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Posted on March 23 at 10:24 p.m.
Thank you, Hannah Beth, for this proposed legislation and let's find out just what crap operators have been injecting into the 71 wells here in SB County. NattyG's gray matter has apparently decayed under "progressive pier [sic] pressure", Herschel, and it's part of his physiology I guess to blame everything on "govt buarocrats [sic]".
On Jackson Goes After DOGGR
Posted on March 23 at 10:14 p.m.
Granada Books is a great community resource, a marvelous literary haven on State Street, and I hope those of us who can contribute to the GoFundMe.com webpage will do so immediately! I think they can make it and I hope they do. We NEED a real bookstore in the middle of downtown on State St. If you are thinking about contributing, go check Granada out today. Some lovely comments above mine...nice fellas! At least JA has something specific to contribute.
On Granada Books on Brink of Closure
Posted on March 23 at 12:30 p.m.
but by definition we can't know the dark money numbers with any precision at all...Tom Steyer, Koch Bros., many other hyper-wealthy of both parties are running this country, we all know it. Labor unions, however, are a small part of this problem.
On Show Me the Money?
Posted on March 23 at 12:24 p.m.
so Maurer you're calling Ken mendacious when he answers Roger's question about his state of mind: "[I'm] Happy, because I love where I live and what I do, and because I see so much potential for Santa Barbara. I work and live in paradise!" The VERY strong inference is that he lives in SB or at least SB County. Where DOES Ken really live most of the time??
On The S.B. Questionnaire: Ken Oplinger
Posted on March 23 at 11:05 a.m.
speed up the commuter train ( 6 am to 8 a.m. is too long to get to SB!) and ditch this entire widening BS. Then geeber can keep his beloved leftside ramps.
On 101 Fight Flares Anew
Posted on March 23 at 11:02 a.m.
and of course Woodrow Wilson was a harsh racist, promised NOT to get us into WW I, and while he had the idea for the idealistic League of Nations, he couldn't get his own country to join. Poor choice.
Posted on March 22 at 7:53 p.m.
surely none of us are shocked at Rep. "Shock's" thievery, only bemused at his clumsiness. [Oh, it's Downton Abbey by the way]. Corruption seems endemic in democracies going right back to 450 BCE in ancient Athens. PM Netanyahu of Israel is under investigation for using government funds for his princely private lifestyle, including $120,000 in takeout meals alone!SCOTUS unfortunately is not very likely to undo Citizens United, which eminent philosopher Ronald Dworkin called about the worst Supreme Court decision of the last 100 years. Many of us have been screaming for serious campaign finance reform, and Ben gives some examples of how that could work. Both parties have members doing this stuff, and recently Democrats in Calif. had 3 members forced to resign for corruption (remember Ron Calderon?) due to financial corruption. The numbers cited are boggling, but do note that labor unions are fifth in this stuff.
Posted on March 22 at 12:03 p.m.
Validated, you've seen what we all learn about JJ: aging brain with OCD that everything's "a waste of taxpayer money" ... boring and repetitious, nothing better to do than rant about taxes....jeeze, read a book or something.
On [UPDATE] Standoff Suspect Arrested; 101 Reopened
Posted on March 22 at 10:36 a.m.
oh yeah, I lament the loss of Borsodis [before your time], hate soy lattes, drive a 16 year old truck, and if you like the writing in the Sentinel that tells me all I need to know about your standards!
On NLRB Accuses the News-Press (Again)
Posted on March 22 at 10:29 a.m.
dig a little deeper, Sam, Sentinel was started by MontJ...just a shallow spinoff, try doing a little research, eh?