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Posted on March 21 at 10:15 a.m.
Wazzup, AFAIK its evolv czz dat wrks win SNAFU, TY
On Teach the Children — All of Them
Posted on March 18 at 10:57 a.m.
The commute from Ventura is worse than ever. The new diamond lane is virtually empty while the other two lanes sit or crawl. Check out the Rincon area any work day morning.
It's dangerous when these few cars go 60MPH right next to a lane full of sitting cars.
If we want to make this work we need to let everyone use all 3 lanes.
On 101 Fight Flares Anew
Posted on March 16 at 1:02 p.m.
This article unfortunately undermines PODER and the important issues they are concerned with. Fighting racism and promoting equal rights needs to be done without stereotyping or attacking an entire school or institution that is doing the real work to empower the underprivileged.
All schools and groups have bad apples that say racist remarks. But to label an entire high school as a hate group, which the article clearly does, is plainly dishonest, and undermines the people and organization of PODER.
This article sadly creates more division and problems by tearing down a public institution that promotes equal rights, just so the author can promote their agenda.
On Hate Speech At San Marcos
Posted on March 12 at 10:57 a.m.
I hope you keep writing about it.
What's insane is the money the county continues to throw away and the lack of leadership from the BOS to do anything to stop the bleeding. Cottage continues to follow the almighty dollar and ignore community health.
On Ask Not for Whom the Dog Barks
Posted on March 6 at 9:52 a.m.
Without the mentally ill, shoplifters, and drug users, Brown and Dudley don't have the numbers to justify their new prison.
Hopefully the BOS will not burden the County with their annual money drain.
On Sheriff, DA Rain on Prop 47 Parade
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.