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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1996
Too bad Ward Connerly doesn't work for Texaco. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
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August 31, 2005
If the LAPD is going to accept recruits who admit to having used marijuana (Aug. 29), it is an absolute moral imperative that the LAPD stop arresting people for using marijuana. It is completely unacceptable for a person to be arrested for something a police officer has done. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
To remind them of their mission, all military personnel should wear a button saying "Make war, not love." MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 2005
In her article about Michael Davidson, the candidate for chairman of the College Republican National Committee ["His Graduate Course in Politics," June 22], Robin Abcarian writes that "Davidson is unafraid to take the battle to the enemy." Here's a neat idea: Why don't Michael Davidson and all his 120,000 colleagues postpone their educations for a couple of years and enlist in the armed forces? Surely that would be the best way for these patriotic whippersnappers to show their support for their president and their country.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1996
The revelations of misuse of FBI files by the White House is one more piece of evidence of what we liberals have known all along: Bill Clinton is a Republican. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 2005
In her article about Michael Davidson, the candidate for chairman of the College Republican National Committee ["His Graduate Course in Politics," June 22], Robin Abcarian writes that "Davidson is unafraid to take the battle to the enemy." Here's a neat idea: Why don't Michael Davidson and all his 120,000 colleagues postpone their educations for a couple of years and enlist in the armed forces? Surely that would be the best way for these patriotic whippersnappers to show their support for their president and their country.
OPINION
August 31, 2005
If the LAPD is going to accept recruits who admit to having used marijuana (Aug. 29), it is an absolute moral imperative that the LAPD stop arresting people for using marijuana. It is completely unacceptable for a person to be arrested for something a police officer has done. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 1989
Of course, Bruce Springsteen--whose obsessively micro-managed career is directed by former rock critics--will be inducted into the Hall of Fame: The bulk of the votes are cast by industry businessmen who hold the Springsteen organization in awe and by critics who are all too easily manipulated by their former peers. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1989
Your article "Court Returns to Abortion, Other Issues" (Part I, Oct. 2) states "(Justice Antonin) Scalia, a forceful and impatient intellectual, urged his conservative colleagues to take an activist approach toward protecting business and economic interests." It's interesting that conservatives have no problem with "judicial activism" when done on behalf of wealthy, white, Christian males, but call it abhorrent when done on behalf of the majority of Americans. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 1992
Hilburn mentions Pete Townshend and the Who almost as many times as he does Bruce What's-iz-name. Knowledgeable rock fans everywhere would like to thank The Times for giving Hilburn, in these tough times, a raise large enough to enable him to buy a hearing aid so he no longer has to rely exclusively on lyric sheets to determine his opinions. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 2005 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Michael Davidson, Republican of Berkeley, is standing in the circular, two-story foyer of a Mediterranean dream home in a gated neighborhood in Laguna Niguel, sounding every bit like a headliner at a political fundraiser -- which he is. Davidson, 25, is running for chairman of the College Republican National Committee, a powerful grass-roots organization with thousands of members and a multimillion-dollar budget.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
To remind them of their mission, all military personnel should wear a button saying "Make war, not love." MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1996
Too bad Ward Connerly doesn't work for Texaco. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1996
The revelations of misuse of FBI files by the White House is one more piece of evidence of what we liberals have known all along: Bill Clinton is a Republican. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Long Beach
ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 1992
Hilburn mentions Pete Townshend and the Who almost as many times as he does Bruce What's-iz-name. Knowledgeable rock fans everywhere would like to thank The Times for giving Hilburn, in these tough times, a raise large enough to enable him to buy a hearing aid so he no longer has to rely exclusively on lyric sheets to determine his opinions. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1989
Your article "Court Returns to Abortion, Other Issues" (Part I, Oct. 2) states "(Justice Antonin) Scalia, a forceful and impatient intellectual, urged his conservative colleagues to take an activist approach toward protecting business and economic interests." It's interesting that conservatives have no problem with "judicial activism" when done on behalf of wealthy, white, Christian males, but call it abhorrent when done on behalf of the majority of Americans. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1988
Something is radically wrong in our society when Snyder is drawn and quartered for stating opinions that at worst are described as controversial and naive, while Coretta Scott King appears in public with President Ronald Reagan, a man who by word, deed, appointment and nomination has shown himself to be the antithesis of everything her husband, Dr. King, lived, worked and died for. It seems as though the triumph of style over substance is nearly...
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 2005 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Michael Davidson, Republican of Berkeley, is standing in the circular, two-story foyer of a Mediterranean dream home in a gated neighborhood in Laguna Niguel, sounding every bit like a headliner at a political fundraiser -- which he is. Davidson, 25, is running for chairman of the College Republican National Committee, a powerful grass-roots organization with thousands of members and a multimillion-dollar budget.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 1989
Of course, Bruce Springsteen--whose obsessively micro-managed career is directed by former rock critics--will be inducted into the Hall of Fame: The bulk of the votes are cast by industry businessmen who hold the Springsteen organization in awe and by critics who are all too easily manipulated by their former peers. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1988
Something is radically wrong in our society when Snyder is drawn and quartered for stating opinions that at worst are described as controversial and naive, while Coretta Scott King appears in public with President Ronald Reagan, a man who by word, deed, appointment and nomination has shown himself to be the antithesis of everything her husband, Dr. King, lived, worked and died for. It seems as though the triumph of style over substance is nearly...
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