March 27, 2014 by · 2 Comments 

The High Price of Laziness

I know I shouldn’t be, but I am shocked by Americans’ laziness. We look for the closest parking spot to the gym so that we don’t have to walk those extra few... Read more »

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Should L.A. Consider A Sales-Tax Hike?

Los Angeles’ Administrative Officer Miguel Santana and Chief Legislative Analyst Gerry Miller are recommending that the city council put on the November ballot... Read more »

Deporter-In-Chief

There was a showdown this week at the White House between President Barack Obama and 17 activist Hispanic/Latino groups who think they placed enough “pressure”... Read more »

How Borders Enable State Criminality

In Tacoma, Washington, immigrant detainees held in the Northwest Detention Center are on hunger strike. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are attempting... Read more »

Crunch Time for Covered California

There are just two weeks left to sign up young Latinos by the March 31 Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) deadline. So it’s crunch time, or should we say time for... Read more »

Cry a River over California’s Drought

As a Californian, I have not gotten too much sympathy from friends and family about our rotten weather this winter. Yes, I said rotten weather. It’s been incredibly... Read more »

The War on Veterans

Do you remember Cory Remsburg? He’s the Army Ranger who received a standing ovation from Congress during President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address... Read more »

Reviewing Nursing Home Investigation Policy a Good Move

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ decision to order an audit of the health department’s supervision of county nursing home facilities is the right... Read more »

Calderon Scandal Shows Reform Efforts Lacking

In the wake of the indictment of Senator Ron Calderon and his brother, former Assemblyman Tom Calderon, the people of South East Los Angeles find ourselves in an... Read more »

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