Articles Posted by Jill Chapin

Jill Chapin

Jill Chapin has been a guest writer and columnist in several Los Angeles area papers for over fifteen years. She has written a bilingual parenting book titled, "If You Have Kids, Then Be a Parent!" and a children's book entitled, "My Magic Bubble."

  • Say it ain’t so, Alabama

    But terribly confounding to me are comments by Alabamians in the clergy – and government – who insist Moore should stay on the ballot even if it is absolutely apparent that he did indeed engage in sexual activities with minors.

  • Jimmy Kimmel – This is For You

    Nearly every single mass murderer in the United States these past few decades had one thing in common besides guns; they were using legally prescribed psychotropic drugs during or just prior to their deadly rampage.

  • Trump Has Met His Match in the Art of the Deal

    Trump will have no say – and no ability – to go against the overwhelming dominance of his biggest adversary ever – Mother Nature.

  • When is Enough ENOUGH?

    With so many serious domestic and international issues that need intense attention, our president nevertheless continues to tweet non-stop to skewer those he feels do not admire, agree with or respect him.

  • Face the Music – Trump is Being Played like a Violin

    World leaders have gotten the proverbial memo that the way to get what they want from the new American president is through lavishing copious amounts of flattery onto his insatiable ego.

  •  A Letter to our Planet

    With all three branches of our government under the control of the Republican party, it would be easy to feel as we do that we are about to be inundated by a tsunami of decisions that could be alarming for even those of you who live many time zones and oceans away.

  • America Unhinged

    They see that Mr. Trump is beholden to nothing – not his party, not our intelligence agencies, not the press, nor the rules of ethics concerning nepotism and other conflicts of interest. He is like an unpredictable wild animal and no one knows quite how to rein him in.