June 11, 1989 |
"This is a book about jail, the women who live there, how they got there, how time passes for them, and how they survive. Extraordinary, heart- breaking, and yes, everybody should read it."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1988
Out of all the issues in our country today, the most important is that of the plight of illegal immigrants. The INS seems oblivious of the fact that illegal aliens are human beings, too. All that is important to the INS is the fact that those people are breaking the law. There are organizations and communities in Los Angeles that help these people and all the INS can think of is that they are breaking the law also. As a member of one such community, I believe that it is more important to help others than to obey laws which call for us to ignore their needs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1988
Regarding your editorial on the actions of the Orange Police Department (March 2): Have you forgotten that people standing along the street make it difficult to approach many of the business establishments and that they do litter and drink alcoholic beverages on public sidewalks? Who pays for the cleanup? We all do. Have you also forgotten that an overwhelming majority of the people who were stopped were found to be unable to provide documentation of legal residence--they were in this country illegally.
March 8, 2008 |
A robotic spacecraft circling Mars has snapped the first image of a series of active avalanches near the planet's north pole, scientists said Monday. The image, taken last month by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, reveals at least four avalanches of fine ice and dust breaking off from a steep cliff and settling on the slope below. The cascade kicked up massive debris clouds, with some measuring more than 590 feet across.
May 14, 1992
In your airline food article, "You Can Take It With You" (April 9), Jonathan Gold wrote: "Bringing your own wine is technically illegal, but no more risky than sneaking a nip in the stands at a college football game." What a pity! We don't have enough fraud, deceit, cheating, law breaking in the world, now we even get encouragement. Come on. How about some great ideas that instill integrity? JUDITH SHARPE
November 21, 1992
I am disgusted with your anti-white, racist headlines and articles. The headline "Breaking Up 'White-Bread' Look of TV Commentators" on a column by Howard Rosenberg, a "white-bread" commentator himself, is anti-white, racist, derogatory to a group of L.A. citizens and unacceptable! Would you print "Break Up of 'Chocolate Pudding' Look of Lakers" with hiring of white players? Let's show respect to all! Be polite! RUTH McFARLANE Pasadena
September 6, 1987
With all the dire warnings about what Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork will do to our American way of life, I began to develop a few doubts about him. Now, thanks to the American Civil Liberties Union breaking its policy and coming out strongly against him (Part I, Sept. 1), I am now convinced he would be a fine asset to the court. JOHN M. STALBERG Pacific Palisades