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Earning a Living Lying on Their Backs, Journalistically


Editor's Essays

It may as well be the year 1665 for the blind, ignorant, mean-spirited manner that the Hamas-Israeli war is being covered by American newspapers – and television has been as useless as an engagement ring for a lifetime celibate. The Civil War – millennials should be informed this was before television or radio – was covered with far more precision, immensely less prejudice. From the July day the Hamas terrorists provoked Israel into war, left-wing journalists have not been this excited about doing damage since they got a weightless black man with no adult qualifications elected President of the United States.read

Stouvenel Offers Accessible Solution to Blind Riding Busses


News

The ardent No. 1 critic of Culver City’s slightly controversial blind-ride-free bus policy said this morning that he has a panacea that would end the present two-month dispute: “Every blind person now riding the Culver CityBus system,” said James Stouvenel of Palmdale, “should switch to Access Services, where they, and everyone else, can ride for free on Access’s Fixed Route program.read

McKenna Pleads for Opponent to ‘Stop Smearing Me’


Op-Ed

As some readers probably have heard, my opponent (for the First District seat on the School Board) is engaging in a dirty smear campaign against me. (Full coverage in Thursday's LA Sentinel). They are so unethical that they are even pressuring newspaper editors to censor columnists critical of their dishonorable tactics. (Read the unpublished Soulvine columns: #1 and #2 that have appeared in thefrontpageonline.com).read

War Has Provoked Multitude of Changes in My Life


Op-Ed

Dateline Jerusalem -- Only 56 Code Red Siren Alerts yesterday. However, that doesn't mean only 56 rockets. Sometimes several rockets are launched consecutively at Israel and only one siren sounds. One time we counted eight booms, the sound made when the Iron Dome shoots them down. But there was only one siren for all eight.read

Three New Happy Applications


Op-Ed

It’s the name of a new app I just downloaded on my iPhone. It will help me to organize my photos by providing me with time and date information about each photo I will take, and each of the 1,000 photos I have taken in the past year that show up on iPhone’s “My Photo Stream.” I have work ahead because I will need ...read

Before Opposing Children at the Border, Remember the St. Louis


Op-Ed

For people familiar with the history of the runup to World War II, there is a sense of déjà vu in today’s humanitarian crisis along the Mexican border as resistance rises against the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children attempting to enter and stay in the United States. Eyewitness reports indicate that half the children coming without parents are actual refugees fleeing ...read

The Pearson Middle School Legacy – Parent Involvement


News

Fifth in a series. Jon Pearson is one of those unusual school administrators whose legacy – now that he is gone – will be at least as much parent-centric as student oriented. Oh, he was popular enough with students, and that is not such an unusual trait. But from his first week, Mr. Pearson sensitively, electrically connected with moms and dads.read

Second Straight Week -- Soulvine Unchained


Op-Ed

[Editor’s Note: The newspaper is indebted to C.J. Fowler and John Walsh, for the second week in a row, for forwarding Betty Pleasant’s popular “Soulvine” column, rejected for the second straight week by her home base, Wave Newspapers. Says Mr. Walsh: If Ms. Pleasant had white skin, this outrage would warrant coverage in the Los Angeles Times - Editor-in-Chief Mr. Davan Maharaj's violation of journalistic ethics and standards.”]read
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