Tag Archive for NAMBLA

NAMBLA Promoter to Run for SAUSD Board

According to the Registrar of Voters, Art Pedroza, who is best know for promoting pedophilia and gay porn on websites he owned has pulled papers to run for the Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Trustees. It should be noted the position deals with 50 schools filled with children between the ages of 5-17…

What Blog War?

  Art Pedroza has declared an end to the Orange County blogs wars and made himself a martyr to the cause.  While it’s all great theater, it’s a song many of us have heard before.  There isn’t a blogwar with the Orange Juice and Art, but there is the matter of a pending lawsuit.  And…

FactChecking recent OJ Posts on the Settlement Offer and Lawsuit

I had some high hopes that when Vern Nelson took over as editor of the Orange Juice blog he’d make an effort to make sure that some of the posts had a measure of accuracy. And I also hoped to win the $266 million lottery Tuesday, and I didn’t so I’m not surprised by multiple errors and misrepresentations in three recent OJ posts about our pending lawsuit against Art Pedroza and the Orange Juice Blog.

An Update on our Lawsuit against Art Pedroza

A lot of people have been asking where things are with TheLiberalOC’s lawsuit against Orange Juice Blog publisher Art Pedroza.  It’s a question I get every time I attend a Drinking Liberally event and people I have never met in Santa Ana eagerly come to shake my hand and express gratitude to me about filing…

Should Sean Mill Fear for Art Pedroza’s Children?

Our friend Sean Mill really hates Matt Cunningham.  Perched from his front row seat at the recent NUFF forum on Blogging, Mill was heard from the dias “Shut Up Matt, Shut Up Matt” as Cunningham corrected some misinformation from OJ blogger Art Pedroza about Art’s “Meg County” envy.  To wit, Sean has a post on…

Our Take on the NUFF Forum Last Night

A big thank you to Neighbors United For Fullerton for hosting a session last night on Political Blogging.  The panel ran about two hours and could easily have gone a third hour.  For the questions were good and I believe the audience came away with an understanding of each blog and what we’re trying to…