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Mexicans, Chinese and Muslims Fight for America

A quarter century ago the Los Angeles Times had an inside page story about five Mexican American brothers from East Los Angeles that were serving in the U.S. Armed... Read more »

$400 Million: The Partial Price of Peace?

When the US government sends $400 million in cash, stacked on pallets, to Iran on the same day the Iranian government releases four imprisoned Americans, it looks... Read more »

County Needs to Protect Southeast L.A., Not Just Porter Ranch

Recently, our neighbors in the City of Maywood suffered due to a chemical explosion of toxic magnesium at a local plant. This is not the first incident of chemical... Read more »

A Bold Transportation Plan

In 2008, Los Angeles County residents took a leap of faith and voted to raise our county-wide sales taxes to fund the construction and maintenance of our transportation... Read more »

More Baton Rouge Incidents Could Elect Trump

Here are some key dates in presidential history, politics and elections that tell much about why the wanton murder of three police officers in Baton Rouge could... Read more »

What About a Tax On Marijuana Businesses?

How quickly things change. It wasn’t too long ago that the prospect of legalizing marijuana for recreational use was unthinkable, and now the Los Angeles Count... Read more »

Still Second-Class Citizens

An infamous Supreme Court ruling once denied African Americans any and all rights as human beings. Has anything changed? When I heard about the police shootings... Read more »

Is the Party Over for Republicans?

The last time a major American political party fell completely apart, it did so over the expansion of slavery. The split between the Whig Party’s northern and... Read more »

For Many, This 4th of July Was Akin to a War Zone

Did you feel like you were living in a war zone this 4th of July? If so, you were not alone. The loud thunderous blast from fireworks —most presumably illegal... Read more »

$30 Billion Dollars in Losses, 24 Million Victims: Just Once, I Would Like to See Wall Street Held Accountable

Let’s face it, if you or I were to participate in a scheme that caused $30 billion dollars in losses, we would be sent away for the rest of our natural lives. ... Read more »

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