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Friday, November 13, 2015

Paris Terrorist Attacks On Friday The 13th; Where Are We Safe?

Paris Terrorist Attacks On Friday The 13th; Where Are We Safe? - Video

The coordinated series of terrorist attacks in Paris are a terrible reminder that we are not safe in any urban area of the World. I am far less interested in who did this than why was it done? What was the point of the massive action? And how can we prevent it in the future. Or can we? God bless Paris.
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Paris Terrorist Attacks On Friday The 13th; Where Are We Safe?

Paris Terrorist Attacks On Friday The 13th; Where Are We Safe? - Video

The coordinated series of terrorist attacks in Paris are a terrible reminder that we are not safe in any urban area of the World. I am far less interested in who did this than why was it done? What was the point of the massive action? And how can we prevent it in the future. Or can we? God bless Paris.
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Green Car Preview: 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show – Green Car Reports

Green Car Preview: 2015 Los Angeles Auto ShowGreen Car ReportsMedia days for the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show begin next week, which means a new round of production and concept cars is about to be revealed. So far, it looks like the Los Angeles show will be a little light on hybrids and plug-in electric […]

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Los Angeles Lakers: The Case For Keeping Byron Scott – Hoops Habit

Los Angeles Lakers: The Case For Keeping Byron ScottHoops HabitNow that reality has set in and the Lakers are off to a 1-7 start, it’s becoming blatantly obvious that all Los Angeles should be competing for is a top draft pick — which makes sense, since their pick goes to the Philadelphia 76ers if it […]

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Request to suspend ban on high-capacity magazines in Los Angeles denied – LA Daily News

Request to suspend ban on high-capacity magazines in Los Angeles deniedLA Daily NewsLOS ANGELES >> Gun users and others in Los Angeles must destroy or get rid of any high-capacity ammunition magazines they have by next week, after a judge today denied a request to suspend a ban of the devices, city officials said. The […]

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The Commission that Shaped the Los Angeles River's Bridges – KCET

The Commission that Shaped the Los Angeles River’s BridgesKCETJune 16, 1933, Milton Coleman, a boy living in East Los Angeles cut a flower chain extending across the brand new Sixth Street Viaduct. As he did, a police band played, flags fluttered in the wind, and crowds cheered as the ribbon fell to the ground … […]

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Leaving New York City Via Penn Station

Leaving New York City Via Penn Station - Video

My trip to New York City via Penn Station and bound for Newark Airport and my United Airlines flight to Atlanta. I love New York!
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Leaving New York City Via Penn Station

Leaving New York City Via Penn Station - Video

My trip to New York City via Penn Station and bound for Newark Airport and my United Airlines flight to Atlanta. I love New York!
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SF Chronicle's Oakland Raiders, Mayor Schaaf Stadium Article Is Classically Bad

SF Chronicle's Oakland Raiders, Mayor Schaaf Stadium Article Is Classically Bad - Video

SF Chronicle's Oakland Raiders, Mayor Schaaf Stadium Article Is Classically Bad The San Francisco Chronicle has contributed to the pool of bad articles full of completely wrong information regarding the financing of sports stadiums (http://ift.tt/1WQfbvJ). The November 12th version would have you believe that a lease revenue bond issue has to be paid back by the public - not only is that not true, but the person sitting next to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf in the photo the SF Chron used was talking to her about the ability to float industrial development lease revenue bond issues, and how such a structure does not place the bond default risk on the public government. That guy was me. Trouble is, the SF Chronicle writer is one who, in 2012, tried to do a very inaccurate piece about the mentioning me while she was with the East Bay Express, and so I told her never to contact me again (http://ift.tt/1iYCpgh) - so it's no wonder she and the photog deliberately failed to mention my name. Too bad personal dislike, and a does of racism on their part, causes bad journalism, but that's the case with the SF Chronicle. Any good journalist, which don't seem to be in abundance with the San Francisco Chronicle, would bother to talk to me (as I advise Schaaf on this matter) do research and learn what I have written for some time: that there are sports stadium deals that have been done and which don't call for a public subsidy or bond default protection by the government. One example is the one done for the stadium for the Houston Texans - the bonds did default and because of the way the deal was written, the City of Houston and Harris County weren't on the hook for the bond defaults. You can also look at the deal for the Carson NFL Stadium, too. The one that the Raiders seem to want to have done is such that no public money has been called for, and Goldman Sachs has said it will cover cost overruns. You'd think any SF Bay Area journalist would have BOTHERED to read the documents associated with that deal, but NO. Lazy, man.
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SF Chronicle's Oakland Raiders, Mayor Schaaf Stadium Article Is Classically Bad

SF Chronicle's Oakland Raiders, Mayor Schaaf Stadium Article Is Classically Bad - Video

The San Francisco Chronicle has contributed to the pool of bad articles full of completely wrong information regarding the financing of sports stadiums (http://ift.tt/1WQfbvJ). The November 12th version would have you believe that a lease revenue bond issue has to be paid back by the public - not only is that not true, but the person sitting next to Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf in the photo the SF Chron used was talking to her about the ability to float industrial development lease revenue bond issues, and how such a structure does not place the bond default risk on the public government. That guy was me. Trouble is, the SF Chronicle writer is one who, in 2012, tried to do a very inaccurate piece about the mentioning me while she was with the East Bay Express, and so I told her never to contact me again (http://ift.tt/1iYCpgh) - so it's no wonder she and the photog deliberately failed to mention my name. Too bad personal dislike, and a does of racism on their part, causes bad journalism, but that's the case with the SF Chronicle. Any good journalist, which don't seem to be in abundance with the San Francisco Chronicle, would bother to talk to me (as I advise Schaaf on this matter) do research and learn what I have written for some time: that there are sports stadium deals that have been done and which don't call for a public subsidy or bond default protection by the government. One example is the one done for the stadium for the Houston Texans - the bonds did default and because of the way the deal was written, the City of Houston and Harris County weren't on the hook for the bond defaults. You can also look at the deal for the Carson NFL Stadium, too. The one that the Raiders seem to want to have done is such that no public money has been called for, and Goldman Sachs has said it will cover cost overruns. You'd think any SF Bay Area journalist would have BOTHERED to read the documents associated with that deal, but NO. Lazy, man.
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