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Friday, October 24, 2014
Op/Ed
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In the end, they ate their boots. They were, after all, fashioned from animal hide, and, once boiled . . . more
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has claimed more than 2,300 victims. There are close to 4,500 known cases, and they are no longer isolated to West Africa. So far in the U.S. as I write . . . more
It isn’t the fault of the Long Beach community that its medical center was heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy. It may be that quite a few local residents never used the facility, but by now the entire town knows it is without a local hospital. more
The good news gets buried; the bad news gets broadcast around the world. That has been a fact of life in the Obama administration. more
Vice President Joseph Biden has been wrongly forced to embark on a Middle East apology tour in the wake of statements he made regarding the U.S.’s allies in the Middle East. more
Have you ever considered running for office? I’ve encountered many people in my life who’ve thought about it. Most decided against it, for a variety of reasons. I’ll try and address your concerns and encourage you to run. more
I’m not going to get all squirrely on you. I’m not talking about hoarding nuts and gathering firewood. more
In a “60 Minutes” interview on Sept. 28, President Obama was asked if the Islamic State’s march into Iraq was a “complete surprise.” Although he didn’t directly answer the question . . . more
After my last column, “For crying out loud, give cyclists a ‘brake’” (Sept. 18-24), my mother called from Florida, worried. more
As we prepare our young women for college, we must not forget “the talk” about how they can keep themselves safe. more
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