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OPINION
March 9, 1997
The Lincoln Bedroom may not be for sale but the Oval Office is. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1997
Spring forward. Fall back. Why can't we just stay with one or the other and be standard all the time? LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1995
Now that daylight saving time is here, let's forget "spring forward, fall back"; let's just stay put. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
OPINION
March 9, 1997
The Lincoln Bedroom may not be for sale but the Oval Office is. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1991
It's foolish to even think about recalling Mayor Tom Bradley. He wouldn't be in the country for the vote. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1995
The President's budget proposal 2005 (June 14) sends a clear message to his fellow Democrats: To hell with the party; it's everyone for themselves. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 1997
Noncitizens voting? Big deal! At least they voted, which is more than you can say about more than half of the citizens who could. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1992
The one thing that the city of Los Angeles, the California economy, the Dodgers and the Raiders have in common is that the only way they have to go is up. LARRY BRIGGS, 29 Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1993
Now that he's sent an additional 5,300 military to Somalia, the next best thing President Clinton can do is not visit the troops at Thanksgiving or Christmas. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1992
House Speaker Tom Foley will give Clinton a line item veto in return for only a 50% vote necessary to override a veto. That means since the Republicans don't have 50% in either house, Clinton could veto all the Republican line items and not have to worry about an override. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 1997
Noncitizens voting? Big deal! At least they voted, which is more than you can say about more than half of the citizens who could. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
MAGAZINE
August 6, 1995
The most awesome aspect of Miguel Gandert's photographs in Jeff Wheelwright's "The Endless Fascination With Ground Zero" (June 25) is that green shrubs and clumps of grass are growing there only 50 years after the first atomic explosion. Nature has a way of repairing the mistakes of humans. Larry Briggs Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1995
The President's budget proposal 2005 (June 14) sends a clear message to his fellow Democrats: To hell with the party; it's everyone for themselves. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1993
Now that he's sent an additional 5,300 military to Somalia, the next best thing President Clinton can do is not visit the troops at Thanksgiving or Christmas. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1992
House Speaker Tom Foley will give Clinton a line item veto in return for only a 50% vote necessary to override a veto. That means since the Republicans don't have 50% in either house, Clinton could veto all the Republican line items and not have to worry about an override. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1992
The one thing that the city of Los Angeles, the California economy, the Dodgers and the Raiders have in common is that the only way they have to go is up. LARRY BRIGGS, 29 Palms
MAGAZINE
August 6, 1995
The most awesome aspect of Miguel Gandert's photographs in Jeff Wheelwright's "The Endless Fascination With Ground Zero" (June 25) is that green shrubs and clumps of grass are growing there only 50 years after the first atomic explosion. Nature has a way of repairing the mistakes of humans. Larry Briggs Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1991
It's foolish to even think about recalling Mayor Tom Bradley. He wouldn't be in the country for the vote. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
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