Date Archives April 2017

Immigrants and Trump’s First 100 Days as President

Although many minority communities have been in the crosshairs, I will venture to say that no other community has been more affected by Trump’s first one hundred days than immigrant communities throughout this nation.  Illegal Immigration…

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25 Years Ago, LA Went Up in Flames. Can It Happen Again?

In balance, 1992 was a great year.  We, voters, in the state of California sent two women to the US Senate, Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. Bill Clinton became our president by defeating George H….

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Save the Republic-Defend the Truth !

In light of how our political leaders are currently dealing with the truth in our political dialogues, I looked up its definition.   The Webster’s dictionary defines “truth” as “Fidelity, Constancy,” “sincerity in action, character,…

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These women were warned, they were given an explanation and no, they didn’t persist, at least not this time

People who run elections in county government will make the final results available soon. “Provisional and late-arriving mail-in ballots are still to be counted.” Not sure if there is still hope but it is being…

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