Harris assuming the nation’s second highest office is of enormous historical importance.
American history will continue to repeat itself until we learn from our checkered past.
The conversations and questions are uncomfortable but necessary.
It’s time for Americans to face who we are.
“The words of a president matters,” Biden said. “At best they can inspire; at worst they can incite.” “Worst” is what Trump does best, as he demonstrated Wednesday morning, our columnist Tim Grobaty writes.
We’re closer to Okinawa now than we are to a Queen Mary Island.
How hungry are you to help?
Discussion and disagreements regarding the disease basically involves politics vs. science vs. business, and in terms of the public’s acceptance of Newsom’s mandate, politics and business have trumped science.
My wife, daughter Hannah and I sitting at one end of the 12-foot bar and our son Ray at the other, all of us bound up in winter coats and masks while the sibling dogs Annie and Jasper beg and bark piteously for scraps.
Who’s going to fault a state lawmaker for taking a break from the grueling job of doing whatever it is he does on the mainland for a few days at Wailea Beach?
Just one meeting a month—one for November and one for December—is too cavalier of a pace for a city that is, like all American cities, in the midst of a very serious financial and health catastrophe.
Summer protests for racial justice falter on fall ballots for equity
This year, voting seemed like an honest-to-God matter of life or death.
The news of the spray-painted messages took off on social media, with hundreds of people in Facebook groups and on Nextdoor offered (for free!) their opinions on the matter.
If a Biden/Harris administration offers Garcia a position, to be among those they bring aboard for a great team, would he turn it down?
The Long Beach Citizen Police Complaint Commission is broken. Long Beach residents deserve a functional citizen oversight body capable of addressing complaints about police misconduct, use of excessive force, and systemic racism.
Labor and police unions, Roger Stonesque campaign managers, chiefs of various staffs, families of candidates and, of course the candidates themselves—it’s hard to find anyone who’s been behaving civilly since the primaries.
Long Beach City Council candidate Robert Fox, backed by his campaign manager, Ian Patton, issued a press release this week rife with inflammatory, stigma-filled and ableist language about mental illness. This must stop.
The Fox campaign distanced itself from Charley, with a barrage of statements regarding Charley’s mental health, with such phrases as “highly confused, in a delusional state” and his “ever-accelerating hairbrained (sic) schemes.”