It was gay rights icon Harvey Milk who described Orange County best, in response to California State Senator John Briggs describing San Francisco as "the moral garbage dump of homosexuality in this country." "Nobody likes garbage 'cause it smells," Milk told reporters. "Yet eight million tourists vi ... More >>
A granddaughter of Paul and Jan Crouch, founders of the flock-fleecing Trinity Broadcasting Network, says the company is covering up her rape at the hands of an employee when she was 13 years old. ... More >>
We're all working past the fifteenth tamale here, so excuse us if we're almost a week late to the hilarious write-up that the British paper The Guardian did on the Holy Land Experience, the Orlando fundamentalist Christian theme park owned and operated by our Trinity Broadcasting Network.Reporter ... More >>
Wonder if Jan and Paul Crouch will offer prayers on-air during Praise-a-Thon to the family destroyed by their drunkard of a pastor...The death certificate for David Rhodes will state he passed away November 3 at age 70 from pneumonia, but his son Tom will always blame Steve Galiher.Galiher, reade ... More >>
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Orange County Register's OC Watchdog blog, Teri "Don't Call Me Terry" Sforza posted the top 10 items based on page views. They are . . . 1. State considers ban on big screen TVs. Joseph. This one went nationwide, and led to many California jokes.
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Let's say you're KOCE-TV Channel 50 head honcho Mel Rogers, and you were presented with the ratings bonanza that was this past weekend's devastating fires in the badlands of northern Orange County. With the advent of digital television, you now have four distinct channels in your capacity. You are ... More >>
Heil, err, Mansoor! Let’s see . . . Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor let people with the Minutemen Project stand during a 2006 city council meeting to show their support for his police-immigration plan. Later, at the same public meeting, other people lead by Benito Acosta attempted to stand in the ... More >>