Tag Archive for Orange County

Come out, come out, wherever you are!

National Coming Out Day Logo-1988, By Keith Haring

Today, the 25th anniversary of National Coming Out Day is celebrated in a very different environment than what existed in 1987. Many states provide protections for members of the LGBT community, while others still openly permit discrimination in employment, housing, and a host of other arenas that contribute to misunderstanding, and open acts of hate.

OC Labor Day Celebration Saturday

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How do you plan to celebrate Labor day this year?

We suggest joining your brothers and sisters of the Orange County Labor Federation at the Santa Ana Zoo this Saturday, as they celebrate the value and highlight the struggles of everyday working people.

County’s Computer System Disgrace Makes the IT Trades

Monkeys Spending Computer Money

Computerworld, a prominent information technology publication, has taken notice of the debacle that is Orange County’s computer network boondoggle with a story that ran this week. The headline references that 6,000 pages of specifications for the project and the dramatic cost increases and how the county is back to square one.

Costa Mesa Democratic Club Kick Off Tonight

Costa Mesa City Hall (Photo: City of Costa Mesa)

The Democratic Party of Orange County is taking another step in the right direction through city-by-city Democratic clubs to better organize, register voters and get out the vote to weaken the grip Republicans have on local city governments.  Costa Mesa was less than a sneeze away from taking control of the City Council last November…

Same Sex Marriage Returns to Orange County Today

Closet for Bigots

Beginning at 8:00 am today, for the first time since November of 2008, same sex couples may marry in Orange County. On Friday, the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals removed the stay imposed on the decision of Judge Vaughn Walker declaring the ban on same sex marriage imposed by California’s Proposition 8 to be unconstitutional.