OP-ED

Traveling to Another Era

April 6, 2017 | by Thomas D. EliasDateline Kotor, Montenegro — Among  the world’s millions of roads and highways, a very select few have themselves become destinations. There are western Canada’s.
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Having Fun in Florida

April 6, 2017 | by Mike HennesseyDateline Dayton — Our Florida vacation was different this year because we were off our cruise ship early for some reason.  Normally we choose.
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If Times Is Two-Faced, Both Should Be Red

April 3, 2017 | by Ari L. NoonanThe Los Angeles Times editorial board, no stranger to long-term intellectual blackouts, committed perhaps its most regrettable — and deliberate — blunder yesterday. The.
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Farmers Fear ICE Age

March 30, 2017 | by Thomas D. EliasThe specter of peaches and oranges and apricots and artichokes rotting on the ground or on trees hangs over California agriculture this spring, in.
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Enjoying Life on the Water

March 30, 2017 | by Mike HennesseyDateline Dayton — Three weeks ago, Pauline and I left for our annual Florida vacation, and this time we did something different. We started.
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Taxes, from Here to Eternity

March 29, 2017 | by Jon Coupal[Editor’s Note: Here is a summary of how state legislators may be prevented by law from increasing taxes. In a nutshell, Prop. 4 (the.
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New Teacher Tenure Plan

March 27, 2017 | by Sarah FavotAfter suffering years of defeat through failed legislation, a high-profile lawsuit, and a ballot proposition, advocates of teacher tenure reform in California are making.
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Worst Streets in World

March 24, 2017 | by Jack HumphrevilleL.A. Watchdog — Mayor Garcetti is proposing to close part of the city’s $250 million budget gap for next year by using an estimated.
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