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Banning E-Cigs

It’s so nice to see that our tax dollars are being put to good use. There are no lengths our government officials won't go to protect us, especially when it comes to our health and our children. Remember the mandatory glove policy Los Angeles passed recently for chefs? Was it necessary?

What Makes Angelinos Different?

I wasn't born here, but when people ask me where I'm from I tell them I'm from Los Angeles. When I say this, inevitably there are a slew of assumptions made about who I am and what I'm about. So where does all this come from? Is there truth behind

Lazy Laws

Every once in a while, you hear about antiquated laws that make no sense yet still exist in this world. There’s even several websites dedicated to it. It’s pretty funny. Check it out. My favorite in California is a law that bans animals from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of

The Continued Need for Affirmative Action

In a move that surprised many, including myself, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided not to strike down the practice of colleges using race as a factor for selecting students earlier this year, at least for now. I, for one, am pleased with this outcome because this

Can We Agree that Kidnapping Babies is Wrong?

Do you know this hospital? Is your baby there? Get it out NOW. Let me fill you in if you haven't heard yet. The story goes that a couple were taking their five-month-old baby to Sutter Memorial Hospital regularly as awesome parents do. One day, they roll in and suddenly,