
oon rroof
o of
(260527/CM120870)
(260527/CM120870)

16,99
995
5

13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
YARIS L
YARIS
Auto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
Auto,
CD p
layer
CD
player
(360364/DD561934)
(360364/DD561934)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

1 ONLY
ONLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

20,495

13
13 TOYOTA
TOYOTA
C
CAMRY
AMRY SE
SE
Auto,
A
uto, air,
air, p
power
ower g
group,
roup,
CD
CD p
player
layer
((360433/DU228300)
360433/DU22830 0)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

17,99
995
5

10,99
995
5

1 O
ONLY
NLY

ONLY
1 ONLY

15 M
ITSU BISHI
15
MITSUBISHI
LLANCER
ANC ER EES
S
A
uto, air,
air, power
power group,
group,
Auto,
C
Dp
layer, uused
CD
player,
sed
((360254/FU007029)
360254/FU 0 07029)

1 ONLY
ONLY

1 ONLY
ONLY

VOLKSWAGEN
12
12 V
OLKSWAGEN
JETTA
J
ETTA S
A
uto, air,
air, p
group,
Auto,
power
ower group,
layer, ttilt
CD
player,
CD p
il t
(260596/CM410813)
(260596/CM410813)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

29,99
995
5

16
16 TTOYOTA
OYOTA TACOMA
TACOMA
D
DBL
BL C
CAB
AB S
SR5
R5 4
4X4
X4
A
Auto,
uto, air,
air, power
power g
group,
roup,
CD
CD p
player,
layer, ttow,
ow, uused
sed
(360384/GM004987)
(360384/GM0 04987)

1 ONLY
ONLY

34,99
995
5

1 ONLY
ONLY

30,495

5
37,99
995

31,99
995
5

14
14 TTOYOTA
OYOTA TUNDRA
TU N D R A
15
15 TOYOTA
TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
H I G H L AN D E R
CREW
C REW M
MAX
AX 4
4X4
X4 5.7L
5. 7L
LIMITED
LIMITE D PPLATINUM
LATIN UM AWD
AWD
TRD
TRD Off
Off RRoad,
oad,
RRadar
adar ccruise,
ruise, nnavigation,
avigation, leather,
leather,
Navigation,
Navigation, tow
tow p
pkg,
kg, uused
sed
m
moon
oon roof,
roof, C
CD
D player,
player, used
us e d
(260377/EX410905)
(260377/EX410905)
(260585/FS144458)
(260585/FS144458)

1 O
ONLY
NLY

1 O
ONLY
NLY

1 ONLY
ONLY

995
37,995

1 O
ONLY
NLY

5
40,99
995

TOLL FREE

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With
ith An
Any
y New
New Vehicle
Vehicle Purchase,
Vehicl
Receive a Complimentary
Complimentary City
City of
Receive
Huntington Beach
Beach Annual
Annual 1-Year
1-Year
1-Y
Huntington
Parking Pass
Pass Voucher.
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Voucher
Parking
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NOTICE OF SECURITY: All our vehicles are equipped with a temporary anti-theft device, which is the property of the dealership a
and
nd will be removed upon purchase.
All vehicles subject to prior sale plus government fees and taxes, any finance charges, $80 document processing charge, any electronic filing charge, and any emission
testing charge. Offers good through 9/8/16. No dealers, brokers or fleet, written dealer limited warranty available for review
review.. See dealer for complete details.