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Republican Candidate for Governor is a Registered Sex Offender, Born-Again Tea Partier

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The Los Angeles Times story on this Republican candidate for governor doesn’t do Glenn Champ from Tollhouse, California justice.  You have to go to his website to read his platform for governor.  As a Democrat, I can only pray that Republicans embrace more candidates like Champ. Champ is a barely functional literate, born-again Christian, Tea…

An Angels Facebook Page Fail

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Two separate Facebook pages were created last month, both calling for keeping the Angels in Anaheim.  But only one of them is disguised as a pro-Tom Tait page.  The Keep The Angels page is the one that seams to have been set up by the Anaheim Chamber and it has more than 9,000 likes.  Meanwhile,…

Two Deadlines Today

For those readers of Navel Gazing, the updating on our lawsuit against Art Pedroza and the Orange Juice Blog didn’t tell the complete story.  The case reaches critical mass at 5PM this afternoon, where we’ve asked Art to accept our final settlement offer to resolve our lawsuit.  Art has rejected it last night and in…

Tinajero Accepts Money From Orange Juice Usual Suspect

Our friends at the OJ blog are fond of branding their enemies “The Usual Suspects” and they are quick to attack any Santa Ana city council member who associates with these Usual Suspects as someone out of touch with the direction they seek for the City.  The Usual Suspects term was coined for the classic movie…

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…

An expensive night out with Councilman Sal Tinajero

If the headline looks familiar, it should.  Back in December, the Orange Juice blog and New Santa Ana Blogs roundly criticized Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez for hosting a fundraiser.  “Admin” for NewSantaAna wrote then that “Families in Santa Ana are lucky to make $789 a week and Sanchez wants up to $2,400 from them, for the…