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March 16, 1986
Enough of Nixon. Nixon has as much business giving advice to the American people as has that other unindicted leader, Ferdinand Marcos, advising the people of the Philippines. ROBERT E. FORD La Mesa
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April 16, 1992 | MARK GLADSTONE and KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
One of ABC News' six anonymous sources who have alleged that drugs were used at the Los Angeles home of Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown Jr. while he was governor went public with his accusations Wednesday. Robert E. Ford, now a weapons designer for Rocky Mountain Arms Inc., an arms manufacturer in Longmont, Colo.
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NEWS
April 16, 1992 | MARK GLADSTONE and KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
One of ABC News' six anonymous sources who have alleged that drugs were used at the Los Angeles home of Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown Jr. while he was governor went public with his accusations Wednesday. Robert E. Ford, now a weapons designer for Rocky Mountain Arms Inc., an arms manufacturer in Longmont, Colo.
OPINION
March 16, 1986
Enough of Nixon. Nixon has as much business giving advice to the American people as has that other unindicted leader, Ferdinand Marcos, advising the people of the Philippines. ROBERT E. FORD La Mesa
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1985
Folks in Hollywood knew him as a fellow entertainer and party-goer. They broke bread with him. He was a "nice guy." He played a variety of roles in the make-believe world. Blacklisted. You learned that in real life he played man's most despicable role: informer. Nice going, nice guy! ROBERT E. FORD La Mesa
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 1991
Yes, the failed coup and Boris Yeltsin's heroism were a triumph for freedom and national self-determination. Indeed it was a triumph as great as any in this century. But how hypocritical it is for Margaret Thatcher, former British prime minister, to say that "the lesson of this century is that countries put together artificially will fall apart" and not admit that Northern Ireland is an artificial, contrived entity created by the British in 1920. Just as Soviet troops must leave the Baltics, British troops must leave Irish soil.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1985
A Times editorial (May 20, 1984) hailed the Report of the New Ireland Forum as the "New Course for Ireland which can be ignored by the British government only at great peril." Margaret Thatcher, in a public diatribe, reacted to the report's three proposals, shouting: Out, out, out! Hardly a "new course." A recent editorial (Nov. 19) calls the latest agreement between Thatcher and Garrett FitzGerald, which accords the Irish Republic consultative participation in the affairs of northeast Ireland, "historic," and "a start toward peace."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1987
Your editorial, (May 19), "Mischief in Sacramento," opposes AB 1935, which was introduced by Assemblyman Tom Hayden (D-Santa Monica). This bill would prohibit the investment of state pension funds in American corporations with operations in Northern Ireland that do not adopt the MacBride Principles of Fair Employment. In the years since the British government enacted the Fair Employment (Northern Ireland) Act in 1976, the employment data has remained unchanged. Unemployment among Nationalists is double that among Unionists.
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April 18, 1992 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former California state policeman--a whistle-blower in another major case--has identified himself as the original anonymous source of allegations that Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown Jr. tolerated drug use at his Los Angeles home while he was governor. James C.
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