There is hope. Not a lot of hope, but it exists. An organization called “Citizens Against Violent Crime” has filed a new initiative titled “The Three Strikes Act of 2000.” The initiative’s goal is to change California’s three strikes law so that it would only apply to violent and/or serious felonies. Finally! Some people have […]
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In the most recent United States Reading Test, the nation’s most populous state, California, ranked second to last among 39 other states. The rankings, which were revealed two weeks ago, were based on a new federal assessment test of fourth grade students.
I am writing in response to last week’s column, “Bilingual advantages immeasurable,” written by Angelica Martinez. It seems as though Miss Martinez has a strong opinion about the issue of bilingual education being incorporated into California school systems, but I hate to differ.
A recent finding says that in California, the population considered the “majority” has now become a minority. The population of English speakers has just been outnumbered by the Hispanic community, which primarily speaks Spanish.
Simply thinking of eating horse meat makes me sick. Most likely, I will never try a bite of it in my entire life, but it is in no way my right to tell someone else what kind of animal meat they should or should not eat.