Editorial: New School Year, New School Board, New Attitudes
Sept. 2006: Editorial: Some Free Advice On Televising School Board Meetings
Aug. 2006: Editorial: If Sac'to Dems Kill "No Net Increase" Bill, Voters Should Kill Port Expansion Bond
Aug. 2006: Editorial: Stopping Dems Who Stop Lowenthal Port Bills
Aug. 2006: Editorial: Vandals Prefer LB Because...
Aug. 2006: Editorial: FY 07 Mgmt-Mayor Proposed Budget: DOA On Police
Aug. 2006: Editorial: Calling A Tail A Leg
CounterPunch: Yes On Vice Mayor Lowenthal's Worker Comp Claim
July 2006: Editorial: Public Office, Public Documents, Public Rights
July 2006: Guest Opinion: Pine Ave. Pioneer John Morris On What's Needed In Closing Pine Ave. To Cruisers
July 2006: Editorial: An Approaching Mushroom Harvest
July 2006: Editorial: Unsustainable Spending, Unavoidable Consequences
July 2006: Editorial: Assessing LB's Property Values
July 2006: Editorial: Avoiding a Trainwreck At The Airport
July 2006: Perspective: Who Celebrated Mayor O'Neill's Tenure
July 2006: Perspective: Mayor O'Neill...In Her Own Words
July 2006: Editorial: Inviting A Tea Party
July 2006: Photo Editorial: On July 4, Whom Do You Respect More?
July 2006: Editorial: Respecting Democracy In ELB's Fifth Council District
June 2006: Editorial: Reverse the "Golden Handshake"
June 2006: Editorial: Fairness Flouted
June 20: The City Council has voted 7-0 to reappoint Parks & Rec Commissioner Harry Saltzgaver to another term along with all of Mayor O'Neill's choices for Charter Commissions.
June 2006: Editorial: No On This Commissioner
June 2006: Perspective: Redevelopment Agency Schedules First Annual Town Hall...While We Say City Hall Pursues "Stealth Lobbying" Against Eminent Domain/Redevelopment Reform
June 2006: Editorial: A Fire Bell In The Night At The Airport
June 2006: Editorial: Common Ground At The Airport
June 2006: Editorial: Your Home Is Their Castle
May 2006: Guest Opinion: Private and Public Sector Unions Are Not Equal
May 2006: Perspective: House-Passed "SAFE Port" Act Neuters Local Control, Gives DC Control & Industry Interests Clout In Mandated Protocols Favoring Swift Return To Trade After Terrorist Attack
March 2006: Editorial: Flunking First Amendment At School Board Candidates Forum...And Fixing It; Update: Includes statement by LB League of Women Voters rep Bea Antenore
March 2006: Editorial: Don't Mark Your Absentee Ballot Yet
March 2006: Redeeming A School Board Election Trashed
Feb. 2006: Editorial: An Election Scoffed, Voters, Taxpayers, Schoolchildren Scorned
Feb. 2006: Wanted: Councilmembers Who'll Show LB Laws Are Not For Sale
Feb. 2006: Editorial: Public Deserves Real-Time, Not Bureaucratically Neutered Pollution Data
Jan. 2006: Editorial: LB's Unmentionable Crime Stats
Jan. 2006: Editorial: Unplugging LB's Taxpayer-Milking Machine
Dec. 2005: Editorial: LB's Laws Are Not For Sale
Dec. 2005: Editorial: Junket First, Council Business Second, As Stealth Lobbying Continues Against Eminent Domain Reforms
Nov. 2005: Appreciation: A Better Balance For Long Beach
Nov. 2005: Editorial: Port of LB's Stealth Lobbying Provides More Reasons For An Elected, Recallable Harbor Commission
Nov. 2005: Yes on Prop 77, And...
Oct. 2005: Editorial: Propagandizing At Public Expense
Oct. 2005: Questions Appropriate, Answers Needed, About Airport "Economic Impact" Report
Sept. 2005: Editorial: Well Done -- City Hall LNG Report Faces Tough Grader In Sac'to...Which Cites It To Feds
Sept. 2005: Editorial: Comparison
Sept. 2005: Editorial: An Unbalanced Budget
Sept. 2005: Editorial: "High-Consequence, Low Probability"
Aug. 2005: Editorial: Stopping Stealth Advocacy On Eminent Domain
Aug. 2005: Guest Op-Ed: Eminent Despotism (Author: State Sen. Tom McClintock
Aug. 2005: Editorial: Thank You, PoLB
Aug. 2005: Editorial: No To Political Butt-Covering, Buck-Passing On LNG
Aug. 2005: Editorial: Pork Chop
Aug. 2005: Editorial: Invoke The Contract; Put LB City Hall's DC Lobbying Contract Out To Bid
Aug. 2005: Editorial: No To Political Butt-Covering, Buck-Passing On LNG
July 2005: Opinion/Editorial Forecast: September 2008: LB Celebrates Designation As Federal Right Of Way
June 2005: Editorial: A Respectable, Not Rubberstamp, Hearing For Mayor's Harbor Nominee
June 2005: Editorial: Mayor's Mushroom Maneuver Re Port Post Requires Principled Council Response, Not Rubberstamp
June 2005: Editorial: 8-1, Not 5-4
June 2005: Editorial: "Independent Study" Of LB Redevelopment Is Up...and Redevelopment's Time Is Up
May 2005: Editorial: "Chicago By The Sea"
April 2005: Guest Op-Ed: Pressburg: More Police, Now
April 2005: Digital Editorial Cartoon: City of LB Advocacy 2003-2005 Re Proposed Port LNG Terminal
April 2005: LNG Fed'l Fiasco Calls For Rethinking Poisoned PoLB Pork...And Those Who Sell It
April 2005: Editorial: For A Better LB Summer, Without Getting Burned
March 2005: Editorial: Stopping the Poisoned Pork
March 2005: Editorial: No More Excuses: Council Should Tell Port: Commit To No Net Increase In Pollution Or We Won't Support Fed'l Projects That Increase Your Capacity
March 2005: Editorial: Outting The Queen Mary's Chambermaids
March 2005: Editorial: On Public Health & Safety, A Council That Is Master, Not Servant, Of Its Port
March 2005: Editorial: Bravo, Chief Batts...Now, For The Council On Public Safety...
Jan. 2005: Editorial: More Cogs in the Airport Terminal Machinery
Jan. 2005: Editorial: The Airport
Jan. 2005: Guest Opinion: Proposition 13 Has Saved Local Government
Jan. 2005: Editorial: A $200 Million Blank Check That Risks Expanding Redevelopment
Jan. 2005: Editorial: The Council's Rightful Role Re The Mayor's "State of the City"
Dec. 2004: Editorial: Redevelopment
Dec. 2004: News / Perspective: Awakening A Sleeping Giant: LB Activists Vow To Empower Nuisance & Crime-Impacted Neighborhood And Hold City Hall Accountable
Nov. 2004: Editorial: Open This Meeting
Oct. 2004: No To A CVB Bailout, Because...
Oct. 2004: NO On Measure A (County Sales Tax Increase): It Holds Public Safety Hostage And Doesn't Guarantee One Add'l Police Officer
Sept. 2004: Editorial: Saying "No" To Port Expansion
Aug. 2004: As We Begin Our Fifth Year
July 2004: Guest Op-Ed: Good Policy Or Royal Pain? LB Reps. Vote to Deny Financial Aid to Saudis
July 2004: Editorial: A Vote Not Worth a Bucket Of Warm S#it?
July 2004: Editorial: Auditing Animal Control, Omitting Animals
July 2004: Editorial: Chumps?
July 2004: Editorial: No On Kell For Vice Mayor
June 2004: Editorial Photo: Pike @ Rainbow Harbor, June 2004
June 2004: Editorial: Biting Back: Our Suggestions Re WNV in LB
June, 2004: Editorial: Rae Gabelich For 8th district Council Because...
May 2004: Editorial: Not in Long Beach's Name
April 2004: The Ruling Class
April 2004: Editorial: Rubber Words?
April 2004: Editorial: The Consent of the Governed
April 2004: Analysis/Perspective: The Mayor's Letter: The Power of Myth
April 2004: Reports Of Her Death Greatly Exaggerated, Parts of Her Story Not Told
Mar. 2004: Editorial: No on 56
Feb. 2004: Editorial: Traci Wilson-Kleekamp: An Appreciation
Feb. 2004: Not a Shortfall, Not a Surprise
Feb. 2004: Funding Cops vs. Fiddling At Gang Summit
Jan. 2004: Editorial: Queen Mary Iceberg, Titanic Course
Jan. 2004: Editorial: Letting The Sunshine In At City Hall
Jan. 2004: Editorial: Click to See Our Opinion Of City Council's Recent Action On Public Safety
Jan. 2004: Editorial: Councilman Carroll, Public Words, Public Votes And Public Safety
Dec. 2003: Editorial: Memory Hole In Management Budget Memo
Dec. 2003: Editorial: Stopping $130,000 in Wasteful Words, Giving Taxpayers Needed Police
Dec. 2003: Editorial: Charlie Brown, Lucy and the Football...Again
Nov. 2003: Digital Editorial Cartoon:
Bad Dream Prevented: ECOC in Stearns Park
Oct. 2003: Editorial Reply: Gene Lassers, Leader In Independent Citizens Task Force on the Boeing Project (PacifiCenter), Replies To LBReport.com Editorial
Sept. 2003: Editorial: Thank You, Chief Batts
Sept. 2003: Editorial: An Accident Waiting To Happen
Sept. 2003: Editorial: The Mushroom Treatment (a continuing series): Drawing the Line @ LBUSD
Sept. 2003: Editorial: An Asteroid Budget
August 2003: Pictorial / Perspective: Lt. Gov. Bustamante's Long Beach/CA Coastal Legacy
Aug. 2003: If Those Opposing PacifiCenter Can't Answer This Question, Be Concerned
July, 2003: Showing What The Council's Voted Word Is Worth
July 2003: Solvency, Sloganeering and the Sounds of Silence
June 2003: Editorial: Speak Up, Council: Don't Be Cowed By Sacred Cows
June 2003"Editorial: Re LGB, Where Is That Report?
June 2003: Editorial: Censure Kell
June 2003: Editorial/Photo Essay: Cantrell Park
May 2003: Diana's Map, Rae's Map
May 2003: Editorial Challenge: Help Identify LB's Enablers Of These Fine Messes
May 2003: News/Perspective: Sounds of Silence: Read Transcript of Council Action On Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal (MOU for discussions of future long-term gas contract and feasibility of gas pipelines to proposed LNG facility & to facilitate marketing potential of LNG facility @ LB)
May 2003: Opinion: Some "Speak Out" Comments on LB Airport The PT Didn't Print
May 2003: Editorial: FAA v. LB
April 2003: 710 Fwy. "Mushroom Treatment" Merits State Law Requiring Web Posting For Impt. Gov't Reports
Mar. 2003: Senator Karnette's Execrable Vote, City Hall's Excellent Opposition, PT Editorial's Exclusions
Feb. 2003: How To Handle A Council That Paved A Beach, Erased Park Land...And Is Now Expanding The Airport
Feb. 2003: Digital Editorial Cartoon: Possible Future Result Of Feb. 18 Council Hearing To Expand Airport-Related Parking Eastward To Clark Ave. @ Conant St. On Part Of Veterans Stadium Lot?
Jan. 2003: Con The Constituents, Ready the Recalls
Jan. 2003: The Hobbs Report...and the Real State of the City
Jan. 2003: City Hall Turns Public Property At LB's MacArthur Park Into West Coast Version of 70's Graffiti Marked NY Subway Train; What Giuliani Stopped, O'Neill's Council Allows, Inflicting Double-Standard On Central LB Neighborhood
Jan. 2003: Regarding Press-Telegram Editorial: "Two Kinds of Graffiti"
Dec. 2002: Editorial: A Park Shrinks in LB
Nov. 2002: Not Going Gently Into That Long, Dark Night
Oct. 2002: Put the Airport In Prime Time; We've Outgrown Packed, Puerile "Airport Advisory Commission"
Sept. 2002: L.A. County Board of Supervisors OKs Motion by Knabe & Antonovich Supporting LB City Council's Resolution Urging Use of Outlying Airports With Underutilized Capacity As Alternative To Increasing Flights At LB Airport
Sept. 2002: Baker, Lowenthal, Lerch Help Restore Democracy and Balance...While Colonna, Carroll & O'Neill Become Part of the Problem and Part of the Past
August, 2002: Ending LB School Board's "Mushroom Treatment": Show Us Your Meetings
July, 2002: Editorial: Where Is That Report the Council Requested Over Two Months Ago on LB Airport's Environmental & Other Issues?
April, 2002: Open Letter From a 6th District Resident To Councilwoman Laura Richardson-Batts
Feb. 2002: LB Parks: Iron Bulldozers, Rubber Words
Mar. 2002: Ballot Recommendation: No On Property Tax Hike Measure E
Oct. 2000: QW Bay Fiasco Gives LB Opportunity; Here's Our Plan
Sept., 2000: CVB: Not Minor, Not Easily Correctable
August, 2000: PT "Geezer" Epithet: Beneath LB
August, 2000: Dennis Carroll: Committed Candidate, Credulous Councilman
OPINIONS -- GUEST
Aug. 2000: Ann Cantrell: Death by a Thousand Cuts