Zuma Dogg makes a good catch, as President Clinton was exiting the stage following his speech to the delegates at the Democratic National Convention, the song the band was playing was Robert Palmer's pop hit Addicted to Love. Zuma Dogg thinks this was a dirty trick against the former President who, along with his wife, went above and beyond to call for support of their former opponent, Barack Obama. Wouldn't surprise me. Obama is beginning to show he has a tremendous ego and is incredibly vindictive against those who would cross him.
As appellate court judges consider whether or not to overturn Los Angeles' controversial Proposition R term limits law, chief opponent David Hernandez has issued a message to his supporters. Hernandez writes "A group of Los Angeles residents and organizations, under funded and outgunned sent a message which seeped into every dark smoke filled back room of City Hall."
Walter Moore has put up a couple of websites, one opposing Measure Q the multi-billion dollar LAUSD school construction bond boondoggle and another setting the record straight on Janice Hahn's gang tax scam. If you're opposed to either or both of these measures forward the sites to your friends as both provide excellent analyses of the two measures.
Zuma Dogg opines about the court decision that overturned a county restriction on taco trucks. Zuma wonders aloud if vendors who recieved citations will now have grounds to sue, or at least get their citations thrown out.
In case you were worried, Paris Hilton has confirmed that she's a big fan of Britney Spears. Contactmusic quoted Hilton as saying “I love Britney, I think she looks so beautiful right now."