Dear Editor: I pray you can help?? I have been looking for Sparky, we was to be married, neither one of us handled our disagreement vary well, I know he is my soul mate. I have been looking for him every cents our disagreement he said he would be back, that we both needed time. […]
It has been well documented that, believers who pray for help and guidance have improved health.
Re: Paradox of Prayer (Feb/Mar AARP Magazione). You weren’t “sermonizing,” but simply reporting the facts as they are. Angry responses from those who identify as atheists were unfortunate. The insanity of political correctness, wherein people need to be shielded from opinions they disagree with, belongs to our grandchildren’s generation, not to us who are older, and […]
We’ll look back at the gay parade bans as an oxymoron which will be remembered mostly for all the punchlines it will spawn on late-night TV.
California may see itself as a world leader, but on this issue, our leaders seem to be putting a costly bandage on a problem, rather than looking for permanent solutions for the future.
To the Editor: USC needs to fire Pat Hayden. The man has no class. He doesn’t understand the quality of coach Orgeron. I will no longer be a USC football fan because of the despicable behavior of Pat Hayden. Coach O did take a mid season job and performed very well. Hayden gives Orgeron no […]
Note: This letter is in response to Hey Republicans, We’re Wise to You To the Editor: How quickly one forgets that is was the Democrats (good ole Barney Frank, being the leader of the pack) pushing for every person under the sun to apply for a loan. Just watch some of the old C-SPAN videos […]
In speeches and TV interviews, suddenly the guy I supported and voted for twice became this tired old guy spouting the blatherings of the military-intelligence industrial complex.
This is the conundrum of the quest for low priced consumer goods in the United States. We want cheap goods, without realizing the effect that it has on wages and jobs in the US economy.
Fukushima’s Reactor No 4 building was shattered by a hydrogen explosion and teeters on the brink of collapse. It contains 1,535 spent fuel rod assemblies, cooled by a pool of water several stories off the ground.
It becomes more obvious that any money the legislature or senate gets from Prop 30 or any other source will be squandered as usual.