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Op-Ed: Hey Los Angeles: More public restrooms, please!

By Stephen Cooper I have to pee. But I can hold it; thank you, God! I can hold it until I get there, and everything will be fine. ...

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Op-Ed: Concerning Our Endless Quest for Self-Improvement

By Stephen A. Cooper, Esq. To counterbalance the competitive pace of the digital age, and the cacophony of self-help gurus—always more voluble at the start of a new ...

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Women Surviving the Streets

By Arnold Burgos On February 17, 2017, an unnamed homeless woman was found lifeless in the doorway of a Mission Life Church in Fresno California. Her lifeless body ...

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