NUFF OF THIS ALREADY this Neighbors United For Fullerton


Here is an article that came in from our friend FULLERTON LOVER. Looks like its time for some more of Fullerton’s  famous…


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It’s not just the public safety unions, they are also in the metaphorical hip pocket of the Teachers and Professors that use groups with civic minded sounding names like “Neighbors United For Fullerton” to advance their thinly veiled agenda to support local candidates that will be supportive of higher pay and earlier retirement packages for local school teachers.

Consider that, “Neighbors United For Fullerton” or NUFF, labels themselves as a local political group who professes to be non-partisan. Webster’s dictionary defines non-partisan as:

free from party affiliation, bias, or designation.

I have done a little of my own research into just who and what NUFF is, and have come to far different conclusions about who and what NUFF REALLY is, as opposed to whom they say they are.

Firstly, there is the connection with the Fullerton Observer, who also professes to be non-partisan. That of course is long time political commentator that pontificates instead of really analyzes local politicians, “Vince” Buck.

Vince Buck is a NUFF member. Who else are NUFF members? You would think with a name like “Neighbors United For Fullerton” that this would be a group of neighbors who hoped that their collective voices would be better heard, yet in reality, I noticed that most, if not all, off the names that I’ve found ran through the state of California’s “Transparent California” website, have come back showing NUFF members as Teachers and Professors that advocate for candidates in local elections that will give them generous raises and retirement packages, for sub-par Teachers and Professors…

CSUF Professor Vince Buck’s “Rate My Professor” ratings…

http://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=340679

CSUF Professor Vince Buck’s over $1,500 a week ($76K per year) retirement from CSUF:

http://transparentcalifornia.com/pensions/2014/calpers/j-v-buck/

OC Register news article referencing Vince Buck as a Fullerton Library Trustee and NUFF member from 1/8/2008…

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/library-125114-fullerton-voters.html

I guess the real problem I have is that NUFF, who claims to be non-partisan, is consistently supportive of Fullerton City Council candidates which are also supported simultaneousy by the Democrats of North Orange County such as Doug Chaffee:

( key and full list of donors such as SQS,Pam Keller,Vice Buck, Fullerton Observer, and NUFF)

http://www.smartvoter.org/2010/11/02/ca/or/vote/chaffee_d/

Karen Haluza

http://www.smartvoter.org/2008/11/04/ca/or/vote/haluza_k/endorse.html

Also note how Pam Keller’s campaign contributions from the 2006 Fullerton City Council election, clearly showing a $2,500 contribution from supposedly non-partisan group, NUFF, or Neighbors United For Fullerton…which I believe in reality it is the covert arm of the educators in this community, subversively funneling money to Democratic candidates such as Keller,Flory, and SQS, Chaffee, etc…

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http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/391823/Page1.aspx

Pam Keller’s payment back to NUFF…

http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/391765/Page1.aspx

Pam’s contribution to fellow Democrat, Doug Chaffee…

http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/449576/Page1.aspx

http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/423073/Page1.aspx

Pam’s 2006 contributors, including the Democratic Party of Orange…

http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/391825/Page1.aspx

I think that it’s also noteworthy to see how the Fullerton Observer’s editor, Sharon Kennedy, perjures herself under oath in this Superior Court declaration , by stating that the Fullerton Observer is non-partisan, and non-sectarian.

I’ll grant them the last one, but the first is a blatant lie as the Fullerton Observer’s definitely supportive with their coverage of Democratic candidates, such as Chaffee, Sharon Quirk Silva and Pam Keller, and obviously slanted in their coverage of Republicans such as Norby, Nelson, Whitaker, and even Chris Thompson.

http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/tag/sharon-kennedy/

30 year FJUSD Trustee, Bob Singer’s list of endorsements listing includes NUFF, Vince Buck, Fullerton Observer, Jan Flory, Jennifer Fitzgerald, SQS, and the Democratic party…

https://ballotpedia.org/Robert_A._Singer

  1. #1 by Telling It Like It Is on December 11, 2015 - 4:54 pm

    The facts totally support the contention that NUFF is a pro-union, Democratic organization as Fullerton Lover has so correctly pointed out. Feeding the ever growing gravy train of salaries and benefits for public union employees, with taxpayer money is one of, if not the major goal of organizations such as NUFF. If they put the letter S in front of their name, you would have a better description of this organization and its attempt to constantly ruin the private sector by taking more and more of other people’s money for their own greedy purposes.

    • #2 by Anonymous on December 11, 2015 - 7:54 pm

      Ladies night out including Observer rabble Keller and her attack dogs out for bacon and smores tonight spotted heading north on …..

  2. #3 by up on the hill on December 11, 2015 - 10:09 pm

    Sucking us dry like there is no tomorrow with the bleeding hearts playing the fiddle. Don’t forget the cluck crackers like Catlin and the Meyers that turned this racket into a multi-generational enterprise.

  3. #4 by Anonymous on December 12, 2015 - 8:31 am

    Very well researched article. The problem is so many residents are just in love with this leech therapy. They would be lost without their host.

  4. #5 by Anonymous on December 12, 2015 - 1:43 pm

    Singer needs to be mothballed.

    • #6 by Anonymous on December 12, 2015 - 5:11 pm

      Isn’t that the truth. Usually, elderly people exhibit wisdom. Not the case with Bob Singer.

      • #7 by Anonymous on December 15, 2015 - 5:11 am

        Bob Singer is not who you think he is.

        • #8 by Anonymous on December 15, 2015 - 11:44 am

          That was not a comment made frivolously. How so?

  5. #9 by Anonymous on December 12, 2015 - 6:29 pm

    Isn’t Pam Keller back where she belongs in a 3rd grade classroom? I think Chris Thompson made issue of her conflict with the Collaborative and the district. These NUFF creeps are just a bunch of limousine liberals with a splash of green. They are happy as long as the taxes are going up and no one is paying attention. They don’t give a shit about anything else. Nice work on this one Fullerton Lover. I think we really need to extract this Buck character out of Fullerton’s lower political jaw for good.

    • #10 by Joe Imbriano on December 15, 2015 - 9:41 am

      Pam Keller is Just another reason to get your children out of The Fullerton School District classrooms.

  6. #11 by origin of species on December 14, 2015 - 1:51 pm

    There are some real bizarre creatures that have emerged from this slime pit and have assumed some very questionable roles. Anyone know why Pam Keller is so hot for the FPOA? We know why Buck lives down in this dark shaft but what about Pam?

    • #12 by Fullerton Lover on December 15, 2015 - 10:10 am

      I guess I have another open ended question I believe needs to be addressed before the next election also…

      Who is this “retired investor” John Wilson Phillips?

      John Wilson Phillip’s Father…

      http://jesselatour.blogspot.com/2014/02/fullerton-oral-histories-wilson-phelps.html

      Why did John Wilson Phillips give the three city council candidates who were recalled that year, McKinley, Jones, and Bankhead, at least $1,000?

      Why did he donate $5,000 to Larry Bennett’s failed bid to thwart the recall of those three city councilman in 2012?

      Why did John Wilson Phelps give Jan Flory $10,000 to run for a city council position paying less than $10,000 per year?

      Why did John Wilson Phelps give $500 each to Jennifer Fitzgerald and Rick Alvarez to run for city council in 2012 to replace the three candidates of his which were recalled?

      http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/520319/Page1.aspx

      Why did he give $10,000 to Jan Flory’s campaign to run for Fullerton City Council in 2012?

      http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/520319/Page1.aspx

      • #13 by Fullerton bought off on December 15, 2015 - 11:31 am

        Our elected officials are bought off by John Wilson Phelps (Phillips).

        Their votes on the City Council are what is wanted by those that have bought Fullerton.

        • #14 by Reality Is.... on December 17, 2015 - 11:25 am

          Is it better for the city council to be bought off by him at $1,000 a pop or Tony Bushala for $500,000?

  7. #16 by Fullerton Lover on December 18, 2015 - 7:33 pm

    Most people don’t even really know who Tony Bushala is, or why he even chose to get involved in Fullerton politics.

    I’d say that this article is a pretty fair place to start…

    http://www.ocweekly.com/news/is-tony-bushala-ocs-newest-kingmaker-6422046

  8. #17 by Fullerton Lover on December 18, 2015 - 7:35 pm

    This article does a pretty fair job of who Tony Bushala is, and why he chose to get involved in Fullerton politics…

    http://www.ocweekly.com/news/is-tony-bushala-ocs-newest-kingmaker-6422046

  9. #18 by Anonymous on December 18, 2015 - 10:59 pm

    Tony needs to come back like yesterday. The Fullerton establishment needs a fucking enema.

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