From Garden Grove, the organization tried to bring down its former country's Communist regime. Instead, it gave American diplomats a giant headache
A federal judge in Orange County has granted summary judgment to Dish Network and imposed a massive fine on a Little Saigon man who operated a satellite piracy business.U.S. District Court Judge James V. Selna ruled this week that Tan Nguyen, the owner of several websites including ftafoall.net and ... More >>
[Moxley Confidential] Little Saigon's Tan Minh Nguyen heatedly pursued for alleged satellite-broadcasting piracy
While most Americans may have forgotten the anniversary, memories of South Vietnam remain poignant in Orange County's Little Saigon region, the world's largest Vietnamese refugee community.On Bolsa Avenue sidewalks this afternoon a youthful, energetic crowd of several dozen protesters gathered, wave ... More >>
Here in the goldarn US of A, we argue about Net neutrality, but over in Vietnam, there are citizens struggling just to get access to the Internet. It's like a mass of people who would looooooove dial-up AOL.Help for them is coming from this side of the world--in Washington, D.C., to be precise--w ... More >>
Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Garden Grove) has issued a statement condemning North Korea for firing dozens of artillery shells at South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island, killing two South Korean soldiers and wounding 15.The freshly reelected congresswoman, who is the ranking female member on the House Armed ... More >>
Viet Cong finally met their match?Poor Nguyen Minh Triet. Sure, he survived as a communist soldier fighting better armed American troops during the Vietnam War and he's fought his way to the top to become president of Vietnam. But President Nguyen can't get a break from Orange County Co ... More >>
ClintonNews services are reporting that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pressured Vietnam's leaders to improve its human rights practices during her trip to the Southeast Asian nation, but two Orange County members of Congress view her actions with opposing conclusions.Loretta Sanchez (D-Anahe ... More >>
Royce to Clinton: Don't be a wimp in HanoiDemonstrating his concern over ongoing human rights abuses by Vietnam's rulers, Congressman Ed Royce has sent a letter to Hillary Clinton asking the secretary of state to pressure the communist nation on the topic during an upcoming trip to Hanoi. "W ... More >>
Protected worker?A highly successful American businessman who lives in Hanoi says that Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez and Iowa Senator Tom Harkin have "overblown" the need for worker rights in Communist-run Vietnam, according to a July 13 Voice of American (VOA) article."From my ... More >>
[Moxley Confidential] The OC congresswoman's tough stance on human trafficking should play well in Little Saigon
Sanchez is playing hardball with VietnamOC Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez has a personal message today for President Barack Obama: Confront the Vietnamese prime minister over human rights violations in Vietnam.
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-Garden Grove) is "outraged" that Vietnam used malware to illicitly monitor the Internet activity of human rights and democracy activists.
Photo by Christopher VictorioWhat was Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez thinking today when she took to the floor in Congress to fight for the rights of a youth activist in Vietnam while she continues to ignore the youth activists pleading for her support in her own backyard? It's not that Nguyen Tien T ... More >>
Amid gifts of flowers, hand-made placards and shouts of "We love you Loretta!" from a crowd of approximately 20 people, Rep. Loretta Sanchez--Orange County's lone Democratic voice in Congress--returned from a trip to Vietnam. A website, perhaps tied to Sanchez, has posted a video of her arrival ce ... More >>
Little Saigon’s latest wave of anti-communist fervor spreads beyond Viet Weekly
Le Vu's Viet Weekly newspaper endures OC's latest anti-communist witch-hunt
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In OC, an affable Nguyen Minh Triet seeks to heal ‘old wounds’
Dozens of media outlets filed reports this weekend about the historic Orange County visit of Vietnam President Nguyen Minh Triet, but only one American reporter gained exclusive access. Read R. Scott Moxley’s story in Thursday’s edition of the OC Weekly.
Anger in the air:Vietnamese-Americans are expected to gather in Dana Point tonight to protest the presence of Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet - who many have human rights and religious freedom questions for. Desegregation entry "festive" after all: Earlier in the week, we noted that a Huntin ... More >>
'And when I say "you," I am referring to white America. I purposely left that "white" uncapitalized'
UCI profs book could be the real roadmap to peace
Communists, Bush defeat Little Saigon in human rights war
Earl Morris Robert McNamara documentary is half in, half out of the fog
Little Saigon sees a mainstream future
Little Saigon embraces Vietnam trade
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Congress debates trade with Vietnam, Little Saigon goes shopping
The man behind the human-rights rhetoric
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