Category Archives: Los Angeles

Why The Rise In Jewish Private Schooling In Los Angeles?

Steve Sailer writes: A number of years ago during a Boy Scout event, I was surprised to find in my neighborhood a quite large Jewish private elementary school that had so many students that it had 23 Cub Scouts moving … Continue reading

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LA Earthquake Risk

Steve Sailer writes: This bill, at least in its original form, would have legalized a lot of 8-story buildings along Ventura Blvd. in the SF Valley, which might be a good idea, except much of the north side of Ventura … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Rabbi Menachem Weiss Charged in 1999 Woodcliff Lake Sexual Assault of Boy

I remember Menachem Weiss (his father was a big rabbi in the San Fernando Valley and Ohio and Miami Beach and has about 15 kids) as a rabbi at Nessah synagogue in Beverly Hills. He seemed a jolly and hands-on … Continue reading

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Shot in the Dark (2017)

This is the first reality show I’ve watched. It’s mesmerizing and beautifully shot. It has the production values of a movie and it’s a wonderful way to see Los Angeles at night. It’s a reality show version of the film … Continue reading

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LAT: ‘How Hitler’s fascism almost took hold in Los Angeles’

Pat Morrison writes: Hiler didn’t have to set foot out of Germany for his malign plans to be felt beyond the Reich’s borders — even here in Los Angeles. Through the depths of the Depression right into World War II, … Continue reading

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