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Who Can Follow This Climate Leader?

Remember that scene in the Wizard of Oz when Dorothy hits a fork in the Yellow Brick Road? As she stands there stumped, a friendly character who will accompany her... Read more »

Vets Deserve More Than Accolades on Veterans Day, Especially If They’re Homeless

The County and City of Los Angeles have begun to pay more attention to the many needy veterans living in our communities. Tragically, many of this country’s veterans... Read more »

Paul Ryan vs. the People

Paul Ryan paints himself as a champion of “the people” over “Washington.” But the “people” the new House speaker defends are corporations. And the “Washington”... Read more »

Away with the Clowns

Is it me or are the GOP presidential debates getting more circus-like each time? The recent CNBC “Your Money, Your Vote” debate began with this beauty pageant... Read more »

Declaring War: It’s Not Just a Good Idea, It’s The Law

The US Constitution confers upon Congress the legal power to declare war. Or, to put it a different way, if Congress hasn’t declared war, then the United States... Read more »

‘Cost of Service’ Principles Protect Ratepayers

Governor Brown has foolishly decided to poke a hornets’ nest with his signing of Assembly Bill 401. While AB 401 itself isn’t particularly controversial, as... Read more »

The Bottled Water

Some years back we wrote an editorial about the danger of allowing commercial water companies to buy our water. Those warnings are now coming back to haunt us as... Read more »

Did a Mass Killer Get it Right in Blaming the Media?

“Seems the more people you kill, the more you’re in the limelight.” This is a quote from the Oregon community college shooter, who I will not name. His quote... Read more »

Your Internet Provider Is Distorting Free Speech

Earlier this year, the Newseum Institute asked 1,000 Americans to name their rights under the First Amendment. A clear majority listed freedom of speech first —... Read more »

Now We need a Plan to Help Poor Benefit from CA ‘Climate Change’ Law

When it comes to many government regulations, it’s the poor who are usually caught between a rock and hard place. Case in point is the governor’s signing Wednesday... Read more »

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