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7 Tips for Living in California

Image by David Mark from Pixabay  In this day and age, California is considered one of the hottest places in America right now. In fact, Death Valley just reported the hottest temperature on Earth at 130 degrees. But temperature isn’t […]

7 Tips for Living in California

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Image by David Mark from Pixabay  In this day and age, California is considered one of the hottest places in America right now. In fact, Death Valley just reported the hottest temperature on Earth at 130 degrees. But temperature isn’t […]

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How Los Angeles Is Supporting The C-19 Recovery Process For Its Businesses

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay It has been a few months since parts of the economy began to reopen after the Covid-19 restrictions. While some businesses like restaurants and

Juneteenth Day is a celebration and a call to bend that moral arc once again

In his Juneteenth Day proclamation, California Governor Gavin Newsom started with a little history about why June 19 is credited as “Juneteenth Day.” The place where Union General Gordon

Protesting and the coronavirus continue and infections start to spike again

Every day we’re confronted with a new low from Donald J. Trump and his administration, with corresponding insanity from his followers on social media. American taxpayers had to shell out

George Floyd is eulogized, Trump adds insult to injury and the coronavirus marches on

As I’ve written before, we read a lot of crazy shit on social media. Like this, from an old college friend from way back in the day. “who can support

One man’s service: A powerful story Part 2

A few days later he was finally released from the hospital and was able to go home to Chicago for a brief visit before continuing on to Camp Pendleton,

Price gouging during the COVID-19 crisis is just plain wrong

 Lawsuits Over Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Crisis As Americans huddle in place or venture out of their homes, they do so with the fear of becoming infected with COVID-19.

COVID-19: Diving into the unknown

Where is the Jacques Cousteau

COVID-19 could explode this summer

Just saw this on The Rachel Maddow Show. They (she doesn’t put the show on herself) led her show with startling news from the University of Washington, a scientific

COVID-19: Let’s skip the science and get back to normal

Tuesday is Cinco de Mayo, a traditional day of partying at the beach or in bars or at the homes of friends and family. This year it’s going to

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