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Amidst COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I can’t Breathe’

Los Angeles is no stranger to riots. There’s a long history, including in 1992 (Rodney King), and 1968 all over America after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was murdered, 1965 (Watts) The Zoot Suit Riot of 1943. In […]

Amidst COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I can’t Breathe’

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Los Angeles is no stranger to riots. There’s a long history, including in 1992 (Rodney King), and 1968 all over America after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was murdered, 1965 (Watts) The Zoot Suit Riot of 1943. In […]

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COVID-19 Update: Take one for the economy, old people

After three years of lies, misinformation, and general chaos from the highest office in the land, we are now in a pandemic that has people everywhere doubting the institutions

Bernie ends his bid after Wisconsin voters show great courage in primary

This is a bit of a sad day for the Democratic Party. Uplifting for sure, but with a touch of sadness — and anger. First of all, there are

COVID-19: Stock dumps to stay at home

COVID-19 — Cue “It’s the End of the World” by R.E.M. I wonder if they get sick of hearing or reading of their song being used for every crisis

Bernie Sanders and the DNC need to end the enmity

Senator Bernie Sanders could do himself — and his campaign — a big favor if he ended his war against the Democratic Party. This isn’t about his policies, or

Supreme Court sides with Trump on travel ban case

WASHINGTON -- A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday upheld President Donald Trump’s travel ban imposing tight restrictions on travelers from predominantly Muslim countries, culminating a divisive, tortuous legal

The ugly truth about the preservation of democracy

Philosophical Beginnings Democracy is a Greek word that means "rule of the people." The Greeks and Romans believed that citizens should elect their officials and be involved in their governance.

Trump and his political dancing

On this day in history, 1945, President Harry S. Truman declared the end of the war in Europe — commonly known as VE Day. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had

Todd Starnes: ‘I may be deplorable, but I have been redeemed’

Todd Starnes speaking to an audience at the DoubleTree Hotel in Baltimore. (Anthony C. Hayes) For nearly sixty years, radio audiences across the fruited plain paused in their daily routine

Labor Day offers little to celebrate this year

Today is Labor Day, when Americans across the country celebrate — or mourn — the end of summer. The end of summer doesn’t really arrive until September 22 when

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