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HMG-CN OPINION: Cerritos City Council Ignores Frontier Switchover Problem, Would Rather Build Museum

HMG-CN OPINION: Cerritos City Council Ignores Frontier Switchover Problem, Would Rather Build Museum

Follow   By Brian Hews The switchover from Frontier to Verizon debacle continues in Cerritos, as HMG-CN continues to receive a large amount of phone calls complaining about the lack…

Statement of California Democratic Party Chairman John Burton on Ted Cruz Naming Carly Fiorina as Choice for Vice President

Follow “Sen. Ted Cruz’s choice of Carly Fiorina to be his vice president is the last gasp of desperation for a campaign that is going nowhere. Are they going to…

Guest OP/ED: Extreme Anti-Trade Proposals by Trump and Other Candidates Would Hurt GDP and Jobs

Follow April 26th, 2016, NEW YORK, NY (Updated from April 11th)- Fervent anti-free trade rhetoric dominates the U.S. Presidential campaign on both the Republican and Democratic side, raising the risk…

OP/ED: THE TRUTH ABOUT COSTS OF THE LA COUNTY DRUG TAKE-BACK ORDINANCE

Follow By Arthur J. Shartsis and Heidi Sanborn The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is considering an ordinance that would require pharmaceutical companies to operate and fund a program to…

Students in the Classroom or Money in the Bank? Cerritos College Board Prefers Money in the Bank

Follow   By the Cerritos College Faculty Federation Executive Board In March 2004, the cities of the Cerritos Community College District passed a bond measure to provide $210 million to repair…

Op-ED: Scum Rises to the Top at Apple

Follow By Brian Hews In a continuing thoughtless effort to keep from handing over information on a terrorists’ phone, executives at Apple sent what they called “their top ranking Latino,”…

OP/ED: Apple CEO Cook Protecting Terrorists for the Sake of Privacy

Follow By Brian Hews HMG-CN Publisher A huge battle is brewing between the federal government and what people are calling the “flag bearer of the technological world,” Apple Incorporated. Apple’s…

Opinion: Safe and Convenient Medicine Collection is Good Medicine for LA County

Follow   By Heidi Sanborn Executive Director of the California Product Stewardship Council Preventing prescription drug abuse and protecting water quality are two issues on the minds of Los Angeles County…

A Climate-Change Policy that Pays for Itself

Follow By Patrick K. Decker This week, government officials from 190 nations are meeting in Paris to forge a plan for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Among the most difficult issues they’ll…

Guest Opinion: The Battlefield at Home and the Struggle for Reasonable Healthcare

Follow By Christopher Boits On October 7, 2001 the United States went into Afghanistan and on March 20, 2003 the U.S. went into Iraq. Over the course of our stay in…

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