Op-Ed Archives - Page 3 of 69 - Los Angeles Post-ExaminerLos Angeles Post-Examiner

Los Angeles has gone too far with parking tickets

It is reasonable to assume that any city large or small do everything it reasonably can to help prevent criminal activity within its jurisdiction and against its citizens, But what can the citizens do when a city, in this case […]

Los Angeles has gone too far with parking tickets

By

It is reasonable to assume that any city large or small do everything it reasonably can to help prevent criminal activity within its jurisdiction and against its citizens, But what can the citizens do when a city, in this case […]

Continue Reading...

Las Vegas Police find rounds in 3 locations

LAS VEGAS — The video footage from three separate Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer body-worn cameras from the night of the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre shows

Texas history could make you rich

Back in 1996 Autry Stephens decided that he wanted to claim his share of oil riches so he struck out on his own and soon named his one rig

Letters to Jim: Holiday edition

Hard to believe an entire year has now passed. I want to thank all of you who have taken the time to write to me. My ass has never

Prospective gassing of human beings in Alabama is an abomination

When, in October 2016, I wrote “[d]eath row inmates in Alabama are human guinea pigs” because the state’s capital punishment regime — specifically its barbaric, often bungled lethal injection

LVMPD had 20 rifle certified officers at music festival

LAS VEGAS — Why was it that Stephen Paddock fired unhindered for well over ten minutes from an elevated position without the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department countering his

Donald Trump’s message: Make America Rake Again

Donald Trump gets a ton of bad press he does not deserve. I fully get why he and his followers believe there is a movement led by fake news

Retired LVMPD lieutenant slams Chief Lombardo and Cordell Hendrex

LAS VEGAS — On October 10 The Hidden Truth Show hosted by Jim Breslo aired its podcast of an interview with author and retired Las Vegas Police Metropolitan Police

Black Friday my rear end

There once was a time when the day after Thanksgiving was just a day off from school. Kids played outside in the cool autumn air while adults wondered what

Newly released Mandalay Bay security footage ends mystery of women registered in Paddock’s suite

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department body-worn camera video footage released last week from a police officer who was inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel security surveillance room

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY

Los Angeles Post-Examiner