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Sara Corcoran

Sara Corcoran
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Sara Corcoran is a correspondent and contributing editor, as well as founding publisher of the National Courts Monitor & California Courts Monitor. She is also a contributor to the Huffington Post on Law & Politics. Corcoran earned a master’s in business administration from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in Shanghai, China and a bachelor of arts in Political Science from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh Senate Hearing

There’s a Tear in my Beer By Sara Corcoran, Washington D.C. Correspondent On Sept. 27, Dr. Blasey Ford spent one of the toughest days of her...

Kavanaugh’s Party Times Comes To Roost

By By Sara Corcoran, RLn Washington Correspondent This past Sunday on Sept. 16, Christine Blasey Ford came forward as the woman who accused Judge Brett...

Unchecked Assaults on Intelligence Fortel a State of Tyranny

General Michael C. Hayden begins his book, The Assault on Intelligence: American National Security in an Age of Lies, surveying the flattened streets of...

Iconic S.C. Judge Mark Milestone in Talc Cancer Litigation

“So far, the story of the talc litigation has mostly been about two things: the science and the choice of forum,” — Howard Erichson, professor...

Veteran Long Beach Lawmaker, Rep. Alan Lowenthal Says Changing Southern California Electorate Favors Democrats

By Sara Corcoran, Washington D.C. Correspondent I recently had the opportunity for a sit down interview with Rep. Alan Lowenthal, who represents California 47th Congressional...

Putin’s Killing Fields Turn Odorless and Colorless

By Sara Corcoran, RLn Columnist Vladimir Putin must be a very happy man. He has a lot to be thankful for, including: a new term...

Ted Lieu Rising

Second-term representative brings strength, power to Southland By Sara Corcoran, Washington, D.C. Columnist Taking over Henry Waxman’s job was no easy undertaking. With 40 years as...

Investigative Report Triggers Federal Probe, But Is It Really Journalism?

When bombshell bribery and corruption allegations surfaced this past December against OSI Systems, a 5,000-employee port-and-aviation scanning company based in Hawthorne, they arrived with all...

Say it Loud, Say it Clear, Trumpism Not Welcome Here

I found the juxtaposition of hundreds of rowdy anti-Trump protesters and a drum circle against the backdrop of hyper-manicured Beverly Hills Park oddly apropos...

American Pravda Book Review

By Sara Corcoran, Washington D.C. Correspondent In American Pravda: My fight for truth in the era of fake news, author James O’Keefe delivers an interesting,...

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