Sunday, September 20, 2020
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Tag: Letters to the editor

Random Letters 4-18-19 — Myth of Progress in Technology; New Edu. Paradigm; $4.5M Renovation WGT; Diff. Facets of Same Fight; Trump Hiding Tax Returns;...

Exploding the Myth of Progress in Technology I would like to commend you on  your excellent editorial, “Exploding the Myth of Progress in Technology,” in...

Random Letters 4-4-19 — Tourism & San Pedro; Empower Youth at Sea; Response: Not All Information is Equal; Mike Trout $430M Contract

Tourism and  San Pedro The article in your issue of March 7-20, 2019, headlined, “PBID to Create Online Tourism Infrastructure” reports on welcome efforts for...

Random Letters — Gov. Gavin Newsom Ending Death Penalty; Ricardo Garcia Support Death Penalty; Archbishop Gomez on Death Penalty; Pier 400 Automation

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s statement on ending the death Penalty Today, we took historic action to stop the death penalty in California. We cannot be a moral...

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

A Socialist Workers Party Member in Los Angeles When I first registered to vote, I became a member of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP)....

Random Letters: 2-7-19

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...

Random Letters 1-24-19

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,...

Random Letters: 12-20-18

Open Letter — Concern about honesty in City administration A few months ago, those who support the Watts Towers Arts Center (WTAC) Campus wrote you...

Random Letters 12/13/18

A More Responsive Buscaino? Am I mistaken that Joe seems to be getting better? He provided a link to an RLNews article!? He’s getting Harbor...

Random Letters 12/6/18

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...

Random Letters 11-29-18

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...

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