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  • DUNCE: LA Times Admits Recession ‘Inevitable,’ Then Spins ‘It May Not Be that Bad’

    06/23/2022 8:28:22 AM PDT · by JV3MRC · 16 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | 6/23/2022 | Joseph Vazquez
    The Los Angeles Times singlehandedly proved that the liberal media will go to asinine lengths to protect President Joe Biden’s political image even if the economy tumbles into a recession. The Times released a tone-deaf story that reeked of economic illiteracy. The story was headlined: “Yes, a recession looks inevitable. But it may not be that bad. Here’s why.” Times staff writer Don Lee trivialized the 40-year high inflation crisis that could legitimately plunge the nation into recession: “Whether it’s President Biden insisting a recession is avoidable or his critics arguing that the wolf is at the door, both sides...
  • L.A. Times Journalist Complains about ‘English-language Supremacy’ on Podcast

    04/27/2022 10:38:50 AM PDT · by artichokegrower · 79 replies
    American Greatness ^ | April 26, 2022 | Eric Lendrum
    On Saturday, Los Angeles Times journalist Jean Guerrero openly complained about “English-language supremacy” in the United States during an appearance on a National Public Radio (NPR) podcast. Fox News reports that, while on the NPR podcast “Consider This,” Guerrero addressed the issue of some foreigners or minorities having their names mispronounced, which she claimed “can signal criticism or exclusion.” She then claimed that her Puerto Rican mother faced “English-language supremacy” while living in the territory.
  • Five liberal media outlets run by billionaires that have criticized Elon Musk's attempted Twitter purchase

    04/25/2022 9:05:50 PM PDT · by NoLibZone · 13 replies
    Fox news ^ | April 18, 2022 | Hanna Panreck,David Rutz
    As Elon Musk attempts to purchase Twitter, many journalists and political commentators have viewed the Tesla CEO's plans to take over the social media giant as detrimental, and have slammed the idea of billionaire ownership, yet several liberal media organizations are themselves owned by billionaires. The Washington Post Amazon founder and billionaire Jeff Bezos purchased the Washington Post in 2016 for $250 million. The Atlantic Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Steve Jobs, became the majority owner of The Atlantic in 2017. TIME Marc Beinoff, the billionaire CEO of Salesforce, and his wife Lynne, purchased TIME in 2018 for $190...
  • LA Times endorses Republican in controller race: ‘California needs a fiscal watchdog’

    04/21/2022 1:47:50 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 17 replies
    The hill ^ | 04/21/2022 | Caroline Vakil
    The Los Angeles Times’s editorial board announced on Thursday that it was endorsing Republican Lanhee Chen in California’s controller race, saying “California needs a fiscal watchdog.” The newspaper’s editorial board said they were endorsing Chen because they believe that the controller, who looks at how taxpayer money is being spent by government divisions and can audit government agencies, “should be as independent from the party in power as possible.”
  • Commentary: Is this the end of the National League as we know it?

    04/02/2022 9:14:08 AM PDT · by MinorityRepublican · 76 replies
    The Los Angeles Times ^ | April 2, 2022 | BILL SHAIKIN
    Joe Maddon selected an adjective usually applied to a gallon of milk. Then again, for all the romance that surrounds the sport, baseball is a consumer product too. “Once you eradicate National League rules, then everything becomes homogenized,” the Angels manager said. With the adoption of the designated hitter in both leagues this year, and with the expansion of interleague play next year, Major League Baseball is giving their consumers what the league believes they want. The National League dates to 1876, the oldest surviving professional sports league in the world, according to MLB historian John Thorn. The American League...
  • The future of the automobile is being reshaped in California

    11/19/2015 6:51:57 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 15 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | 11/19/2015 | Jerry Hirsch
    Within walking distance of Tesla Motors' Palo Alto headquarters and across the street from Hewlett-Packard, Ford Motor Co. has set up a new Silicon Valley outpost. With a team of 100 reporting to a former Apple engineer, the Detroit giant is researching how humans experience machines, running autonomous-vehicle driving simulations and testing software that examines how bicycles and cars interact. "For 100 years, automobiles have been a mechanical engineering industry," said the center's director, Dragos Maciuca, who on his morning commute drives past a nearby research center of German automotive electronics and parts supplier Bosch. "Now, there is the shift...
  • Neil Young used a homophobic slur and blamed gays for AIDS

    01/31/2022 10:44:53 PM PST · by RandFan · 29 replies
    LA Times ^ | Feb 1 | LA Times
    His own track record isn’t spotless. In 1985, as AIDS was overwhelming American gay communities, Young used a homophobic slur in an interview and said of gays and the virus, “You go to a supermarket and you see a f— behind the f— cash register, you don’t want him to handle your potatoes.”
  • Column: Mocking anti-vaxxers’ deaths is ghoulish, yes — but necessary

    01/10/2022 2:05:16 PM PST · by KingofZion · 72 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | January 9, 2022 | Michael Hiltzik
    Among all the ways that COVID-19 affects our lives, the pandemic confronts us with a profound moral dilemma: How should we react to the deaths of the unvaccinated? On the one hand, a hallmark of civilized thought is the sense that every life is precious. On the other, those who have deliberately flouted sober medical advice by refusing a vaccine known to reduce the risk of serious disease from the virus, including the risk to others, and end up in the hospital or the grave can be viewed as receiving their just deserts. That’s even more true of those who...
  • How should Calif. confront the rising sea? These lawmakers have some bold ideas

    08/22/2021 3:36:40 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 32 replies
    SF Gate ^ | August 21, 2021 | by Rosanna Xia, LA Times
    LOS ANGELES — In a year marked by record-breaking wildfires, extreme heat and unprecedented water shortages, California lawmakers say there’s another — seemingly distant, but just as urgent — climate catastrophe the state cannot afford to ignore: sea level rise. This oft-overlooked threat is the focus of more than a dozen new bills and resolutions this year — a remarkable political awakening mobilized by years of research and piecemeal efforts across the state to keep the California coast above water. There’s Senate Bill 1 — the very first measure introduced this legislative session — that confronts sea level rise adaptation...
  • 'We have not been victorious over it': Kamala takes a swipe at Joe for declaring independence from COVID on July 4 – and blames scientists for failing to see Omicron or Delta coming

    12/18/2021 9:31:23 AM PST · by marcusmaximus · 31 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 12/18/2021 | Shannon Thaler
    Kamala Harris on Friday took a swipe at Joe Biden for declaring 'independence' from Covid on July 4 - and appeared to blame scientists for the administration's failure to be better prepared for Omicron and Delta as the new strains threaten to send the country spiraling back to pandemic shutdowns. Harris, in an interview with The Los Angeles Times, said: 'We have not been victorious over it. 'I don't think that in any regard anyone can claim victory when, you know, there are 800,000 people who are dead because of this virus.' -snip- The vice president insisted that the virologists...
  • ‘A perfect storm’ for Delta, Omicron could overwhelm hospitals within weeks

    12/17/2021 8:36:24 AM PST · by BusterDog · 74 replies
    LA Times ^ | 12/17/21
    SAN FRANCISCO — The rapid growth of Omicron is prompting officials to warn that hospitals could easily become overwhelmed, potentially within weeks, as they deal with a combination of the newest variant of the coronavirus along with patients hit by a holiday wave of the Delta strain. California and the rest of the nation now face a formidable winter. According to the state’s COVID forecasting models, there are plausible scenarios in which a winter surge could hit hospitals worse than the summer Delta wave, which strained facilities across swaths of the state. The combination is “a perfect storm for overwhelming...
  • California would-be victim manages to get robbers' gun, uses it against them shooting one dead

    12/12/2021 1:13:36 PM PST · by Navy Patriot · 42 replies
    Faux News ^ | December 11, 2021 | Emma Colton
    A man near the University of Southern California fought back against three armed would-be robbers, killing one of them with a gun they dropped during the altercation. Three armed men in their 20s exited a vehicle early Saturday morning in South Los Angeles and attempted to rob the unidentified man, Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson Norma Eisenman told the Los Angeles Times. An altercation broke out after the victim resisted complying with the suspects. One of the suspected robbers then dropped his handgun, and the victim picked it up and shot the suspect, according to police.
  • Brutal, brazen crimes shake L.A., leaving city at a crossroads

    12/06/2021 9:05:48 AM PST · by karpov · 74 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | December 4, 2021 | Kevin Rector, Richard Winton, and Andrew J. Campa
    Crews of burglars publicly smashing their way into Los Angeles’ most exclusive stores. Robbers following their victims, including a star of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and a BET host, to their residences. And this week, the fatal shooting of 81-year-old Jacqueline Avant, an admired philanthropist and wife of music legend Clarence Avant, in her Beverly Hills home. After two years of rising violent crime in Los Angeles, these incidents have sparked a national conversation and led to local concern about both the crimes themselves and where the outrage over the violence will lead. “The fact that this has...
  • Alex Berenson: The next time someone tells you I'm discredited or a conspiracy theorist or whatever... Show them this.

    11/26/2021 9:39:57 PM PST · by ransomnote · 33 replies
    substack.com ^ | NOVEMBER 23, 2021 | Alex Berenson
    [H/T Jane Long]Funny story.A month ago The New Yorker wrote a long piece on Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, who owns the Los Angeles Times and is the richest man in Los Angeles.Dr. Soon-Shiong made his billions thanks to a chemotherapy drug called Abraxane, which is a repatented and dressed-up version of a nasty and somewhat effective drug called paclitaxel. Abraxane came out in 2005 and was among the first cancer drugs to cost a few thousand dollars a month - a price that seems almost quaint now, when some cost 10 times that much. (Because pharmaceutical companies are all about helping...
  • Letters to the Editor: We're letting the 2nd Amendment destroy us. The Kyle Rittenhouse verdict proves it

    11/22/2021 7:12:56 PM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 101 replies
    LA Times ^ | Nov 22, 2022
    To the editor: I was born and raised in England, and after many years in the U.S. I am still bewildered by how the 2nd Amendment has been manipulated by a powerful minority. ("Will Rittenhouse acquittal lead to more armed confrontations at protests?" Nov. 19) The origins of this amendment, ratified in 1789, are clearly rooted in the desire to form state militias to frustrate any perceived overreach by a stronger federal government. The progenitor was the English Bill of Rights Act of 1689, which had a provision allowing the people to bear arms and possibly protect a newly formed...
  • ‘It was a classless move,’ Morningside coach says of Inglewood [CA] scoring 106 points

    10/31/2021 7:43:23 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 82 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | October 30, 2021 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
    Inglewood Morningside football coach Brian Collins did not have kind words for the Inglewood High coaching staff on Saturday morning when discussing his team’s 106-0 loss to the Sentinels in a game that saw Inglewood quarterback Justyn Martin throw 13 touchdowns passes, including a two-point conversion pass with a 104-0 lead. Collins said he was proud of his players for not quitting. He said a running clock did not start until the second quarter despite attempts to switch to a running clock earlier. Inglewood led 59-0 after the first quarter. Inglewood head coach Mil’Von James is in his third season....
  • Virginia governor race shows how Trumpism rotted the entire Republican Party

    10/30/2021 3:20:57 PM PDT · by cotton1706 · 79 replies
    msn.com ^ | 10/30/21 | Jackie Calmes
    For the sake of our two-party system, I would have liked to believe that Republican Glenn Youngkin, should he win the Virginia governor’s election on Tuesday, could show the way to a post-Trump restoration of the GOP, away from the crazy and the culture wars. After all, Youngkin is a moderate businessman who has long been a traditional Republican. But I can’t, because that’s not how he’s campaigned against former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. Youngkin is no Donald Trump, but neither is he disavowing the worst of Trump. He’s using weasel words, but all the same he’s corroding faith in...
  • Gov. Gavin Newsom's Daughter Is Not Vaccinated Despite His Mandate for California Students

    10/09/2021 9:56:36 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    Townhall ^ | 10/09/2021 | Landon Mion
    California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) said that his own daughter, who recently turned 12-years-old, has not received her COVID-19 vaccination despite the state's mandate for students.The governor said, according to the Los Angeles Times, that his daughter has not been vaccinated because she has "a series of other shots to get first."Last week, California became the first state in the country to implement a vaccine mandate for school children at least 12 years of age following approval from the Food and Drug Administration. This, after the city of Los Angeles in September required public school students ages 12 and up...
  • Op-Ed: The Supreme Court's conservatives now have free rein. Here's how your rights will change

    10/04/2021 8:30:49 AM PDT · by where's_the_Outrage? · 33 replies
    LA Times ^ | Oct 4, 2021 | Erwin Chemerinsky
    The Supreme Court term, which begins Monday, will be the culmination of five decades of efforts by conservatives to seize control of the court.... This will be the first full term with five staunch conservatives: Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito Jr., Neil M. Gorsuch, Brett M. Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.... The court’s most watched case — Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, to be argued on Dec. 1 — could dismantle principles of abortion rights set in 1973... Another area the court will reopen for consideration is gun rights. From 1791, when the 2nd Amendment was ratified, until 2008,...
  • Jay Leno Seems To Defend Cancel Culture: ‘You Either Change With The Times Or You Die’

    09/02/2021 11:30:19 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 47 replies
    September 2, 2021 ^ | Sep 2, 2021 | Megan Basham
    A number of comedians have spoken out against cancel culture in recent years, including Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Burr, David Spade, Kevin Hart, Michael Che, and Ricky Gervais. But there’s one comic who doesn’t think the trend of funnymen and women losing jobs for politically incorrect jokes is a problem — Jay Leno. The former host of “The Tonight Show” told the Los Angeles Times that stand-up acts have always had to adapt to the new norms, saying, “You either change with the times, or you die.”