Letter to the Editor

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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

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A Sacramento appointed Redistricting Committee has redrawn voting lines for Assembly and State Senate by scooping out Orange County communities of Los Alamitos, Rossmoor, and Cypress and dumping them into the Long Beach voting district. Our state representatives must reflect the values of constituents which was often the reason Los …continue reading

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Thank you to the local community for coming out on a very hot Sept. 11 to remember the 20th anniversary of Muslim extremists attacking the United States of America. With multiple Sept. 11 and/or recall Newsom events taking place throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties we appreciate the enthusiastic crowd …continue reading

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Dear Editor: On Saturday, August 14, Rush Park Auditorium was the site of an expert discussion on Critical Race Theory. Harriette Reid spoke to a large audience about how local school boards such as Los Alamitos Unified School District are indoctrinating K-12 students with anti-Christian, anti-Semitic, anti-American Critical Race Theory …continue reading

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Dear Editor, Should Gov. Gavin Newsom remain in office, there is little doubt that another useless statewide mask mandate and anti-small business lockdown will be on the horizon. The good news is that the Recall Newsom movement is a MULTI-PARTISAN celebration! The ballot is filled with candidates who are Democrats, …continue reading

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The following flyer has been circulated by residents near the site of the former Swain Elementary School. NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING!! WE NEED YOUR HELP!! Cypress City Residents Near Swain Elementary School there will be a Neighborhood Meeting Wednesday, July 14, 2021, at 6:00 pm at Swain school. BRING YOUR CHAIRS!! We …continue reading