Letter to the Editor (Page 7)

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Most everyone knows someone who has/had dementia, witnessing the frightening early signs that tell us a loved one’s mind is slowly disappearing. I saw this with my own beloved father. Now the American people are getting a firsthand observation of what early dementia looks like thanks to the Democratic National …continue reading

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As a Teacher and community advocate to improve, increase, and strengthen Career and Technical Education (CTE) provided by public schools to K-12 students, I am concerned as many others are as well, that our public schools are not providing enough CTE classes. Instead of offering more CTE classes, over the …continue reading

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Dear Editor, As Americans, we should be able to debate issues without using Nazi or Holocaust references, misquoting and misconstruing facts and history. Comparing President Trump to Hitler, a genocidal maniac who systematically murdered 12 million people – six million of whom were Jewish, or stating that Republicans are Nazis …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for July 2019 include a death in Mission Viejo, Cypess Police activity, and a warrant-clearing event in Long Beach. The Top Ten Stories for July 2019 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the month of July 2019 (excluding weather forecasts and events): Huntington …continue reading

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Dear Editor: Congratulations to the Cypress Community Festival organizers for putting together another outstanding event! The annual festival is one reason among many that makes Cypress a wonderful city to live or work in. It was interesting that planners placed the Republican and Democratic booths side-by-side, something that is not …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for June 30 through July 6 include a collision and a shooting in Long Beach, a new pier at the Naval Weapons Station, and free summer concerts. The Top Ten Stories for June 30 through July 6 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for June 23 through June 29 include adoptable dogs, the Placentia Fire Department, CSU parking revenue, and a July 4th flyover. The Top Ten Stories for June 23 through June 29 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): …continue reading

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It is no surprise that after three decades, Mitsubishi Motors of America has decided to relocate its North American headquarters from Cypress to Tennessee. California is hostile to business and welcoming to illegal aliens. The real surprise is that Mitsubishi waited this long to move! With Democrats passing laws and …continue reading

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I attended Congressman Alan Lowenthal’s Town Hall on Wednesday, May 29. Unfortunately he’s my congressman (47th district), but that’s how it goes. The town hall was very educating as pro-Trump supporters (scattered around the room) were surrounded by socialists who obviously want the United States to be more like Venezuela. …continue reading