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Posted on June 15 at 9:22 a.m.
How is this a decision for a bunch of politicians OR a science-challenged population? The Supes simply passed the buck instead of doing any problem solving. Let the lying, mudslinging, and namecalling begin. But informed debate? Not in SB.
On High-Intensity Oil-Extraction Ban Headed to Ballot
Posted on June 13 at 9:37 a.m.
Mitchum's ads were pathetic, but Capps is a known liar who never accomplished anything except getting elected by sympathy vote after her husband died. Unfortunately, we're stuck with her yet again.
On No Country for Old Dogs
Posted on June 12 at 9:21 a.m.
Measure M did not pass, but garnered very close to 50% of the vote. The BoS should darn well pay attention and fix our infrastructure with all due haste.
On Measure M Ghost Lives on During Budget Talks
Posted on June 11 at 9:49 a.m.
Once again SBPD focusses on the wrong issue.
On S.B. High Softball Coach Arrested for Sex with Student
Posted on June 11 at 9:48 a.m.
She lied about limiting her number of terms, why not about this?
On Department of Justice Investigating Capps Rep
Posted on June 10 at 5:26 p.m.
But fracking is not climate change, so let's not confuse or misdirect the debate.
On The Fracking Truth
Posted on June 10 at 5:25 p.m.
Posted on June 10 at 5:24 p.m.
Good news. This project is not only affordable, it is necessary to ensure a long term water supply. Besides which, water is a scarce resource and should not be cheap. Good for you, City. No reason this should be delayed by regulatory masturbation.
On City Fights for Desalination Plant Permits
Posted on June 10 at 11:36 a.m.
Funny how some people consider anything that disagrees with their opinions non factual. Just the fact that opponents choose to refer to the process as fracking (used as a substitute f-bomb in a certain TV series) is a demonstration of politicization. The argument about fracking is NOT settled until a rigorous scientific study has been done and repeated. And even then, in spite of what our Liar in Chief would have you believe, there is no such thing as "settled science". At one time in history everyone KNEW that the earth was flat and was the center of the universe.
Posted on June 7 at 9:22 a.m.
We already have universal background checks in California. What we don't have is access by the background checkers to individuals' mental health records, thanks to HIPA, a federal law. THAT is what Capps should be working on.
On We Must Learn the Lessons of I.V.