Susan Shelley, Daily Breeze

Susan Shelley

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Southern California, CA, United States

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Past articles by Susan:

The censorship-industrial-complex must be broken

And with good reason. → Read More

Susan Shelley: Will the victims of draconian COVID policies ever get an apology?

“Tinhorn Flats is thoroughly crushed, and the rubble is a warning to all who would dare to challenge unreasonable government restrictions,” writes columnist Susan Shelley. → Read More

The woke censors come after Willy Wonka and James Bond

Censorship is bad enough, but now the censors imagine themselves to be writers. → Read More

Los Angeles Metro is a crime-infested train wreck

It’s time to allow, or require, law enforcement and social services agencies to do the jobs they’re paid to do. Make Metro Metro again. → Read More

Susan Shelley: Stop Sacramento from overriding local control over planning and zoning

Not everyone thinks it’s a good idea to use state force against cities and prevent local communities from approving new developments, argues Susan Shelley. → Read More

Susan Shelley: It’s time for Americans to be honest about a certain sketchy president – Orange County Register

It’s very disappointing, but it has to be faced. → Read More

Stop holding all Angelenos hostage to the homelessness crisis

Let me see if I can make this printable in a family newspaper. → Read More

Corruption thrives in a one-party state

In May 2006, Dick Simpson, a longtime fixture in and around Chicago politics, wrote a paper titled “From Daley to Daley: Chicago Politics from 1995-2006.” Simpson, who was then a professor in the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, wrote that he was working on a book that would describe “the last of the great urban political machines in America and the… → Read More

The fence around Echo Park Lake will come down, but the homelessness crisis endures

The flawed premise here is that “homelessness” is the result of high housing costs. → Read More

Gavin Newsom’s anti-Second Amendment rhetoric is career suicide for a wannabe president – Orange County Register

The governor seems anxious to be seen as a warrior against the Second Amendment → Read More

Americans deserve the truth about the overcounting of COVID-19 deaths

We need the whole truth. Let it come out. → Read More

Can President Biden get away with it?

Is it a scandal, or is it nothing? → Read More

José Huizar pleaded guilty. Is this as high as public corruption in Los Angeles goes?

The U.S. Department of Justice invites tips from the public about public corruption in Los Angeles. Email or call (310) 477-6565. Be patient. As you can see, they’re swam… → Read More

Russiagate, Democrats’ favorite conspiracy theory, continues to fall apart – Orange County Register

“It’s over, you nitwits,” wrote independent journalist Matt Taibbi on his Substack, TK News. Taibbi was addressing his remarks to “the corporate press” and lamenting that the country is so “paralyzed by distrust of media that it prevents real dialogue.” He wrote that the situation “can’t be resolved until the corporate press swallows its pride and admits the clock has finally run out on its… → Read More

If Metro doesn’t know how to spend your money, it’s time to take some of that money back

I’m declaring war on bureaucracies that collect endless truckloads of your money and use a share of it to figure out how to get even more of your money. → Read More

The suppression of inconvenient truths about COVID on Twitter

Pfizer and the White House engaged in behind-the-scenes efforts to pressure social media companies into censoring truthful information about COVID-19 and vaccines. → Read More

Rep. Adam Schiff’s un-American effort to silence critics on Twitter – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Thanks to the Twitter files, we know one thing for certain: Schiff’s office didn’t want anybody to talk about it. → Read More

What the speakership fight is really all about

If there’s still no speaker of the House by the time you read this, have patience. Some wars just have to be fought. → Read More

Federal agents run amok across Southern California

These abuses of Americans’ constitutional rights should not be happening. It’s fortunate for the country that some in Congress who understand this will soon have gavels and subpoena power. → Read More

The shameful suppression of pandemic public policy dissidents

If we heard it once, we heard it a thousand times. “The science says…” “The data show…” “The experts agree…” Now we know that the government took secret action to muscle social media companies into censoring and banning highly credentialed and respected medical and scientific experts, as well as anyone who cited or shared their views. That’s the latest revelation from the Twitter Files, internal… → Read More