January 22, 2015 by · 1 Comment 

The U.S. Economy in 2015: Challenges and Opportunities

With the stock market at an all-time high, a bonanza of cheap gasoline, and unemployment at 5.8 percent, there is increased optimism about the U.S. economy. Yet... Read more »

It’s Only Censorship When They Do It

The deplorable attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which terrorists killed 12 and wounded 11, incited several reactions from the public, the sensitized... Read more »

Let’s Move Forward on the Sale of Ontario International Airport

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce agrees with Mayor Garcetti that the City of Los Angeles should sell Ontario International Airport (ONT). The business community... Read more »

A Muslim Cartoonist Draws Lessons from the Charlie Hebdo Massacre

As a political cartoonist who happens to be both American and Muslim, I often find myself at the intersection of media curiosity: Muslim, with all the stereotypical... Read more »

Lara’s ‘Health Care for All’ Bill Is a Sensible Undertaking

It may surprise many that not all undocumented immigrants need Medi-Cal to cover their medical expenses, as one might think from the ongoing discussions on how to... Read more »

California Comeback or Continuing Crisis?

As the California Legislature reconvenes this week for the new session, Californians will hear two decidedly different messages from both politicians and political... Read more »

The Visa Curse

Many American women are still told they have to choose between love and career. But for many immigrants, that outdated dilemma is legally enforced. “I am here... Read more »

Four Ways 2014 Was a Pivotal Year for the Internet

The death of the Internet is at hand. Sound familiar? That’s what Internet pioneer Robert Metcalfe predicted in 1995 when he wrote that spiraling demands on the... Read more »

A Happy New Year Wish For Our Readers

It seems like just yesterday that the world was ushering in a new century, now here we are, a decade and a half into the 21st Century! We are again this year wishing... Read more »

2014: A Boring/Interesting Year for Hispanics

What a boring year 2014 has been for America’s 54 million Hispanics. Three elements, however, did make an otherwise boring year somewhat interesting. Unemployment The... Read more »

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