A Democrat Minus a Sense of Humor

Robert L. RosebrockOP-EDLeave a Comment

Mr. Rosebrock
Mr. Rosebrock

Fellow Americans, At President Trump’s memorable press conference last week, he pointed out the hatred on CNN’s Don Lemon show. Hours later, to no surprise, his Democrat guest commentator, angry Charles Blow of The New York Times, confirmed it. “Don’t touch me!” he furiously barked at  Republican guest commentator Kayleigh McEnany when she brushed him to make a point. (Video below.) … Read More

Student Whacked. Prof. Confusion Goes Free

Ari L. NoonanBreaking News, OP-EDLeave a Comment

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As normal Americans know, G-d gave us liberals to act as foils for our mindless entertainment moments long before SNL became a twinkle in Putin’s glass eye. Crude liberals planted their booted feet on the necks of college profs and kids a century ago, and they have not relented. We were harshly reminded again this week. Swaggering and liberal, Orange … Read More

About Time to Recognize One Man’s Talents

Robert EbsenBreaking News, OP-ED1 Comment

Mr. Ebsen
Mr. Ebsen

My passion of this week has to be Donald Trump. I am mesmerized by his news conferences. I resonate with this man’s sensitivity and honesty. He shows his personal feelings, his unique humor, and his willingness to address the issues and questions to the best of his ability without giving our adversaries timetables of what he will be doing. When … Read More

Who Wouldn’t Want to Live Here?

ShacharBreaking News, OP-EDLeave a Comment

Israel Flag

Dateline Jerusalem — I’m back!  After several weeks of the flu and various other ailments, mourning the death of my mother, z”l, and having no energy to think let alone research and write, what better time to get back to writing about Israel than now.  I have often been asked about why I continue to live in Israel. Perhaps the … Read More

Will South L.A. Residents Be Displaced?

Damien GoodmonBreaking News, OP-EDLeave a Comment

Mr. Goodmon. Photo: LA Weekly / Kevin Scanlon
Mr. Goodmon. Photo: LA Weekly / Kevin Scanlon

[Editor’s Note: Mr. Goodmon’s South L.A. Action Forum is sponsoring a community meeting Tuesday evening, 6:30-8:30, at Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90016. The Election Day goal: To fight displacement and urge a Yes vote on Measure S on March 7.]  A displacement study conducted on the impact of The Reef, a proposed development in historic South … Read More

Two Nagging Epidemics

Mike HennesseyOP-EDLeave a Comment

Mike Hennessey
Mike Hennessey

Dateline Dayton – Even though Tuesday was Valentine’s Day, we chose to celebrate on the next day to avoid the crowd. I worked on Tuesday since we were having a pizza party, and that would allow Pauline and me to have breakfast Wednesday morning and then an early supper. It was a good idea since the restaurant was not busy. … Read More

Two-State Solution? Now World May Laugh

Ari L. NoonanBreaking News, OP-EDLeave a Comment

Photo: The Well
Photo: The Well

Apart from the hourly trashing of President Trump by the fake-news boys at CNN, MSNBC and other Fox News wannabees, this week’s most useless reporting is the tireless leftist drum-beating for a two-state solution. This is the contemporary world’s quintessential illustration of flogging a hound dog who has expired. Palestinian terrorist leaders. The simple-minded chant – the mathematical equivalent of … Read More

Obama’s Kickouts Didn’t Matter, Did They?

Ari L. NoonanBreaking News, OP-ED1 Comment

Culver City Council immigration

Two-thirds of the protestors in the audience at Monday night’s City Council meeting said they were present for the first time. That’s nice. All of them schlepped compact signs that read “Sanctuary Now.” That’s nice. Where have you been, people? You are ‘way late to the dance. Do all two-thirds of them read newspapers or track other purveyors of news? … Read More

Cameras Looking at You

Jim LissnerOP-EDLeave a Comment

UK static speed or safety camera against a blue sky
UK static speed or safety camera against a blue sky

This is a Legislative Alert from www.highwayrobbery.net A group of our legislators in Sacramento last week filed Assembly Bill 342, to allow the use of speed cameras (photo radar) in California. In December, another group of our legislators in Sacramento filed Senate Bill 1, which will raise gas taxes and registration fees. The two bills — if they pass — … Read More

Players Sit for a Spell — Hopefully

Ari L. NoonanBreaking News, OP-ED1 Comment

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Let the Children’s Hour commence. Six New England Patriots yesterday stepped down from their gasoline-powered skateboards, pushed their crayons aside, straightened their eyebrows, and held up individual blackboards. Their message: Because they are pretty sure they should object to something President Trump said, they will take a pass when the Super Bowl champions are invited to meet the President in … Read More