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Veterans Are Searching for a Few Good Samaritans


Op-Ed

Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans,

Read the attached overview about the lack of Good Samaritans today while we have an abundance of thieves, cowards, bullies who refuse to help our disabled and homeless Veterans.

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Why Common Core Can Be a Plus Concept for Schools


Op-Ed

It is cookie-cutter time, and for only a moment, that is a welcome idea.

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Are You Really Swish Obama?


Editor's Essays

Despite the ugliest intimidation efforts of Atty. Gen. Redneck Holder and his gang of race-baiting cowboys throughout the Obama administration, 20 states, a modest 40 percent, require voters to display government-issued photo IDs.

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Special Invitation to Greenbergs and Their Neighbors. Y’all Come


Letters
By Ken Smith
I feel I owe Les and Paulette Greenberg an apology. About 5 o’clock Monday evening, as I was delivering meals to two of our guests who are unable to get up the stairs to Parish Hall we use for Grace Diner, I saw the Greenbergs taking an early evening stroll on Overland Avenue. in front of Grace Lutheran Church.

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Finally, I Have Found Common Ground with Mr. Smith


Letters
By Les Greenberg
Ken Smith of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and I have reached common ground when he states: “Nothing I nor Les Greenberg says … will have any bearing on [the City Council’s] decision” concerning permit-only parking restrictions on Farragut Drive.

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Why Democrats Stay Home for Mid-term Elections


Op-Ed

Twenty-fourteen marks yet another year where we Democrats are wringing our hands over whether enough of our supporters will turn out to vote Nov. 4. According to www.FairVote.org, voter turnout is about 60 percent in presidential elections, but plummets to about 40 percent in midterm elections. Why is it that every off-year election sees a precipitous drop off in voter participation when compared with presidential years?read

Let’s Go Dyslexic – LaRose to LAUSD, Deasy to Culver City


Editor's Essays

How ironic. While Dylan Farris, the outgoing principal of Culver City High School, was lavishly praising his superintendent, Dave LaRose, on his way out the door this week, LAUSD, in typically semi-sane contrast, was debating whether to dropkick, dismember or waterboard their ousted superintendent, Johnny Deasy. Virtually every member of the School Board loves Mr. Deasy just as much as ...read

When Sun Shines on Only One Half of a Couple


Op-Ed

Dateline San Francisco – After unpacking on our fourth monthly journey to the ALS research clinic, we were on our way to dinner late Sunday afternoon. "I wish we were here for a different reason,” Diane said six months and 11days after being diagnosed with the motor neuron disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. “I wish this was a getaway weekend, the kind we used to take.”read

Greenberg, Reacting to No Response, Again Asks Schwab for Independent Counsel


Letters

By Les Greenberg. Dear Ms. Schwab: Having not received any response to my Sept. 29, 2014, letter, I assume that the issues are joined. This letter is written in the hope of causing the City Council to obtain an independent, thorough and unambiguously written legal opinion before it proceeds to “strike the existing parking restrictions” on the 10700 block of Farragut Drive.read

Kudos to Our Solomon For His Farragut Proposal


Letters

By Ken Smith. In response to Frederik Sisa's essay regarding the Farragut Drive parking dispute with Grace Lutheran Church, I couldn't agree more. The madness will stop from my end, as this will be ...read


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