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Democrats Unite for Obama

Hey, everyone! I got this over the weekend, and I wanted to share it with you. Now that we Democrats have Barack Obama as our nominee, it’s time for all of us to reunite as one big, happy family to do all we can to send him to the White House in November. Here’s something…

Thank you readers

TheLiberalOC.com has just recorded its 5th week in a row in the top slot of the BNN Influence ratings and we’ve been number 1 for seven of the past eight weeks.  We’re grateful to our loyal readers on both sides of the aisle.  Whether you agree with us or not, thanks for engaging in thoughtful…

Hutchens or Walters? Who’ll be the next Sheriff?

The Orange County Board of Supervisors will likely decide on the appointment of a new Sheriff for Orange County on Tuesday. They will chose between the current Chief of the City of Santa Ana Police Department, Paul Walters and retired Division Chief for the Office of Homeland Security of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department,…

Panties for Dana

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is obviously obsessed with panties.  How many times did he use the word while discussinig torture this week? 30? 40? 75?  As a public service, it’s time we round up as many pairs of panties as possible and present them to the good Congressman so he might work out his panties/torture fetish…

CA-46: The Mainstream Media’s Now Noticing Debbie Cook

(Image courtesy of LA Times) “Debbie Cook is a serious candidate, with serious money, with serious name recognition at a time when the country is looking for change.” – Mark Petracca, Chairman of the Political Science Department, UC Irvine. “There are a lot of Republicans in this town that are going to vote for me.…

Chatter: Hutchens vs. Walters for Sheriff

Total Buzz is reporting that a vote on the appointment of Orange County’s next Sheriff will come up at this Tuesday’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting. OCBlog is reporting that Hunt supporters are backing Hutchens, because they think she would be easier for Hunt to beat in 2010. While each candidate had the support of four…