Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Greed… It’s What’s for Dinner

By Leslie Belt, Contributing Columnist According to a Gallup poll released this past January, nearly one quarter of adults in the United States...

Kamala Harris: Will McConnell Let the Senate Hold a Fair Impeachment Trial?

Let’s be clear: McConnell doesn’t want a Senate trial. He wants a Senate cover-up.

Trump Isn’t Going Down Without a Fight

Branding, not facts is at the core of his support By James Preston Allen, Publisher As the House of Representatives quickly moves forward on its impeachment...

Kakistocracy

When government is led by the worst and incompetent By James Preston Allen, Publisher No, I didn’t invent the single word headline I’m using this week,...

Trump Companies Accused of Tax Evasion in Panama

By Heather Vogell The owners of a 70-story Panama City hotel tower formerly managed by President Donald Trump’s companies are accusing them of stiffing the...

New War on Drugs-No Quick Fix

By Leslie Belt, Contributing Writer Ten years ago, today my sister died from using a dirty needle to inject OxyContin. I wish I knew then...

Border Wall Farce

False metaphors of the wall versus the Statue of Liberty By James Preston Allen, Publisher That the national broadcast media gave up prime time television minutes...

Value of Truth in an Era of Deceit

The consequences of social media and propaganda By James Preston Allen, Publisher Gov. Jerry Brown’s first incarnation as Gov. Moonbeam, the maverick Democrat dating Linda Ronstadt,...

Project Censored, Part III

Prepping the World for Critical  Media Literacy in the Age of #MeToo By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor The writing of  Censored 2019 was largely wrapped up...

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...

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Albert Robles Center Receives Highest LEED Certification

The facility, opened in August 2019, produces 14 million gallons a day of advanced treated water.

Community Roundtable

First of three workshops on the San Pedro rocky shore and its ecosystem, on ZOOM.

What the Beirut blast might have looked like if it hit Los Angeles

PortandTerminal.com, August 7, 2020 LOS ANGELES – The massive explosion in Beirut last Tuesday destroyed Lebanon’s largest port killing 154...

Ode to a Bookman

James Bullard Kennedy, July 13, 2020 By Bondo Wyszpolski, Contributor For two decades, Easy Reader and...