Opinion: Has the trade war hit your pocketbook yet?

The US-China trade war broke out on July 6. The U.S. initially imposed a set of 25% tariffs on 818 items worth about $34 billion...

Opinion: America has forgotten to value tolerance and openness

Ever since Donald Trump took office, America is no longer a country of open-mindedness and tolerance. There are petty confrontations everywhere. Recent incidents include...

Opinion: Astronomical lawsuit payouts bad for businesses and taxpayers

Jeanette Ortiz, a former manager of a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Fresno, was accused in 2015 of stealing $626 from a safe at the...

L.A. Voice: “Stealing” money from the public with no shame

A county sheriff and a small city councilman made more money than the President of United States. A firefighter earned $100,000 in overtime alone...
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OPINION: Universal healthcare sounds great, but what are the true costs?

Is California really going to have single-payer healthcare system? Democratic candidates for the governor of California have been issuing bad checks all around. Voters...
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Opinion: Health care costs are rising no matter who is in the White House

The Republican tax-reform bill repeals Obamacare's individual insurance mandate. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that repealing the mandate will cause 4 million more people...
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While California burns, some wonder: How did this happen?

Several weeks ago, wildfires erupted in Napa Valley Wine Country in Northern California. 44 people died. Nearly 9,000 structures and numerous vineyards were destroyed. Not long after...

LA Voice: California no true sanctuary for any American

Under the tutelage of Gov. Jerry Brown, California’s legislature passed SB 54 on Sep. 16, enabling local law enforcement and state prisons to hand over illegal...
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Pasadena agrees to settle civil rights case

The City of Pasadena agreed to settle a civil rights suit in the amount of $300,000 for plaintiffs Michelle Rodgers and Selah Chavet, who...

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Let’s take on the elephant in the room first. Yes, we know there are fewer and fewer printed newspapers, tabloids, magazines, pamphlets, and books...