John L. Walthen: The camp has grown again in support of the newly energized water protectors who have vowed to never leave until the government does what’s right. Stop DAPL.
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John L. Wathen: Dalrymple has imposed as many inhumane restrictions of the camps as he can in an attempt to evict people from Standing Rock in the dead of the North Dakota winter.
Ellen Linden: President Obama can not only order the work to stop, but he can also deploy the Army Corps of Engineers, or even the National Guard, to stop the violence being perpetrated by local, regional and state officials against the nonviolent protestors.
Stacy Bannerman: The Iraq War mistake forced my now ex-husband to serve two year-long tours in Iraq. His severe post-combat trauma led to a crystal meth addiction that cost me my home, my job, and everything I loved.
Rev. John Floberg: It is a justifiable reaction to defend sacred places. The Sioux, Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara and Cheyenne tribes know all of this acreage as a sacred place. The land and events that took place there is in their history.
Rachel Bruhnke: Fidel, history has absolved you. You left a country that is a beacon of resistance and hope and humanity that, despite the Empire’s blockade, too many of us have seen with our own eyes…and the cat, as they say, is out of the bag…:)
Forum on noncitizen voting Associate Professor of Political Science, Ronald Hayduk, San Francisco State University, author of the seminal work on noncitizen voting Democracy for All: Restoring Immigrant Voting Rights in the United States (Primary speaker) Larry Wilson, Editorial Page Editor, Pasadena Star News (Forum moderator) Dr. Victor Gonzalez, Co-Chair, Pasadenans Empowering Parental Participation in […]
onald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to win the highest office of the land, President of the United States. For more on that race click TRUMP WINS. The second highest office in California on this November ballot was for the United States Senate. In California the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Barbara Boxer will be […]
Karen Gonzalez: When the public defender told me my son was being charged as an adult because the crime was an “adult-like crime,” I was shocked and confused. My son was not an adult yet—why was the criminal justice treating him like one?
Mark Vigil: The minute I stepped out of prison on April 21, 2016, I was greeted by my uncle David who drove me to a nearby IHOP to eat my first meal in society since 1980. I couldn’t believe I was eating pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, orange juice, and coffee and not prison food.
Jim Crogan: Prop 61 has turned out to be one of the most expensive proposition battles ever fought in California as prescription drug companies are throwing more money at defeating this initiative than has ever been collected by one side in a ballot fight.
Dean Kuipers: Tobacco companies have hurled themselves against this ballot initiative with force, pouring more than $71 million to date into a campaign funding radio and TV ads that have been decried as “supremely sleazy”.