California University Officials Forget Race History And That They're Government, Governed By Law And Their Constitution
Erecting ghettos on the college campus is going backwards, not forward with education. That's because racial silos--even when, in retreat from integration, demanded by blacks themselves--often results in peer pressure on individuals, black and white, which may lead to intragroup hostility
True, all pundits mis-overestimated the Republican base. But as the General Election de facto now begins, Shrum & Frum discuss Trump's cumulative "Joseph Welch" moment due to four re-enforcing events: Clinton's pounding, Trump U fraud of average people, attack on a "Mexican" judge, and media shift from complicit to critical. Then: We analyze trends and odds for anticipating Nov 8. And is an implosion more likely than a comeback?
If nothing else, Gannett's $864 million takeover bid has exposed Tribune's farcical operations under chairman Michael Ferro. But instead of Titanic hitting the iceberg by accident, Ferro is aiming for it.
On May 16, 1966, Mao Tse-tung launched the Cultural Revolution, a campaign to purge Chinese society of old ways and
Over the past decade or so, the climate has improved for people with mental illness, and that is true whether or not a person has a beautiful mind.
The Metro Board now has a historic opportunity to fix Metro's ridership slump by providing real leadership for the benefit of all the residents in LA County; not surprisingly, it involves more -- much more -- than simply trying to get us all to pass another transportation tax.
On Nov. 27, media mogul Rupert Murdoch used his Twitter account to say there was "strong word" that billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad and a group of local investors were poised to buy the Los Angeles Times.
The real value is in the content, not where you saw it. And the newspapers could become the content making machines of journalism for the world -- if only they would embrace what they already are -- content creators, not advertising carriers and sellers.
Almost three years have gone by since the horrific Newtown, CT shootings, and here we are again: Ten dead, and 20 injured in Oregon. Yes, there have been school shootings in between (approximately one per week), but the similarities between Chris Harper Mercer, Elliot Rodger in 2014, and Adam Lanza, revolve around suspected autism spectrum conditions.
Tribune Publishing is implementing employee buyouts as it seeks to cut costs amid declining revenues, the company announced
The move comes amid continuing financial troubles at the paper.