Tag Archive for Orange County

Don’t Forget South County Drinking Liberally This Thursday!

Hey, all of you South County LibOCers! Have you been to Drinking Liberally lately? You should. You don’t want to miss this! For those who don’t know, Drinking Liberally is an informal, inclusive progressive social group. Raise your spirits while you raise your glass, and share ideas while you share a pitcher. Drinking Liberally gives…

CA-42: Ed Chau Wins CA Teachers’ Endorsement!

This just in from the Ed Chau for Congress campaign! The California Teachers’ Association is endorsing Ed Chau. Wow, it looks like Ed’s campaign is really coming along. Check out what I was just told: *Ed Chau Endorsed by the California Teachers Association* *Ed Chau: A proven leader on Education Issues* ROWLAND HEIGHTS, California- The…

Meet & Greet With Rep. Loretta Sanchez This Sunday!

Wow! Check this out! I found a something fantastic in my inbox this morning from the OC Democratic Party. I don’t think you’ll want to miss this! Dear TheLiberalOC.com Reader, Join Orange County elected women leaders and NWPC-OC for a “Meet & Greet” with Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez! Sunday, April 27, 2008 4:00 – 7:00PM The…

Recent Register Editorial Page Headlines

Most people think the reporters or columnists for newspapers write the headlines associated with the news stories or columns that carry a reporter or columnist’s byline.  That isn’t true at larger papers, as copy editors will write a headline that fits the space and captures the essence of the story or the column. Some recent…

Orange County Workers Fight Back!

OCEA Seeks Legal Relief For Its Members We received this memo from Nick Berardino regarding the Register’s attempt to attack the privacy of county workers.  Regular updates on the situation can be found at oceamember.org. On Friday the County notified OCEA that it refused to negotiate the effects that releasing employee names and salaries will…

Assemblyman Solorio Gives Janet’s “Bridge to Re-Election” A Thumbs Down

Tomahawk at Red County is reporting that Assemblyman Jose Solorio made it clear that he is opposed to Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s $2.5 Million “Bridge to Re-Election”.  According to Tomahawk, Solorio was asked by Vietnamese reporter Hung Phuong Nguyen for his position on Janet’s proposal at his office open house last week.  In no uncertain terms…

Earth Day 2008

Earth Day is this Tuesday April 22, 2008.  I figure, since the earth is such a big place it may take some people, like global warming denier Mark Landsbaum over at the Register’s Orange Punch Blog, a little time to warm up to the idea of celebrating love for our planet. I thought it best…