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Correa Snags Another Key Endorsement for Congress

Sen. Lou Correa (Photo: Lou Delgado)

Kicking off the week with a major momentum-building endorsement, today former State Senator Lou Correa scored a big win with the announcement that California’s State Senate President Pro-Tem Kevin de León was supporting his campaign to represent California’s 46th Congressional District seat. In announcing his support of former State Senator Lou Correa, California State Senate President Pro-Tem Kevin de León remarked:…

Westminster Councilman Andy Quach arrested for DUI

Hat tip to OC Weekly for breaking the story of Westminster council member Andy Quach’s DUI arrest yesterday morning by the California Highway Patrol.  The Weekly reports Quach failed a field sobriety test and remained in County lockup overnight on $10,000 bail. In 2009, Quach was arrested for DUI and had the assistance of Little…

New Year Brings Inclusive Tet Parade

LBGT Tet Parade Contingent

January 31, 2014 marks the beginning of the Vietnamese New Year, the year of the Horse. Unlike last year’s parade, this year the parade organizers have decided to allow the participation of a group representing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender members of the Vietnamese community.

Anti-LGBT Discrimination alive and well in Orange County

LGBT Tet Participation 2010  Photo by: Hao-Nhien Vu

For some people, change doesn’t come easily. When it comes to the acceptance of diversity in sexual orientation, not easy isn’t the half of it. Back in 2010 a small band of bigoted elected officials and Vietnamese community leaders in Westminster tried to have a LGBT group excluded from participation in the annual Tet Parade held in Westminster.