Los Angeles citizens will soon come to blows over whether or not they choose to restrict residential development near one of Hollywood’s most historical sites.
In March, the Los Angeles City Council approved Sonny Kahn’s Miami-based skyscraper firm Crescent Heights’ plan to build two residential towers, called the Palladium Residences.
The virtual world of the internet is once again converging with the concerns of reality.
Yelp, an online review and information website, is appealing to the California Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling demanding the company to remove defamatory reviews.
2016 will be known around the world as the year of nationalism’s revival.
Whether it be the massive demonstrations in Poland, the United Kingdom’s recent exit from the European Union or even the possibility of Japan amending its constitution for the first time ever, developed countries around the world are turning back to nationalism and are becoming increasingly skeptical of liberal democracy.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders continues to decry the victimization of blacks and Hispanics at the hands of the police on his website, saying:
“It is an outrage that in these early years of the 21st century we are seeing intolerable acts of violence being perpetrated by police and racist acts of terrorism by white supremacists.”
The Vermont senator’s comments are characteristic of a sentiment first made popular by the Black Lives Matter movement, a movement which continues to claim we live “in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise” by the police.
It’s hard to know how to react to someone who equates being amused over communist protesters with being amused over black people getting lynched.
But this is the exact comparison Tala Deloria draws in submission to the Daily Bruin in response to my article, where I argued UCLA’s Revolution Club engaged in protests against the police due to their inflated self-image and to fulfill their emotional needs.
The UCLA campus was graced with live entertainment Thursday. Members of Revolution Club at UCLA chanted about killer cops while a shirtless man wearing Texas flag shorts exhorted students to pray Donald Trump into office near Bruin Plaza.
California businesses are going to face greater economic hardships in the years to come thanks to the state legislature. Now they will be required to pay their entry-level employees 50 percent higher hourly wages.
In the midst of bombings, suffering and tragedy, there are still people squabbling over whether or not “Islamic terrorism” is a valid phrase. Given a moment’s thought, it should not be so controversial.
Good intentions are great until they lead to unfavorable outcomes. Unfortunately, California’s state legislature’s good intentions may push Los Angeles residents into a tough spot.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power proposed to increase its utility rates for Los Angeles residents, including those in Westwood, to compensate for costs associated with implementing the state’s climate change mandates found in Senate Bill No.
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