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Illegals Fueling Public Housing Shortage May. 22, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Housing shortages are plunging New York City and Los Angeles into crisis. Affordable rents are scarc... Read More

Are the Racists on Viral Videos Mentally Ill? Mar. 21, 2019

Froma Harrop

Most everyone who spends time on social media has come across videos in which a white person is scre... Read More

Pursue Your Modeling Dream, Though Few 'Make It' Feb. 28, 2019

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: Several family members have told me that I have the physical attributes to be a fashion... Read More

You No Longer Have the Right to a Trial by Jury Jan. 25, 2019

Ted Rall

I was wronged. All I wanted was a trial by jury. Is this still America? No. America is dead. Apparen... Read More

Eric for President? Jan. 25, 2019

Susan Estrich

The teachers strike in the second-largest school district in the country ended Tuesday, so, accordin... Read More

Newfound Love for Working Out Sep. 23, 2017

Katiedid Langrock

Like many kids, I was always afraid to show my mom a bad report card. Grades were not the most impor... Read More

FX Show Spreads Debunked CIA Drug Smear Jul. 07, 2017

L. Brent Bozell

As much as liberals say they despise "fake news," some of the most powerful and notorious sources of... Read More

Lessons Unlearned From the '92 LA Riots Apr. 26, 2017

Star Parker

This weekend marks 100 days of the Trump administration. This milestone also coincides with a very i... Read More

In Chicago, Bad Policing Doesn't Stop Crime Mar. 12, 2017

Steve Chapman

With violent crime surging in Chicago, the Trump administration rejects the idea of police restraint... Read More

The LA Movie That Should Have Won Best Picture Feb. 23, 2017

Froma Harrop

My candidate lost, and yes, I still can't get over it. I speak of the 1997 movie "L.A. Confidential.... Read More

L.A. Olympics Bid Gets High Marks for 'Low Risk' Nov. 22, 2016

Daily Editorials

California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office has affirmed that Los Angeles is taking a "low... Read More

Passing the Torch Aug. 25, 2016

Daily Editorials

After Rio, do you want a Los Angeles Olympics? The dark cloud over the Rio de Janeiro Olympics closi... Read More

Closing Schools for Terrorist Threats Dec. 20, 2015

Steve Chapman

What if the Los Angeles public schools get another email promising a terrorist attack on Monday? And... Read More

Falsehoods and False Alarms Dec. 17, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

Why does Donald Trump repeat talking points that he knows are untrue? During Tuesday night's debate,... Read More

Patti Davis: A New Novel Helps Bury Old Wounds Dec. 04, 2015

Jamie Stiehm

Her life now, more artist than rebel, is on a Santa Monica street under pine trees, where Patti Davi... Read More

Pasadena: Oasis of Art and History Nov. 28, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Karen Kenyon Pasadena, a city within Los Angeles County, is a fascinating place with its own tone... Read More

In the Wake of Proposition 47, California Sees a Crime Wave Aug. 16, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

"The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act" isn't living up to its promise. Also known as Proposition 4... Read More

Why Bernie Sanders' Big Crowds Count Aug. 15, 2015

Mark Shields

When Democratic presidential candidates have campaigned in Los Angeles, it has usually been around a... Read More

Don't Know Much About History May. 10, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

In March, President Barack Obama teased the notion of making voting mandatory. "It would be transfor... Read More

Who Would Complain About a Book Tour? Nov. 26, 2014

Roger Simon

Editor's Note: While Roger is taking a day off, we are reprinting one of his favorite columns. LOS A... Read More