See update at the end of this post clarifying that Gary Kreep won the judge's race outright.Batshit birthers Gary Kreep and Orly Taitz famously split like Dick and Liz while trying to prove Barack Obama was born outside the U.S. While South County's birfer queen went on to lose her recent bid for a ... More >>
It's not necessary to have an opinion about everything, but it sure is fun to try. And by "opinion" I mean analysis, critique, an arguable and defensible position and not that thing everybody's got one of and, boy, do they all smell bad. And, while I am at it, no, it's not a small world after all, f ... More >>
I've attended nearly all of the previous 16 years of the annual Los Angeles Times books festivals, this one again on the campus of USC. There was that one year I missed, when the bibliochild was born and some friends, fellow writers and Santa Monica Review volunteers staffed the SMR booth, ... More >>
White-nationalist reads in the United States and Europe reflect anti-migrant hatred in a grim economy
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Wacko Heights) hasn't spoken to the Weekly since--take your pick--Moxley exposed him as a Taliban sympathizer or we published a photo of him in mujahideen garb (or was it the one where he wore an Uncle Sam hat and glassy, besotted eyes?). So can someone out there ask ... More >>
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 >>
OC conservatives say a San Diego publisher has hijacked the anti-abortion movement
The profound enjoyment of punching ourselves in the face
An Iraq invasion retrospective!
Republicans, reporters preen, groom selves at congratulatory LA bash
YAFfers try to strangle Surf City council member with yellow ribbons
SUV the Earth!
Conservative James Lacy plays turncoat to sway elections
Hangin with homos in OKC and RepCon 2002, dawg
Orange County, California: 2001
39 of the best things about the next 104 days
And other tales of hilarity from election night
Our cruel but insightful wrap-up of OC Elections
Did a smear campaign force Republican ''caveman'' out of key Assembly race?
Yet another column about gay people, plus a really vicious fight
There are enough bitchy drag queens in the world!
How I helped resuscitate Elia Kazan
Defending the enemy du jour-so you don't have to!
And other tales from the political season
The finer (and lesser) points of local institutions