This is my third and final piece covering the 17 ballot measures California’s voters will have to decide on when they cast their ballots in the November 8 election.
The French Parliament first recognized the Armenian Genocide on May 29, 1998, followed by the Senate on Nov. 7, 2000.
Both the Armenian “world” and the world as a whole seem to be in free fall.
“This is the second piece discussing, in installments, the 17 propositions on California’s ballot.”
There is widespread dissatisfaction and mistrust among the American public toward the two main presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
This article is a child of Garo Paylan’s visit to the United States. Much has been written about the tremendous importance and value of Paylan’s tour.
It’s time for the biennial bonanza of ballot measures. This year, the State of California has 17 of them for citizens to consider.
“For the past five years I have been traveling and writing about Armenian communities in different cities around the world. The conference in Dallas was a good opportunity for me to find out about the Armenians there.”
“The last few weeks have reinforced my conviction that the above adage is very apt.”
This column is mostly intended for readers outside the United States who may not be familiar with U.S. campaign contribution laws.