Category Archives: Newspapers

Does The Shocking New York Times Article Have Another Purpose?

Was there any secret purpose to release to the New York Times the shocking story: F.B.I. Opened Inquiry Into Whether Trump Was Secretly Working on Behalf of Russia? Continue reading

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LA Times: The Problem with President Donald Trump.

Finally, the 4th estate exhibits it’s responsibility to the people of this nation and the world  to work for the greater good with this series of sharply critical but true articles about President Donald Trump. A series of Times editorials: … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal “Overcharges” The Unsuspected.

It is sort of ironic that the very news paper that brings me stories of corporate greed is itself an alleged participant. Continue reading

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Shocking Observation, October 2015

He said that he canceled his subscription. I asked why and he said he was getting tired of all the negative news. That’s interesting because just a few days prior I really got the same feeling after looking over that day’s paper. Just a few days later, October 8, 2015, I talked to my next door neighbor and he too has dropped out from following the news. Continue reading

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WSJ: Climate Science Is Not Settled, by Steven E. Koonin

The Wall Street Journal, September, 20-21 (weekend), Review section, page C1 had an article titled “Climate Science Is Not Settled” by Steven E. Koonin.  I have learned my lesson with this newspaper to look at the brief bio for the … Continue reading

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Problem Getting News That Matters To Me

My wife and I were in San Luis Obispo June 23 on vacation.  That evening our room lights dimmed, a brown out.  A while later we lost power.  My wife looked out the window and reported not seeing any lights.  … Continue reading

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The Orange County Register article, Steyn: America turning into Europe? We should be so lucky (Part II).

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series America turning into Europe?

While and after reading the Orange County Register, Sunday, August 12, 1012 article by Mark Steyn.   Steyn: America turning into Europe? We should be so lucky.  I felt that the reporter was making statements that were pretty outrageous.  Here … Continue reading

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The Orange County Register article, Steyn: America turning into Europe? We should be so lucky. (Part I).

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series America turning into Europe?

While and after reading the Orange County Register, Sunday, August 12, 1012 article by Mark Steyn.   Steyn: America turning into Europe? We should be so lucky.  I felt that the reporter was making statements that went counter to my … Continue reading

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The Barnes & Noble Nook Color

I may have made a mistake. I should have purchased a Nook Simple Touch for book reading and embraced the Apple iPad for all other purposes. Continue reading

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Letter to LA Times, June 2010, Subject is California Primary Election Results.

The day after the last California election I looked through my LA Times print edition to find the election results.   Where was the results buried?  It is most frustrating that I can easily  find sports scores but not political scores. … Continue reading

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