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Escaping Trump’s Twitter Trap: Eleven Things the Media Can Do Differently

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor After two-and-a-half years in office, the press is still befuddled by how to cover Donald Trump. On July 14, the...

‘Solve the Homeless Crisis’— LA Activists Demand a New Mayor

By Pratyush Shukla, Editorial Intern On June 19, political consultant Alexandra Datig filed a notice of intent to recall Mayor Eric Garcetti — before a...

Barragán on Frontlines of Immigration Battles

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “Either you’re lying to this committee or you don’t know what’s happening at the border,” Rep. Nanette Barragán told Secretary...

The Resister Sisters

How the women of Indivisible San Pedro are still organizing locally, sisterhood remains powerful By Leslie Belt, Contributing Writer  Indivisible San Pedro is not what you...

NY to LA, Marchers Demand US Hands off Venezuela

By Mark Friedman, RLn Reporter Los Angeles was one of over 100 cities in the United States that saw demonstrations February 23 against US intervention...

Trump’s Wall of Fantasy

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “I don’t need to do this,” Trump said just before Presidents Day, in the middle of declaring a phony national...

UTLA Charter Teachers Strike Settled

Board motions to limit non-union charter start-ups By Mark Friedman, Contributor UTLA’s charter school contingent ended its walkout at the three Accelerated Charter Schools in South...

House Dems Put Democracy First

A sweeping reform bill is their lead legislative initiative By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor With the Donald Trump shutdown finally over—at least for now—Democrats in the...

Taking Care of Our Own

Coast Guard spouse collects donations for other Coast Guard families, fears a renewed shutdown By Melina Paris, Reporter Just days before President Donald Trump temporarily ended...

Will Growers’ Demands for Wage Cuts Get Help From the U.S. Government?

By David Bacon California growers have complained of a tight labor market for years, as a militarized border and a decade of mass deportations restrict...

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Ode to a Bookman

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