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Jun 11
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The Homeless - Hobos, Tramps And Bums

They have all been around for what seems like forever and are all technically homeless.  The homeless problem in America is not new.In the age of political correctness, even the panhandler on the street corner may get offended if you call him a bum when he considers himself a hobo or a tramp. There are definite differences in the…See More
Mar 17
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San Pedro Citizen Guard

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Mar 10
Lee Dworshak posted a blog post

The Homeless - Hobos, Tramps And Bums

They have all been around for what seems like forever and are all technically homeless.  The homeless problem in America is not new.In the age of political correctness, even the panhandler on the street corner may get offended if you call him a bum when he considers himself a hobo or a tramp. There are definite differences in the…See More
Mar 6
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Jan 3
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United We Stand - Divided We Fall

The disjunctive Facebook rantings I’ve read this week between what are apparently rival support groups involved in improving the quality of life in San Pedro serve no useful purpose. Serving food to the homeless in a park is now a bad thing?Were there permits issued for the function; probably not.  Did the organizers provide clean up of the park afterwards?  Maybe they did, maybe they didn’t.  I don’t know the real answers to any of these questions.So what if they didn’t get permits, so what if…See More
Dec 28, 2015
Lee Dworshak's blog post was featured

Re-Engineering Policing

Bob Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’ back in 1964 and the inevitable trend still continues today. Fast-forward to the troubling times of 2015 and community policing policies are being quickly revised to meet the new and more dangerous threat of domestic and international terrorism.Entire police departments like the 34,000 uniformed men and women of the NYPD are being completely retrained on the tactics used to answer calls…See More
Dec 23, 2015
Lee Dworshak posted a blog post

United We Stand - Divided We Fall

The disjunctive Facebook rantings I’ve read this week between what are apparently rival support groups involved in improving the quality of life in San Pedro serve no useful purpose. Serving food to the homeless in a park is now a bad thing?Were there permits issued for the function; probably not.  Did the organizers provide clean up of the park afterwards?  Maybe they did, maybe they didn’t.  I don’t know the real answers to any of these questions.So what if they didn’t get permits, so what if…See More
Dec 22, 2015
Lee Dworshak posted a blog post

Re-Engineering Policing

Bob Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’ back in 1964 and the inevitable trend still continues today. Fast-forward to the troubling times of 2015 and community policing policies are being quickly revised to meet the new and more dangerous threat of domestic and international terrorism.Entire police departments like the 34,000 uniformed men and women of the NYPD are being completely retrained on the tactics used to answer calls…See More
Dec 19, 2015
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A Generation Lost

I don't know when we lost America, but we did. Maybe it was the 70's.Back in the 60's there was still a real zeal and a passionate burning feeling about America by Americans for America.  We were still proud and were willing to stand up against unjust wars and corporate greed.  Many felt so strongly they burned their draft cards and defected to Canada. There were more thing's gone wrong in the…See More
Nov 24, 2015
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The Great Social Divide

Facebook seemed like a good idea when it started back in 2004; but I’m not so sure anymore. I can’t imagine that Zukerberg ever dreamed his software application would create such a stir with its lengthy tentacles reaching the world’s corners and consumers far and wide.Who could have foreseen the power social media would bring…See More
Nov 20, 2015
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A Generation Lost

I don't know when we lost America, but we did. Maybe it was the 70's.Back in the 60's there was still a real zeal and a passionate burning feeling about America by Americans for America.  We were still proud and were willing to stand up against unjust wars and corporate greed.  Many felt so strongly they burned their draft cards and defected to Canada. There were more thing's gone wrong in the…See More
Nov 16, 2015
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The Me Generation Meets Facebook

Me, me, me, it's all about me... Facebook - it may be social media, but it is most certainly devoid of any social graces.What started out in 2004 as an experiment in social networking has by today created 1.2 billion over-sharers in what has now become the age of over-sharing.Today, at least one out of every fourteen people in the world has a Facebook account.The Facebook business model relies…See More
Nov 3, 2015
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The Me Generation Meets Facebook

Me, me, me, it's all about me... Facebook - it may be social media, but it is most certainly devoid of any social graces.What started out in 2004 as an experiment in social networking has by today created 1.2 billion over-sharers in what has now become the age of over-sharing.Today, at least one out of every fourteen people in the world has a Facebook account.The Facebook business model relies…See More
Nov 2, 2015
Inda Reid Forgeng promoted Lee Dworshak's blog post San Pedro – The New Wild West
Sep 23, 2015

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A little about me
Lee is a 40 year resident of San Pedro, CA. He and his wife Rose have two grown children, Scott and David. Lee was born and raised in the Los Angeles area.
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St. Bernard High School - Playa del Rey
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The Homeless - Hobos, Tramps And Bums

Posted on March 6, 2016 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

They have all been around for what seems like forever and are all technically homeless.  The homeless problem in America is not new.

In the age of political correctness, even the panhandler on the street corner may get offended if you call him a bum when he considers himself a hobo or a tramp.…

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San Pedro Citizen Guard

Posted on January 3, 2016 at 12:38pm 0 Comments

United We Stand - Divided We Fall

Posted on December 22, 2015 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

SP Homeless

The disjunctive Facebook rantings I’ve read this week between what are apparently rival support groups involved in improving the quality of life in San Pedro serve no useful purpose. Serving food to the homeless in a park is now a bad thing?

Were there permits issued for the function; probably not.  Did the organizers provide clean up of the park afterwards?  Maybe they did, maybe they didn’t.  I don’t know the real answers to any of these questions.

So what…

Continue

Re-Engineering Policing

Posted on December 19, 2015 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Bob Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’ back in 1964 and the inevitable trend still continues today. Fast-forward to the troubling times of 2015 and community policing policies are being quickly revised to meet the new and more dangerous threat of domestic and international terrorism.

Entire police departments like the 34,000 uniformed men and women of the NYPD are being completely retrained on the…

Continue

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Jamaal Kellen Street promoted Jamaal Kellen Street's blog post One More Accolade For POLA's Analise De La Roca
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One More Accolade For POLA's Analise De La Roca

Port Of Los Angeles High softball junior pitcher Analise De La Roca was bestowed upon with one final postseason accolade after her spectacular 2016 season.De La Roca became the fourth in the history of the program to be named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass Team and only the second to be named…See More
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Men of Tabernacle Host Their 3rd Annual All Male Conference

Join Men of Tabernacle as they host their 3rd Annual All Male ConferenceSaturday, July 30, 20169:00am - 12:30pm (Lunch served at 12:30pm)The is a FREE EVENTDr. Chris L. Hickey Sr will be the keynote speaker for the event.…See More
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Early Bird Yoga Wednesdays 7:30am

Join us Wednesday mornings at 7:30 for an hour of Early Bird Yoga with Dorene Coles. This class will get you moving, put you in a great mood, and get you on your way without dripping in sweat or nursing sore muscles. GGIW Yoga is located just six miles from San Pedro City Hall. 24610 Narbonne Ave, Lomita. We're in the 2 story brick building on the south east corner of Narbonne Ave and Lomita Blvd. Park in our ample parking lot to the south of the building, enter through our garden on the…See More
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PV Net Homeschoolers Town Hall Meeting at Promenade on the Peninsula

July 30, 2016 from 4pm to 5:30pm
PV Net is a non-profit, technology education center located in Palos Verdes, CA.  We offer classes in 3D modeling and printing, video game design, web design, virtual reality, video production, Minecraft, and so much more! We are seeking to learn about how we can support the homeschooling curriculum!  We will discuss what classes to offer, what class schedule would work best for your busy life, and what budget would work best for you and your family.Please join us at 550 Deep Valley Drive (1st…See More
Jul 15
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Elected and Candidate Officials to Attend Picnic at The Garden at St Luke’s Presbyterian Church

July 17, 2016 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
The Palos Verdes Democrats are having a picnic that is free and open to all.  The Club has received confirmation that Congressman Ted Lieu, John Chiang (candidate for Governor), LA County Assessor Jeffrey Prang, and 66th Assembly District candidate Al Muratsuchi!  The Club is still awaiting confirmation from others such as Congresswoman and Supervisorial candidate Janice Hahn, Calif Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.There is a handicapped-accessible drop-off and handicapped parking at the up-hill…See More
Jul 15

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