Spring Beauty Paints Israel’s Landscape

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Rehovot in bloom
Rehovot in bloom

Dateline Jerusalem — Springtime in Israel is a glorious time of year.  I wake up in the morning to birds chirping, a perfect blue sky and a variety of palm trees, exotic ferns. Kumquats and colorful blooming trees and flowers are outside my apartment windows. They reflect the beauty of Israel as a people and as a nation.  Israelis have … Read More

Couple Questions Before O’Reilly Firing

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Ms. Coulter
Ms. Coulter

Before confronting the firing of Bill O’Reilly, let’s talk manipulation by the whores at the heart of liberal media. How ironic that in the same edition the Los Angeles Times – speaking of whores – gleefully celebrated – rather than reported — the uncoupling of the Fox News star, the newspaper flashed its whore card in vivid colors. As left-wing … Read More

Learning a New Way to Cook

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I suppose one perk that comes with a low carb diet is the ability to eat more meat.   I have largely eschewed red meat, primarily because of its cholesterol content. Now, though, I read that red meats, in moderation, are acceptable for a low carb diet.   Tonight my wife brought home two pounds of ground beef. Ordinarily, I … Read More

What Is the Meaning of This Apology?

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Gravesite of one of the slaves Georgetown sold in 1838
Gravesite of one of the slaves Georgetown sold in 1838

I would like to apologize for the group of Jesuit priests who apologized for Georgetown University, one of the stars of the radical left universe.   Evidently they overdosed on something Tuesday morning. Employing what passed for straight faces, the priests bowed low and apologized to the 100 descendants of the 292 slaves whom Georgetown sold in 1838 to pay … Read More

‘We Need to Talk with Oil Field Owners’

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Mr. Eriksson
Mr. Eriksson

In the face of a passionate group of residents who demanded that the city not even meet with the new owners of the Culver City oil fields, Monday’s City Council vote to talk with Sentinel Peak Resources was a difficult one.   But we believe it was both prudent and responsible for the future of our city.   Because the … Read More

It’s a Long Road to Impeachment

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Overflow crowd at Karen Bass town hall
Overflow crowd at Karen Bass town hall

First of three parts   A huge and  heavily graying crowd of perhaps 1,000 Democrats and other anti-Trump’ers roared into a Karen Bass town hall last evening, loudly cheering for the impeachment, if not burial, of still-new President Trump.   You knew the audience was on the senior side of maturity when, in response to a question, 99 percent of … Read More

Rosebrock Acquitted of VA Flag Rap

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A 75-year-old military veteran was acquitted yesterday of illegally hanging an American flag on the fence of a Veterans Affairs facility in West Los Angeles without permission. The federal misdemeanor count against Robert Rosebrock – longtime military essayist for this newspaper — stems from a VA statute that prohibits the posting of materials or “placards” on a VA property except … Read More

Limbaugh: ‘You Quit or I Will Fire You’

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Dr. Limbaugh
Dr. Limbaugh

Fourth in a series   Re “Learning How to Interview the Right Way” When we left the first-year president of West Los Angeles College a month ago, he was candidly talking about the first time he interviewed, disastrously, to be the chief executive of a college. “I should have known the campus better,” said Dr. James Limbaugh, whose story did … Read More

Menachem Sits, Waits, Prays for His Sight

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Mr. Green, center, with his parents Harry and Beth
Mr. Green, center, with his parents Harry and Beth

Second of two parts Re “His World Went Dark Overnight”    Menachem Green, at 32, was so active that, to his close family, he sometimes seemed to be in at least two places simultaneously. In addition to his day job at Western Kosher, he regularly bounced between the Pico-Robertson homes of his grandparents and his parents. Mr. Green, an Orthodox … Read More

We May Arrest You Unless It Hurts Your Feelings

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A normal man swings his head forth and back over the sheer daily silliness of the Los Angeles Times’s desperate accusations against President Trump and his administration. The radical left Times is the chief perpetrator of hate and bias in Southern California. A normal man must, however, monitor their puerile hysteria because of their influence. The Times is the only … Read More