Author John Motter
Right-wing groups showed up outside a GUSD meeting to express bigotry, chase around pro-Pride protesters, and threaten teachers.
A chain of anti-LGBTQ+ activity at Saticoy Elementary School built to a rally organized on June 2, leaving parents and LGBTQ+ advocates fearing for the safety of the students.
Despite feigned media shock about them being in Los Angeles, antisemites have been here for a while. The community — not the police — is going to get rid of them.
The way federal police under a Democratic administration violently suppressed a pro-abortion protest could be chilling foreshadowing.
After a year of constituents demanding COVID relief, Mayor Garcetti and Governor Newsom announce LA is getting a Space Force station.
The LA Mayor says we’re “in this together” but remains disconnected from community organizers.
At a campaign debate, incumbent David Ryu repeatedly (and dishonestly) denigrated the DSA, Ground Game LA, and his opponent Nithya Raman.
Die Hard isn’t a Christmas movie, it’s pro police propaganda.
Now seems as good a time as any to evaluate our spending priorities.
If there’s one thing city hall hates more than having to do their job, it’s having to see their constituents while doing it.
So KDL is running for Senate. People should vote for him. Mostly because he isn’t Dianne Feinstein.
Is he the hero that LA needs? The hero LA deserves? Neither???
Hollywood Boulevard is shut down again for yet another premiere. But who's forced out to let that happen?
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's PR tour hits Los Angeles.
Would it help if people understood that the oppression of unhoused residents in LA is largely rooted in racism and homophobia?
Cops are getting your money again.
Hey kids! If I know high schoolers, there’s nothing they enjoy more during the summer months than SAT prep questions.
Want to know how good it’s gonna get? Well, here’s my vision for all the wonderful things to come:
Hopefully it won’t take half of the city getting kicked to the curb to start mobilizing a critical mass of residents to action.