July 10, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

Remembering Bobby Castillo, Dodger Pitcher & Legend

Bobby Castillo was a great player, for his team and in his community. Sadly, he died to soon, losing his fight against cancer June 30 at the age of 59. The right-handed... Read more »

A Happy 4th of July To All

For more than 200 years, Americans have observed the 4th of July, our Independence Day, with great demonstrations of patriotism and celebrations. Today, these celebrations... Read more »

On Government As ‘The Things We Decide to Do Together’

The segment of the center-left who swoon over Elizabeth Warren are fond of quoting Barney Frank’s statement that “government is the name for the things we decide... Read more »

Enjoy the Barbecue

It’s an American tradition to gather with family and friends on the 4th of July. A barbecue, trip to a beach or just a modest family get-together are all appropriate... Read more »

Semi Trucks May Be the Cause of Potholed Highland Park Alley

Highland Park residents have been complaining for years about the horribly pot holed conditions of the alley one block south of Figueroa, between Avenue 59 and Avenue... Read more »

Education Techniques for Teaching Ex-offenders or Returning Citizens

The jail’s student population differs from that of most schools.  Additionally, students self-select to attend class. As a result, it is of important to attend... Read more »

The Next Steps for the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

On the heels of the Environmental Protection Agency unveiling its proposed carbon pollution standard for existing power plants, clean-energy supporters from coast... Read more »

What Democrats Can Learn from Cantor’s Loss

David Brat, the man who unexpectedly defeated Eric Cantor in a recent Republican primary, is an ideologue. That should be a source of encouragement for candidates... Read more »

Blame Cantor, Not Immigration

Talk about being kicked to the curb. A little-known, under-financed tea party challenger crushed seven-term Congressman and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in... Read more »

Unemployment Statistics are State Propaganda

If you look at the official unemployment numbers without questioning the data, unemployment seems to be sinking. In May employers added 288,000 jobs and the unemployment... Read more »

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