April 28, 2016 by · 1 Comment 

Inequality Will Get Worse Until There’s a Revolution

Imagine, after a deep sleep, you suffered the fate of Rip Van Winkle and woke in the spring of 2040. What might you find? Among other things, maybe a presidential... Read more »

Crime Can Pay if It’s Big Enough

Wow, $5 billion. That’s the stunning amount Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay to settle federal criminal charges over its shameful financial scams, which helped... Read more »

Supreme Court Justices Should Uphold President’s Actions on Immigration

Will the United States Supreme Court decide President Obama was within his right to grant deferred deportation to some persons in the country illegally because the... Read more »

Commerce Council Must Follow CEQA

As one of the State’s most impacted environmental justice areas, Commerce has suffered the brunt of cumulative impacts of heavy manufacturing in conjunction with... Read more »

Commerce: Where Interest and Opportunity Meet

Walmart is always looking for opportunities to better serve our customers in the Southern California region. We give a great deal of thought in selecting our locations... Read more »

Dedicated Facilities Needed to Treat Lead Exposure

The latest development in the number of cases of lead contamination from Exide Technologies comes from a Los Angeles County public health official’s report to... Read more »

How to Kill America’s Tech Economy in One Lesson

US Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) are at it again. They’ve released a “discussion draft” of  their “bill to require the provision... Read more »

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If Trump Is GOP Nominee, Which Democrat is Mostly Likely to Beat Him

The American presidential elections of 2016 will be more historic for Latinos than ever before now that Latinos are the largest ethnic group, having passed the number... Read more »

A Void Newspapers Still Fill In Today’s Society

Why newspapers continue to be relevant despite rumors of their demise was strikingly evident in stories printed by newspapers over the last few days as part of a... Read more »

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