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This past September, old politics and new ideas were questioned by the moderators and student participants in a Culver City Council Candidates Youth Forum. Among those old politics was a question to Mayor Goran Eriksson about the 2017 Senate...
Another Way Forward or More of the Same? Tonight the Culver City Council will hear the results of the Public Safety Task Force Review and the City Manager will give recommendations as a result of the staff report. The full...
I am running for Culver City Council because our community deserves a local government that shares our values of equity and inclusion. It is time for our city to center equity in every policy and budget decision. My vision is...
UCLA’s Criminal Justice Program Finds That Culver City Police Department Salaries are Much Higher Than Salaries of Other Law Enforcement Agencies in Los Angeles County and of Other Culver City Employees A significant portion of Culver City Police Department (CCPD)...
Growing up white in the suburbs of Chicago and Orange County, CA, then spending my adult life in Los Angeles, I have had minimal experience with the police and have felt relatively safe around them. I’ve received a few...
Recently released campaign finance documents make it clearer than ever that Measure B is built on deception and powered by huge landlord donations.  Measure B is a Culver City-specific item on the November ballot. If passed, it...
First stop: The post where I remind you why Trump is not only bad for America, he’s the worst. (Next stop: Local Culver City elections, where even if everybody knows...
When the Democrats took over the House in 2018, Congress was transformed into one of the most historically diverse congressional bodies of all time. Forward to 2020, records continue to be broken...
I was flattered to be recognized by the CCPOA for my articles exposing the lies, bloated budget and murdering cops within the ranks of the Culver City Police Department. I especially liked the picture of me they...
Lea este artículo en Español. In the usual telling of it, the Los Angeles basin of the mid-20th-century was paradise of open spaces and...