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Feinstein Rewards Apparent Pal with High-Profile Nomination


Robert Rosebrock

Second in a series. One of the unlawful contracts by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is with her affluent, influential friends in a neighboring community, adjacent to the VA property. A 30-year agreement was manipulated to build a public park on Veterans’ property "for the enjoyment of the entire community." Meanwhile, tens of thousands of disabled, disadvantaged Veterans have been exiled, forced into ...read

Rather Than Go Without a Necessity, Israelis Invent


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Dateline Jerusalem -- It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. In the 1950s, soon after becoming a state, Israel went through a period of austerity. It took several months to several years before getting a telephone in the home. Party lines not only meant sharing a phone line with a neighbor, but people standing in line to use phones at businesses and on street corners. Some towns had no phones. Most of the country had gas-flamed burners on their stove tops but no ovens. Trying to bake without an oven was difficult. Necessity led to the Israeli invention of the ...read

Duhs Nos. 46-53


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Here are some recent "Duh" moments. I saved these ideas on my iPhone’s note pad over the past two months.read

Who Would Trust the Shabby State of This Democrat Legislatiure?


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Californians don’t trust their state government. That’s nothing really new, but there is as much cause for distrust as ever before in modern times. There is, of course, the scandal that sees three indicted or convicted state senators under suspension after accusations of political corruption, gun-running and/or perjury, all refusing to resign. This leaves millions of Californians without ...read

Her Outside Does Not Tell the Truth


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Perched pertly on an examination table this morning in a brightly lighted clinic room, she looked so normal in her pale blue scrubs. Swinging her legs, an overtly carefree smile wreathed her pretty face, illumined her dark, always well-tended, hair. So robust, so all-American. On the outside. That achingly deceptive appearance, which desultorily can feed you soaring hope, made the doctor’s frank pronouncement, that we have ...read

Tito’s and Public Works Team up for Arbor Day


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With the partnership aid of the city’s Public Works Dept., Tito’s Tacos, one of the community’s most popular restaurants, will host a spectacular Arbor Day tree planting Tuesday morning at 8:30 at 11222 Washington Pl.,Tito’s home for the past 55 years. The hour-long ceremony will start at 8.read

Before It Melts, Here Is a Poetic Cone to Savor


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I am planning to read a poem about the Culver City Woman’s Club’s April 26 Ice Cream Social at the City Council meeting on Monday evening. I Scream, You Scream, We'll All Scream at the CCWC Ice Cream Social ...read

We Always Have Had Hate Groups


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Dateline Dayton -- God does not make junk. Nor does he create evil, which is made by man. We appear to be doing a good job. School shootings and stabbings are an everyday occurrence, as well as shootings at our military bases. The school incidents are done by youngsters. What makes them commit these evil, deadly acts?read

Sen. Feinstein Rewards Rich Cronies at the Expense of Veterans


Robert Rosebrock

U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) continues to violate her public, trust which already has linked her to the misappropriation of federal VA property that rewards her wealthy, powerful friends while punishing war-injured and impoverished homeless Veterans. Now the senator has rewarded a U.S. Attorney who waged war against the landmark ACLU lawsuit that exposed what Veteran activists have known and openly protested for six years -- that the VA is dealing in ...read

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update to the Community


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