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  • How to boost voter turnout in L.A. -- and it isn't offering prizes

    How to boost voter turnout in L.A. -- and it isn't offering prizes
    In a wondrous proposal that says more about the decline of civilization than its authors surely intended, the Los Angeles Ethics Commission has come up with a way to boost voter turnout in L.A. city elections: Make voters eligible for cash prizes. The recommendation may fail to persuade the City Council to enact such a plan, and even if it does, the particulars — two $25,000 awards? one $50,000 windfall? 500 all-you-can-eat coupons to In-N-Out Burger? — remain to be determined.
  • Lay off Richard Nixon, you've got Obama to kick around now [Letter]

    Lay off Richard Nixon, you've got Obama to kick around now [Letter]
    It seems columnist Jules Witcover is more concerned about former President Richard Nixon, who has not been in the White House for 40 years, than he is about the current administration's problems, such as the IRS scandal, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, etc....

    Hate drove Richard Nixon, Bob Woodward says

    Hate drove Richard Nixon, Bob Woodward says
    Richard Nixon's views on hate constitute "one of the most fabulous lines of the American presidency," Bob Woodward told CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday morning. In resigning the presidency 40 years ago, Nixon counseled friends and aides that although...

    Hillary gets criticism from right and left on break with Obama

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton isn't running for president yet, but she's already learning that it's not easy running away from her former boss, even if he's unpopular. After spending a year and a half praising Barack Obama, the former secretary of state...

    Deporte en Miami: cuando se premia la mediocridad, todos pierden

    Deporte en Miami: cuando se premia la mediocridad, todos pierden
    En su inquebrantable función de adoctrinamiento social, los medios masivos de comunicación se esfuerzan por hacer públicos sólo aquellos mensajes que luego servirán como elementos aglutinantes. Aún sin saberlo, particularmente en el sur de Florida,...