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Posted on February 18 at 9:02 a.m.
Chris, first you should sue your ego so you can finance your suit against Capps.
Don't forget to sue Obama. How about The Independent and those other papers that forgot to endorse you. Don't they deserve to be sued?
This is the kind of creative thinking we need in a congressman.
Could you please sue Starbucks while your at it? Their coffee gave me indigestion this morning.
On Mitchum Sues Capps for Defamation of Character
Posted on February 12 at 9:42 a.m.
A solution looking for a problem.
How many accidents or injuries has their been in the last ten years?
On Mission Canyon Going Multi-Modal
Posted on February 5 at 11:37 a.m.
No surprise here.
Politicians love money. Even dirty money.
On Service Schmervice
Posted on February 5 at 11:17 a.m.
This kind of density sets an unhealthy precedent.
Santa Barbara should not conform to this L.A. or S.F. model. Let the high density projects go to the metropolitan cities like L.A. where its to late to protect public health and the environment.
High density creates environmental dead zones, and psychologically arrested development in children who become addicted to technology without any space to play, explore, or develop imagination.
On City Gives Affordable Housing Project Cash Infusion
Posted on January 29 at 12:04 p.m.
Freedom of speech is a non-violent action.
When freedom of speech reveals the truth about the errors and mis-truths of religion, including Islam, the followers of these religions or mis-truths either change and evolve, or they become scared and act violently towards those who practice non-violence.
You can tell a religion is false by their actions. Repressing women and women's rights, keeping children ignorant and isolated without education are obvious signs of ignorance which eventually turn into violence.
Islam is a huge source of ignorance. Until muslims have a chance to think rationally they will continue to suffer and persecute others. The denial and justifications presenting one form of Islam to be better than another is a false equivalence.
On The Tragedy of Paris
Posted on January 26 at 10:58 a.m.
"Salud Carbajal and Steve Lavagnino dissenting"
That's not the usual north/south split.
Salud Carbajal appears to be following the gambling interests. If he has any congressional aspirations, the deep pockets from the casinos could really help him get elected. And who can blame him. He knows the B.I.A. is not going to do anything to help Santa Barbara County. Why stand up for something that is D.O.A.?
Then again, while Salud represents Santa Barbara County, shouldn't he be standing up for the interests of the majority? Should the Camp 4 development in the fertile Santa Ynez valley really be able to bypass the County's approval process or at least have a semi-decent E.I.R.?
On County Appeals Federal Camp 4 Approval
Posted on January 18 at 11:50 a.m.
When will the dark ages end?
On Junipero Serra, Ready for Liftoff
Posted on January 17 at 11:24 a.m.
Sheriff Bill Brown should have known better than to try to incarcerate mentally ill people into his new jail system. without the mentally ill in his prison he would not have had the numbers to lobby for his big new prison complex in Santa Maria.
Das Williams and Hannah-Beth Jackson didn't speak out for social justice when they had the chance. Or they didn't want to take on the CCPOA who probably donate to their kiddy.
Something stinks here.
On Dog Run Amok
Posted on January 13 at 10:59 a.m.
As long as I don't have to pay the over-priced tuition at the UC system, then hurray and I say they are #1.
With the over-priced tuition I'll pass on the sociology degree thank you very much.
On UCSB Sociology Program Ranked Number One
Posted on January 8 at 9:48 a.m.
That's what SBCAG gave away to Caltrans. Santa Barbara could have used $360,000,000.
SBCAG betrayed the public. Shame on them and the stooges like Bardach who are too clueless to know what happened.
On Bark Like a Dog, Walk Like a Man