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Ted Rall

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  • How much good will urban water cuts do?

    How much good will urban water cuts do?

    To the editor: I agree with Nathanael Johnson that it's time to stop approaching the conversation about water use as one about "farms versus cities," but for reasons different than his. Finger-pointing simply misses the point. ("In the water crisis, it's time to move beyond the farms vs. cities...

  • Late thrill seeker Dean Potter draws readers' wrath and admiration

    Late thrill seeker Dean Potter draws readers' wrath and admiration

    Our letter writers tend to be at their least sympathetic reacting to high-profile tragedies in which the people who died or were injured put themselves at risk. Last year, for example, few writers spared their criticism of the five Orange County teenagers who died early one morning after a night...

  • Forecasting the outcome of Bush vs. Clinton

    To the editor: Jonah Goldberg's keen insights into the problems facing Republican Jeb Bush's presidential candidacy overlook a thorny good news, bad news dilemma for the GOP, one that will persist so long as Hillary Rodham Clinton remains the presumptive Democratic nominee. ("Jeb Bush has bigger...

  • Low pay is but one problem in L.A.'s business climate

    To the editor: As a second-generation owner of a business that has operated in Los Angeles for more than 40 years, I support higher wages for my hardworking employees. However, we compete with several companies located in federal minimum wage states or Mexico. How will the city protect a company...

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