Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Opinion

When will LA’s Real Estate Bubble Finally Burst?

Breakdown of infrastructure and public services. Los Angeles has become a city marked by crumbling streets and sidewalks, scarce parks, and recreation centers, failing water mains and sewers, and a maxed-out electrical grid. Our city barely functions, yet City Hall continues to sacrifice these basic public services to unplanned real estate speculation.

Sí se puede: Dolores Huerta on a November ballot measure on commercial property

The pandemic has exposed what we’ve all known to be true for a long time: None of our communities in the state was prepared for a crisis like this. The Latino community, which makes up a large proportion of essential workers, has been especially affected by this crisis.

LAPD Chief Should ‘Re-Retire’ After Absurd Race Reveal

Moore is paid hundreds of thousands of dollars per year to not only lead the LAPD but also avoid doing stupid things like this. He is paid to know the score, be in the right place at the right time and do the right thing, as it were

News Networks Must Provide Equal Time to Rebut Trump’s Daily Campaign Events

Equal time to the opposition party after a president’s yearly State of the Union (SOTU) address must now apply to Trump’s daily COVID-19 “briefings.”

Anti-racist Public Health Response to Demonstrations Against Systemic Injustice

Open letter advocating for an anti-racist public health response to demonstrations against systemic injustice occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic  On April 30, heavily armed and...

BRACK:  An open letter to racists

Racists, be warned:  Your pestilence of hate, fueled by fear, gullibility, disinformation and the need to feel superior, won’t win. 

Amy Klobuchar, Minneapolis Police and Her VP Quest

During the first years of this century, with a bright political future ahead of her, Klobuchar refused to hold police officers accountable.

Behind the anti-shutdown protests: protecting Wall Street and corporate profits

These critics often overlook the role of the right-wing mega donors who back the organizations that are instigating these protests.

The Fight for Bernie Delegates Is Escalating — and Could Help Beat Trump

Biden is only up by an average of 4 percent. Even among the Democratic faithful, enthusiasm for Biden is low. Among the young, it’s been close to nonexistent.

Fight the virus with permanent, supportive, public housing

As the housing crisis is now compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, EHN-LA’s demand that government-owned vacant or underused property be re-purposed into such housing is more urgent than ever.

COVID 19 by the Numbers

Ten times 2.4 billion is what Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has made in 2020. Want to pay the WHO to fight pandemics and poverty around the world for a decade? One man called Jeff could do it today and still be worth $114.5 billion as he was at the end of last year.

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Earthquake Damage In San Pedro

Earthquake brought flooding near Weymouth corners.

Long Beach Convention Center will serve as LA County Vote Center

Every Vote Center will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the early voting period.

Environmental Films Discussion Magnifies Need For Diplomacy

Thebaut aligns with the use of solar wind and tidal energy, even nuclear power is a clean energy. As a regional environmental planner he created numerous environmental impact statements and planning studies under the national and state environmental policy act. He said we must have the technologies to create mitigating measures and the knowledge on how we can mitigate the impact.

More COVID Testing Available

By law, the insurance company may not charge you any co-pay, deductible, or any out-of-pocket expense for the test.