Archive for December, 2015

The Surveillance State

Posted on December 31, 2015 by

Traffic accidents killed more than 2500 Americans this month. But it’s the 14 people massacred in San Bernardino in early December who preoccupied us as we drove to work, holiday parties and shopping centers. There’s little value in being told that the chances of our friends, family or ourselves being blown up or gunned down [...]

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Expo’s Homeless

Posted on December 14, 2015 by

The Santa Monica to Culver City link of Metrorail’s Expo line will be up and running in a few months and I need to raise an uncomfortable issue. I’ve taken the train a lot from Culver City to Downtown over the past year and have had a very positive experience. It’s reliable, enjoyable and for [...]

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