Getting wise to union antics?

By Chantal Lovell
Two opinion articles worth a read Summer is almost here, and the tide may finally be turning in the Los Angeles Unified School District.  This week, two notable opinion pieces were published in area newspapers questioning the ongoing, union-orchestrated school closures, and challenging the LAUSD Board of Education to stand up to the United Teachers...

TAGS: LA, teachers, Unions, UTLA

WATCH: LA Board of Ed members eat, text, check emails while Latina mom pleads for school reopening

By Chantal Lovell
Six-figure salaries not enough to buy interest in kids’ futures… In a infuriating video released this week by parent watchdog group UTLA Uncensored, Los Angeles Board of Education members and leadership are seen completely ignoring a mom as she breaks down while recounting the suffering her children are experiencing due to the board’s refusal to...

TAGS: LA, Los Angeles

America’s Homeless Industrial Complex – Causes & Solutions

By Edward Ring
In his final speech from the White House in January 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower warned the nation that the military had joined with the arms industry and had acquired unwarranted influence over American politics. His term for this alliance was the “military industrial complex.” Since that time, Eisenhower’s term has been co-opted by other critics of special...

TAGS: homelessness, Housing, LA, Prop 47, San Francisco