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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1995
Re the American legal system: England's revenge on the Colonies. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1995
Re the American legal system: England's revenge on the Colonies. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1995
Observation on the Simpson trial: Does it seem to you that the Dream Team is practicing in the Trial-light Zone? JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1995
Observation on the Simpson trial: Does it seem to you that the Dream Team is practicing in the Trial-light Zone? JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1994
Americans would take to soccer more if it weren't for all that running. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1994
Lewis Carroll must have a grin as wide as the Cheshire cat when he observes the convoluted logic of legal defense attorneys lately. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
OPINION
December 27, 1987
Thank you, Conrad, for expressing so well the sentiments of so many in your cartoon. We have the whole weight of our government behind the move to relocate hundreds of thousands of Soviet Jews to the United States while we ignore the inability of Palistinians to return to the place of their birth. JAMES J. MURPHY Pacific Palisades
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1999
Again. There are no more Axis powers, no more USSR threats, no fear of incursions by the Land of the Rising Sun. Saddam Hussein has been tamed and minor incidents about the globe offer scant resistance, so what's next? The Defense Department needs a new bogyman to coerce the U.S. populace to financially support nebulous plans and hidden agendas. Ergo: China. As a stratagem the security of secrets must be made insecure, even open to pilferage. Then there will be a basis for finger-pointing and blame.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1994
Your story "U.S. Weighs New Arms Sales Policy" (Nov. 15) omitted an important implication of the revised policy. Taking into account domestic economic considerations in approving arms exports isn't going to increase sales to democratic nations--they are already welcome to buy all they can afford. Economic considerations will instead be used to justify weapons sales to potentially repressive or aggressive regimes. In the interests of the U.S. arms industry, are we about to start exporting tanks and missiles to countries like Croatia, Burma and, before long, Syria?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1994
Wow! Now the Grand Old Party can give us what we want! Right! 1. Term limits. 2. Line-item veto. 3. Balanced budget. 4. No more illegal immigrants. Not much to expect, or is it? Well, we could see more changes in 1996. Let's see which congressmen will be the first to put any one of these bills on the House floor. Is it going to be Dornan, Royce, Cox, Rohrabacher, Kim or Packard? Let's see how strong these congressmen from Orange County really are. Or is this the shoo-in for President Clinton in 1996?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1994
Lewis Carroll must have a grin as wide as the Cheshire cat when he observes the convoluted logic of legal defense attorneys lately. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1994
Americans would take to soccer more if it weren't for all that running. JAMES J. MURPHY Laguna Niguel
OPINION
December 27, 1987
Thank you, Conrad, for expressing so well the sentiments of so many in your cartoon. We have the whole weight of our government behind the move to relocate hundreds of thousands of Soviet Jews to the United States while we ignore the inability of Palistinians to return to the place of their birth. JAMES J. MURPHY Pacific Palisades
TRAVEL
January 9, 1994 | CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS, TIMES TRAVEL WRITER/ Reynolds travels anonymously at the newspaper's expense, accepting no special discounts or subsidized trips
On the whole, Dov B. Malkin of Los Angeles had a rewarding vacation in Peru in November. But he might have come home happier still had he not started asking questions at the hotels arranged by his tour operator. At one lodging in Lima, where Malkin and his fellow tour members were paying $78 nightly, Malkin found that similar rooms were available for $60 a night.
NEWS
April 4, 1993 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
A UCLA study due out next month is likely to help answer the question of whether left-handed people die earlier than their right-handed counterparts. Contrary to the highly publicized claims that a statistical shortage of elderly left-handers in the population means that left-handers die earlier, the UCLA study suggests that there is no significant difference in the death rates of the two groups.
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