Category Archives: Dignity

Forty Years

Friday, April 4 – an interesting day. On April 4, 1850, Los Angeles was incorporated as a city. No one celebrates. No one mourns. Actually, no one much cares – you just drive about, as usual. But Friday, April 04, … Continue reading

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There Are Conservatives and Then There Are Conservatives

While the Democrats sort things out, the Republicans are getting used to the idea that, no matter what they think of the guy, John McCain will be their nominee for president. At some point, perhaps in August, in Denver at … Continue reading

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