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Posted on March 5 at 11:55 a.m.
On Camp 4, Take Two
Posted on March 5 at 10:03 a.m.
Yes, follow the money and expose the crooks.
Good thing none of our local politicians don't take these kind of bribes.
But wait, maybe they do. !0 points to the blogger who finds out who takes this bribe money first.
Posted on March 4 at 10:09 a.m.
Past and present, unsustainable growth has created problems that are compromising our health and environment, and increasing the cost of living.
Santa Barbara and Goleta need a type of no-growth policy to limit the damage done.
On Not Again!
Posted on March 2 at 10:04 a.m.
On The Crushing Problem of Ocean Plastics
Posted on March 2 at 9:44 a.m.
"Researchers from this study concluded that cleaning up the ocean would not be a viable option; it would not be cost effective. "
Stopping the flow of plastic into the ocean is only part of the solution.
Researchers and environmentalists around the world are starting to clean up the plastic that is already in the ocean.
Ignoring the ocean cleanup part of the solution is irresponsible. Humans are responsible for the cleaning up of the plastics already in the ocean.
Posted on February 27 at 8:37 a.m.
Has he declared birth control not to be a sin? Over-population is making life worse for all creatures.
On One World
Posted on February 26 at 9:47 a.m.
The Montecito water district needs to get real. Most of their water goes to landscaping and yet they won't get it together with water reclamation.
On Of Mega Dogs and Mega Droughts
Posted on February 23 at 9:24 a.m.
Salud and Lois both take their jobs very seriously and have both done some excellent work. Their jobs are very difficult and demanding.
On The S.B. Questionnaire: Salud Carbajal
Posted on February 23 at 8:56 a.m.
Do you plan to accept casino money from California Native American Tribes for any of your political campaigns? If yes, how much?
Posted on February 19 at 10:29 a.m.
I'm rooting for Slippery Rock Ranch. I know I shouldn't, but Goleta's out-of-control development deserves a water shortage.
Goleta's City government appears to have morphed into an agency for developers.
On Lamentations of a Dog Denied