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Royal distraction

Another high school shooting. More kids slaughtered and more families left to confront a grief no one ever should have to face. More empty words and pointless prayers from politicians whose only concern about school shootings is whether or not […]

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Another high school shooting. More kids slaughtered and more families left to confront a grief no one ever should have to face. More empty words and pointless prayers from politicians whose only concern about school shootings is whether or not […]

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Rep. Karen Bass hosts resource fairs on senior scams

LOS ANGELES – Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones and the newly-elected California Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager hosted an event over the weekend in South Los Angeles

Democrats reluctant to praise Trump for NK hostage release

WASHINGTON — Many Democrats have been reluctant to praise the Trump administration for securing the release of three Americans who had been held captive in North Korea. “I’m very happy that

Donald Trump and the politics of dancing

On this day in history, 1945, President Harry S. Truman declared the end of the war in Europe — commonly known as VE Day. President Franklin D. Roosevelt had

Self incrimination: May I ask me some questions?

Time to find out what I think about important stuff that is on the minds of my biggest fans so here are this month’s letters to myself. Dear Jim, Do you

Ronny Jackson withdraws his nomination as head of VA

WASHINGTON – White House physician Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson has withdrawn his nomination for Veterans Affairs secretary. “Unfortunately, because of how Washington works, these false allegations have become a distraction for

Deep State: A modern day mystery

From the sensational murders of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Bobby Kennedy to the bloody lethal 9/11 attack, you can eventually count on an entity known

Strike two: Did it work?

Last night, news broke with the president addressing the nation about coordinated missile strikes on Syria. Normally, I am quick to second guess and even mock the president, but

April letters to Jim

I trust everyone enjoyed their Easter break and are still struggling to rid their bodies from its dependency on jelly beans and marshmallow filled chocolate eggs. Another month has

China puts $3 billion in tariffs on US goods

WASHINGTON – On Monday China slapped the U.S. with $3 billion worth of tariffs on exports of steel, aluminum and more than 100 other products. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell

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