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Donald T. Sterling is No Aberration

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald T. Sterling is no aberration. On an audio recording that allegedly captures Sterling telling a girlfriend that he doesn’t want... Read more »

Keeping It Real About Tax Subsidies

Just two months ago this column criticized Sacramento for subsidizing those politically connected companies that are part of the “in” crowd with millions in... Read more »

When Corporations Get Too Big to Tax

Wouldn’t it be nice if the government paid you on Tax Day? I’m not referring to getting a tax refund because you overpaid the federal government or a safety-net... Read more »

A Solution to Non Immunization is Needed

Just when we thought measles, whooping cough and polio no longer pose a threat in the U.S., a dramatic spike in the number of cases for all three illnesses is causing... Read more »

South L.A. and East L.A. Demand LAUSD Target LCFF Dollars toward High Need Schools

Recently, over 300 students, parents and community members from the Eastside of Los Angeles and South Los Angeles demonstrated in front of school district headquarters... Read more »

Armed Thugs Ignore the Rule of Law

Los Angeles film producer Moctesuma Esparza has given us two “one man” against “the man” films in “The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez” and “The Milagro... Read more »

L.A Mayor’s 2014 Budget Leaves Out Small Businesses

While Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s new budget proposal does not take a slash and burn approach to fixing the city’s budget deficit, we don’t understand... Read more »

Ryan’s Joke Is on Us

My guess is that Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican Party’s highly touted budget guru, doesn’t have a very tight grip on the concept of irony.   Otherwise,... Read more »

This is what one dollar, one vote looks like

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A Reasonable U.S. Senator, Rand Paul

Kentucky Republican U.S. Senator Rand Paul voted against the Senate’s bi-partisan Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill last year. While there might not be “hordes”... Read more »

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