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  • Letter: Frustration can now be walked off

    According to the figures cited in a July 27, Los Angeles Times' report, “The changing face of immigration,” it could be said that we're ingesting significantly misleading images depicting this migrant crisis, along with their verbal commentaries — i.e. regarding the true age and gender of the majority of the Central American migrants currently streaming across our southern border. Because they're not mostly little kids aged 12 and younger, after all. Rather, as the article's figures indicate, only about 16% of those apprehended so far this year fall into that age range. Eighty-four percent are 13- to 17-year-olds. Furthermore, as the article's between-the-lines figures reveal, most of this latter age group's members are 16 to 17 years of age, and most of them are boys. These “boys” are, therefore, on the cusp of young manhood, and, if not promptly sent back home, may soon be out competing with U.S. citizens and legal immigrants for our lowest-paying jobs.
  • Letter: Hatred of the U.S. is a form of free speech

    Re: “Read On: The U.S. needs to do right thing on immigration,” Aug. 2. Ray Richmond, a columnist for the Glendale News-Press, wrote about the current illegal immigration problem on our southern border. Below are the actual words from...

    Read On: The U.S. needs to do right thing on immigration

    Read On: The U.S. needs to do right thing on immigration
    I can remember while growing up that I always thought America was the good guys. Not the ones who locked our borders and tossed away the key — "Sorry, you're too late, country's closed. Try again next century." Not the ones who justified torture....

    Intersections: Sweetness bears fruit in an ancient land

    Intersections: Sweetness bears fruit in an ancient land
    In the summer in Armenia, fruit is a part of my daily life. I think about how it tastes, how long it lasts, where the best open air markets are located across the city to acquire the freshest of berries and apricots, and how many varieties of mulberries I...

    Letter: Charter school isn't the best route

    The June 14 edition of the News-Press reported a decision of the Burbank Unified School District to approve a charter school designed specifically for Armenian students. The same edition carried an editorial questioning the advisability of such a...