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  • Tropico Perspective: Blame traces back to those who don't vote

    Tropico Perspective: Blame traces back to those who don't vote
    Writing an article that you know is going to be published the day after a potentially game-changing election is a challenge. But even without knowing the outcome, there are a couple of things about this election that will certainly be true:...
  • Playing with the numbers

    Playing with the numbers
    One of our most endearing qualities as a species is how thoroughly we examine a man-made disaster after it happens, as if understanding one crisis could, despite all evidence to the contrary, ward off the next one. To help us comprehend our current...
  • Goodwill Guardians

    Goodwill Guardians
    New York has George Soros. L.A. has Eli Broad. Vegas? Bet you thought everyone was busy wagering. Wrong. The city,  historically known more for carnality than compassion, has a range of denizens working not only for a better city but a better world....
  • In the culture war's trenches

    As if there were not enough real enemies to fight, the United States has been at war with itself in recent years. They call it the culture war. It has generated more hot air than most real wars in history. As Pat Buchanan noted early on, the culture...
  • Global Meltdown Rule No. 1: Do the math

    As a Peruvian educated by British and American teachers, I learned never to embark on a major task without first "doing the math." No more of that Latino "happy go lucky, trust your gut and say three Hail Marys" approach to life. Without measurement, my...
  • California's ballot billions

    There's little chance that the state budget eventually passed in Sacramento will actually rid California of its stubborn $15.2-billion deficit. But in the improbable event that the Legislature and governor balance the budget without resorting to such...
  • California's propositions

    Proposition 1A What it does: Authorizes $9.95 billion in bonds to build an electric train to get people from Los Angeles to San Francisco in just over 2 1/2 hours. Back story: This is the governor's and the Legislature's baby, years in the making....
  • Bill O'Reilly and Krippendorff's Alpha

    As authors of a study on Bill O'Reilly's rhetoric, we would like to thank the Los Angeles Times, other journalists, media watch Web sites, and bloggers who have brought our research to a wider audience. We are pleased that our work has sparked vigorous...
  • Stop calling O'Reilly names

    Armed with propaganda, and dangerous with ideological fervor, Los Angeles Times columnist Rosa Brooks stated flat-out that the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly, calls people names every 6.8 seconds in his opening monologue. Anyone who watches...
  • Iraq forever

    Last Friday morning, I found myself cornered by a Republican Iraq war vet from the National Guard who sincerely wanted me to understand that when the news media or congressional Democrats talk about drawing down troops, or withdrawing altogether, they...
  • Counter Coulter

    But about the same time, you know, Bill Maher was not joking and saying he wished Dick Cheney had been killed in a terrorist attack. So I've learned my lesson. If I'm gonna say anything about John Edwards in the future, I'll just wish he had been killed...
  • Brazil's fields of fuel

    When taxi driver Jose Arruda fuels his 2007 Chevy in this city of skyscrapers and slums, he doesn't buy gas. He buys ethanol, a plant-based fuel that is cheaper, eco-friendly and better for his engine. "With ethanol, I pocket more money for my family,"...