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Two Questions Posed for Councilman Cooper


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Ari Noonan yesterday quoted City Councilman Jeff Cooper as stating, “I have relationships with many people on both sides of this issue.” I assume that is a correct quote, as it is under Ari’s byline. Thus, there are two questions for Mr. Cooper to answer ...read

Fight on for Good Ol’ Ebola U., Rah, Rah


Editor's Essays

Who out there in Newspaperland can explain why President (Don’t Soil My Tender Legacy) Obama can justify sending 3,000 ground troops to West Africa to fight Ebola while simultaneously vowing not to put a single military toe on the ground to counter the ubiquitous nests of world order-threatening terrorists across the Middle East? Do you imagine Swishy wore frilly dresses when he was a boy? Hmm. Old habits can be unbreakable.read

Illuminating Night at Dem Club for 2 of 3 Water Guys


Op-Ed

This has been an interesting week in the West Basin Water District Division 4 candidates race for two seats on the Board of Directors. Here is an update on the Culver City Democratic Club ...read

Two Days of National Unity Summit at Two Churches


Op-Ed

I lead The International Stop the /N' Love with Love Campaign. In two years, I have made more than 700 radio appearances on stations with 200 million listeners, talkin' about two things: "Stop the Violence" and "Fight for Your Rights," inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.read

Good, Ol’ Titanic Has Rolled the Rubes One More Time


Editor's Essays

Thank you, God, for planting leftists in the life gardens of normal people. Leftists are here for our pleasure, and for that noble cause, we regularly water them. Almost daily, they make us titter with their sputtering attempts at propagandizing. But sometimes they make us sputter.read

Don’t Worry. Leftist Brown Judges Likely to Overturn Vergara


Op-Ed

For three months, the time bomb that is the Vergara v. California court decision lurked in the background as two of this fall’s major political contests gradually took shape. Those are the races for governor and state schools superintendent, both offices now occupied by Democrats strongly backed by teachers unions: Gov. Brown and Supt. Tom Torlakson, a longtime state legislator before he moved up.read

Repairing Natatorium Is Cure for Sweltering Students and Grownups


Letters

By Robert Zirgulis. The people of Culver City recently passed a $106 million bond issue for the purpose of fixing the infrastructure of our schools. A new school year has begun, and it is hot like hell. Our students are sweltering in their classes. Our senior citizens are getting heat strokes. Meanwhile our Culver City School Natatorium swimming pool stands unused and neglected.read

Arriving in a Panic, Hypnosis Helps Him Fly Whenever He Wants


Op-Ed

A gentleman contacted me with a chronic anxiety issue, fear of flying. So far, he had luckily avoided traveling by air. But when he was booked for an out-of-state seminar, he was stuck. He needed hypnosis to help him over his irrational anxiety. Interestingly, he is a hypnotist. But he could not convince himself.read

Why It Was Right to Stand up for McKenna


Op-Ed

A Tale of Three School Boards -- The community came full circle one weekend ago when it packed Washington High School’s auditorium to install George McKenna as its representative on the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Board of Directors in a joyous ceremony and celebration the likes of which South Los Angeles hasn’t had in my lifetime -- and I’m old! Everybody was there!!read

Stone House (Soon to Go) Held a Secret Not So Mysterious


Op-Ed

Dateline Dayton -- After dropping off old tax records at a shredding event sponsored by our credit union a week ago, it was on to our two granddaughters’ soccer games. Madison's team won 4 to 0. Julia's game ended in a 0-0 tie. From Julia's game we went to breakfast/lunch at a new casino-restaurant where we were meeting my sister and brother-in-law.read


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