• Ballot Endorsements

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]After coming off a very depressing national election, where America has just elected its first fascist head of state, a local election would not seem very interesting. But the March 7 ballot has important issues that requires voter attention. As usual, I consulted with friends who are expert in the relevant  a

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  • Gould Discusses Issues Vital to CD 15

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Noel Gould, Candidate for Council District 15 I’m Noel Gould and I’m running for Council District 15. Our district is terminally ignored and our council office is totally ineffective. Enough! It’s time for a CHANGE! I, with my staff, will host town hall meetin

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  • Arnold Gives His Reasons to Represent

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Caney Arnold, Candidate for the Council District 15 When I started this campaign I was determined to provide voters with a better option.  The more I campaigned, the more I realized voters need a better option. On the campaign trail, I heard voters complain about p

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  • No on Joe, Yes on S and H

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    Challenge to the status quo of Los Angeles

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher I don’t know about you, but I’m getting awfully tired of seeing Los Angeles Councilman Joe Buscaino’s smiling face everywhere I look. He has beco

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  • Buscaino’s War on Homeless

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By James Preston Allen, Publisher Most of you have been distracted by the Tweeter-in-Chief’s misdeeds in office during his first weeks playing in the Oval Office. But you should realize that his antics are a lot like using a feather toy to distract a cat. The real th

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  • Yes Sally, There Are Still Patriots

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    You just won’t find them in the White House

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher

    “These are the times that try men’s souls.” —from Thomas Paine’s Read More

  • The Long Arc of History

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    Some secrets are only revealed too late and lost in the Twittersphere

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher Amidst the uproar over the president-elect’s latest tweet, his latest cabinet picks, and the latest revelations on the impact of Russian hacki

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  • Getting Another October Surprise

    In an era of fake news, disinformation and propaganda, the pursuit of the truth is invaluable, if not essential

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher This past election cycle brings me back to November of 1980, when Ronald Reagan was elected president. Random Lengths News

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  • Bureaucracy: Making Democracy More Difficult

    The Exercise of Our Petitioning is a Nuisance at the Public Library

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher As some of you  know, I have filed papers to run for the Los Angeles City Council in the 15th District.  Those who know me best have asked, “What took you so long?” Quite

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  • Fake News and the Rise of the False Alt-Press

    Social media and the cause of fact-less opinions

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher

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