ElectionsVote Alan Ferdman’s bid for election to the Santa Clarita City Hall rests on a record of consistency for community service.  He has been an active director of the Canyon Country Advisory Co(more..)


ElectionsVote Here is our community friend Cameron Smyth, after years now out of his term-limited time as the Santa Clarita area assembly representative, happily able to be well inside the private sector and out of(more..)


ElectionsVote I was homeless once.  Now that I’ve caught your attention, let me explain the circumstances.  I wanted to do research for a series of both journalistic and literary stories I was plann(more..)


ElectionsVote Think about it. What do the former star pro football quarterbacks Dan Marino and Doug Flutie and the Hollywood stars Robert De Niro and Aidan Quinn and Sylvester Stallone and John Travolta all ha(more..)


ElectionsVote It is all too common that when a very good person dies – even an historical icon – we spend a day summarizing the person so we can then go on to other subjects.  Nobel-Prize winning h(more..)


ElectionsVote It was the morning of 47 years ago this past July 20, Cape Kennedy, Florida.  A mosaic of assorted Americans was spread out around the cars and the vans that had started parking there the previou(more..)


ElectionsVote Hello Jared Goff.  Welcome to L.A.  You are probably used to the fact that you are now the most bally-hood person to enter the city of angels since Marilyn Monroe was first photographed here(more..)


ElectionsVote There are people today who talk about a new American Revolution, and they are not from just one band of the political spectrum.  They include unsatisfied Bernie people as well as unsatisfied Dona(more..)


ElectionsVote It was probably a very good thing that the Civil War taught America a hard lesson about the importance of a university education for an American officer and a gentleman. You are probably too young to(more..)


ElectionsVote It doesn’t take much time in a high school classroom these days to see that there is something very new and therefore very odd going on.  In fact, for maybe up to half of the classroom time(more..)