Letter to the Editor

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The recent uptick in crime has left many Californians questioning the safety of our state. From blatant smash-and-grab robberies to criminals assaulting people in broad daylight, it’s hard to remember a time when California wasn’t plagued by such violent lawlessness. Governor Newsom and his supermajority have aggressively rolled back many …continue reading

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Dear Editor: Anti-Asian hate crimes increased in California by 177% in 2021 and we need someone in Congress who will fight to keep Asian communities safe in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Congresswoman Michelle Steel has proposed bi-partisan resolution condemning Anti-Asian hate crimes, voted in support of the COVID-19 Hate …continue reading

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Dear Editor: Since Joe Biden became President and Democrats took full control of Congress, border security has been ignored. Our Southern Border is wide open, allowing for human trafficking, fentanyl, and dangerous cartel members to enter our country illegally. I am further disappointed in Democrat candidate Jay Chen for failing …continue reading

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Dear Editor: As a Cypress resident (with my husband) since 1978, I want to thank Councilmembers Mayor Morales, Mayor Pro Tem Hertz-Mallari, Councilman Minikus, and Councilman Jon Peat for voting to FIGHT the ridiculous districting lawsuit. Changing voting from citywide to district would permanently alter Cypress’ amazing success. Instead of …continue reading

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Dear Editor: West Orange County Republican Women Federated wants to thank the community (and especially Rossmoor, Cypress, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Stanton, La Palma, and greater Long Beach) for making 2021 one of our most successful years. Throughout the club’s 60th Diamond Jubilee year, we had dual goals: (1) promoting …continue reading

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Across Orange County and Los Angeles waters, cargo ships are overpacked into ports, publicly displaying the backlog in transportation and clogged commerce across the world. Overall demand is significantly higher than the ability of production, leading to backlog and inflation. For example, a major break in transportation comes from the …continue reading