• Random Letters 3-7-19 — Lowenthal Call to Action; Tackling The Illness, Not Just the Symptom

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    Lowenthal Call to Action

    The White House is launching a new attack on our efforts to address climate change. Rather than treating global warming like the crisis it is, Trump is assembling a team of climate deniers to publish a report saying climate change is a myth. He’s publishing lies to help hi

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  • Random Letters 2-21-19 — Socialist Workers Party Member in Los Angeles; CADEM 70 AD Election Results; Trump Should Come with a Surgeon General’s Warning

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    A Socialist Workers Party Member in Los Angeles

    When I first registered to vote, I became a member of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). When I moved to California I was recognized as SWP on my ballot. The state of California years ago decided I could not be recognized as

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  • Random Letters: 2-7-19

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    Women Host Vigil to Expose the Real Legacy of Ronald Reagan

    Every year at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, there is a celebration of Ronald Reagan on or around his birthday. Reagan supporters and champions have long had an unfettered ability to celebrate his presid

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  • Random Letters 1-24-19

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    More on Dave Arian

    Dave and I were feeding 44-pound banana boxes to the conveyor belt. There must have been 20 guys working that deck, a lot of noise and yelling “Up on the big one down on the little one,” then Dave yells, “Heads up!” Several months later, I had

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  • Random Letters: 12-20-18

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    Open Letter — Concern about honesty in City administration

    A few months ago, those who support the Watts Towers Arts Center (WTAC) Campus wrote you to ask if you cared about Watts. Now I write because, at the October 16 meeting of the Mayor’s Office Watts Towers Arts Ce

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  • Random Letters 12/13/18

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    A More Responsive Buscaino?

    Am I mistaken that Joe seems to be getting better? He provided a link to an RLNews article!? [Weekly Newsletter: A Bridge Home Watts, Updating the City’s Planning Process, Port Drivers Update, Read More
  • Random Letters 12/6/18

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    Open Letter to Joe Buscaino

    Making homelessness your focus will not cure our seaside sickness. The economic crisis in San Pedro is the community killer. By civic design, ‘our’ Waterfront, which is our greatest economic resource, works only for the few, not t

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  • Random Letters 11-29-18

    [vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text]Student Letters Editor’s note: In the past few weeks, Random Lengths News received a group of Letters to the Editor from the students of San Pedro High School English teacher Michael Kurdyla. Students commented on stories from the past few months. Reading through the

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  • Random Letters 11/15-28/2018

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    Post Election Letters:

    We May Miss Sessions

    Sessions’ perjury during Senate confirmation is particularly relevant now in compelling Mr. Magoo’s sworn testimony in all investigations, whether in the House Special Counsel, or US Courts. Sessions’ sharing his knowledge of meeti

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  • Random Letters: 11/1-14/18

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    Rise and Vote!

    As a life-long registered voter it is my hope that the citizens of the United States will make the effort to vote in what many consider to be perhaps the most important election in the history of this country.  Just as with my fellow country persons I am not

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