For some reason, your blogger spent half an hour yesterday purposefully getting yelled at by Orange County elected officials. The cause was Save Your City, a nifty-looking website that aims to stop the state government from diverting funds from municipalities to shore up the budget. They've got a ga ... More >>
We vowed to be more sparing in our blog coverage of Irvine Assemblyman/2010 senatorial candidate Chuck DeVore's publicity campaign to seem like the most affably goofy nuclear-power lobbyist in the state. But it's time for an update, because DeVore's gone and made another Don Henley parody. This one ... More >>
Lots of Unprotected Fornications in SD: The San Diego Union-Tribune reports this morning that youths ages 15 to 24 in our southern neighbor county had a whopping 85,000 cases of chlaymdia, gonorrhea and AIDS in 2005. How’s that rank? Well, according to the newspaper, researchers at the Cali ... More >>
WEB EXCLUSIVE! The OC Weeklys Statewide picks
There are people on the Right who still believe George W. Bush is the greatest thing since sliced Reagan. (People on the Left do, too, but in a totally different way.) So leave it to those qwaaaazy Minutemen Projectors to compare the Dubs to Reagan's archest enemy-turned-steam-room buddy: Mikhail Go ... More >>
Imagine Me on a Bus!
Stop us if youve heard this one before . . .
What else is this battered old Spiro Agnew watch to conclude after the news that Murrieta Valley Unified School District is poised to open California's very first Ronald Reagan High School in 2009. Well, "poised to open" is actually conflating things a bit (just like a certain deceased president's ... More >>
OC reverend played the gay card to aid FBI corruption target
We're re-posting this Oct. 10, 2005, post because: a) A reader wondered why the Weekly had never connected slime-ball GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff to our smurfin' Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach). As the post shows, Clockwork had (and Moxley will mention it in Thursday's edition). 2) ... More >>
How Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped worrying and learned to love selling out to special interests
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Dornan says Rohrabachers got a weakness for terror suspects
Congressman Dana Rohrabachers absolutely crazy, quite possibly illegal back-channel chats with the villains of Sept. 11