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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; Newsom Visits El Salvador

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 the March 21-April 3, issue of Random Lengths. I have a nu

Daniel Ellsberg On Assange Arrest: The Beginning of the End For Press Freedom

"This is the first indictment of a journalist and editor or publisher...And if it's successful it will not be the last."

Originally published

How the Navy’s Top Commander Botched the Highest-Profile Investigation in Years

On Wednesday, the Navy said it was abandoning all remaining criminal charges against sailors involved in fatal accidents in the Pacific. Here’s how the actions of the chief of naval operations helped doom the cases.


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 San Pedro to increase its ability to reach visitor

USC, Don’t Sell Los Angeles History to the Highest Bidder

By Janice Hahn, President of LA County Board of Supervisors, 4th District Football fans entering the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this fall are likely to see something nobody will want to cheer.

Two New Restaurants and One on the Way

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer The hills of San Pedro are celebrating, dusted with the gold and yellow and orange of the wildflowers, bursting with the blessing of the recent rains and the ene

Flare Event Notification System (FENS)— Public Portal Preview

Rule 1118 Refinery Flares

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) staff invites the community to preview the proposed Flare Event Notifi

L.A. County Report Tackles Black Over-representation in Homelessness

Tent cities serve as homes for the growing Los Angeles homeless population

By Dennis J. Freeman, Contributor African Americans account for only 9 percent of the populatio

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 leader in the world if our government sanctions discrimina

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