Rep. Davis, Houston and Tax Reform

By: Hank Adler As the waters slowly recede in Houston and the reality of a Noah’s Ark level flood becomes a day to day living reality, the rebuilding of Houston will and must begin. Houses must be rebuilt, houses must be repaired, mold and other hazards that come with wet walls must be eliminated and…

Truth of University Housing Segregation Leaks Out

By:    Hank Adler After writing a piece in a local newspaper in California discussing three in-state universities who are facilitating and promoting segregation in student housing, it was fascinating to watch my e-mail and my Facebook page. Uniformly, virtually no one was aware that universities were promoting segregated housing. Uniformly, no one indicated they thought…

Trump: Republican/Electable?

By:   Hank Adlet “Ronald Reagan is another example. He is so smooth and so effective as a performer that he completely won over the American people. Only now, nearly seven years later, are people beginning to question whether there’s anything beneath that smile.” The author of this quote is Donald Trump. It can be…

Minimum Wage – Except for Union Members

By:  Hank Adler             Last week, the Los Angeles City Council approved an increase in the legally required minimum wage to result in a minimum wage of $15.00 per hour by 2020. During the months preceding the City Council’s decision, the underlying intellectual position in favor of the increase in…