Op/Eds

Just a few of my favorite published Op/Eds. The fact that otherwise reputable newspapers have printed my opinions is clear evidence of the decline of journalism in these United States.

What politicians can’t take from you – your right to carry a gun (archived) Crime in Oakland, California in the wake of the Heller gun ban case (San Francisco Chronicle, June 27, 2008).

Let’s try not releasing inmates until civilized (archived) A modest proposal to require convicted felons to earn their way out of prison (Contra Costa Times, December 1, 2007) .

Al-Qaida eating its own in Middle East infighting (archived) My take on how al Qaida is its own worst enemy. (Contra Costa Times, November 10, 2007)

Papering over crime (archived) Contrasting two news stories which show how government allows violent crime to occur at the expense of the poor (San Francisco Chronicle, June 27, 2007)

Students left defenseless by state law (archived) The Virginia legislature is responsible for 32 dead at VA Tech (San Francisco Chronicle, April 18, 2007)

I ‘hate’ to say I said so … (archived) A post election analysis appearing in the San Francisco Chronicle covering the defeat of John Kerry by the political left. (San Francisco Chronicle, November 4, 2004)

The ‘Bumper Sticker Man’ has surprising statistics An examination of the lack of carnage caused by guns in the United States (Oakland Tribune, September 6, 2001)

Alameda Sun newspaper logoMeasure H Doesn’t Measure Up (archived) A rare local paper OP/ED concerning how a gentle community is being divided by some dishonest school financing (September 11, 2008)

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