Cynthia Ward

I am a truth-teller. It gets me in trouble. But if you ask me if a dress makes you look fat, I will tell so, and help select another, before you go on television and realize it for yourself. My real friends are expected to be truthful with me as well. A secret shared will be taken to my grave, but lie to me, and it will end up here...on these pages... especially if you are tasked with the stewardship of public resources. I am a registered Republican who disdains the local GOP power structure, a born-again Christian who supports everyone's right to spend their lives with the partner of their choosing. I am a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister. I am a loyal friend to those who merit that friendship and when crossed I am a bitch with a capital C. I do not fit into a box, nor do I see others through the stereotypes that politics and public affairs so often tries to shoehorn us into. I think for myself, and so do you. Welcome to our shared space in this world.

The Truth and Nothing But the Truth

This morning’s Orange County Register featured an investigative piece by Keegan Kyle reporting that the Anaheim Police Department may not only have one of the more dismal records in the State for solving crime, but they appear to have created an accountability system that covers over those numbers when reporting to the City Council and the public. So much… Read more →

Who Is Anaheim Leadership Really Serving?

Now that we are clearing the campaign signs from our street corners, let’s get back to the business of watching California’s 10th largest city beat itself to death every other Tuesday night. In light of the new and improved Council structure, a number of us determined to begin keeping a closer eye on what is happening. Here is my head’s… Read more →

Go Vote, and Don’t Screw It Up

I could not have said it better myself, so I won’t. Today’s post is shamelessly stolen from Jason Young over at SaveAnaheim blog. Get out there and vote. If you do not have a ride, contact me and we will get you to the polls (even if you are voting for the opposition. ) You must choose, but choose… Read more →