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Posted on June 19 at 11:02 a.m.

Yes, definitely Abigail Adams!

On Which woman belongs on the new $10 bill?

Posted on June 18 at 3:59 p.m.

The trolls for Sharon the Barbarian really need some new material.
This is getting boring.

On Half-Cent Sales Tax Ain't Happening Now

Posted on June 18 at 8:07 a.m.

Our own local version of Donald Trump has now entered the city council election.

In the 2011 election, Murillo received far more than twice the number of votes that Murillo did, and that was during the at-large citywide election that included the Republican base for Burns. Surely Dale Francisco can prop up a real Republican instead for this new district?

On Sharon Byrne Announces Run for City Council

Posted on June 16 at 1:35 p.m.

So where was Nick Angry Poodle Welsh on their list, after the apt fox-guarding-henhouse analogy?

But by reporting this now, Kelsey Brugger had dipped into "negative" reporting by disclosing this truth.

On News Commentary: Refugio Officials 'Target' Specific Reporters

Posted on June 16 at 8:13 a.m.

The Mike Jordan pander parade continues.

On New Pot Shop Gets Green Light

Posted on June 15 at 4:02 p.m.

More awesome investigative reporting.
Looking forward to LATimes and AP chasing it with no attribution to the Indy!

On Is That a Pipeline in Your Pocket …?

Posted on June 11 at 9:34 p.m.

Saloonkeeper Randy Rowse kicks off his born-in-deceit election campaign by expressing shock that people indeed ride their bikes on Mission Street.

Next up: amazement they get drunk in his bar and then drive on Mission Street.

On The Wheel Truth Behind Biking to Work

Posted on June 11 at 9:31 p.m.

Yawn.

On Rowse Announces Run for Reelection

Posted on June 10 at 7:50 a.m.

I would like to more about who or what is a "citizen of the city" as the author here has made into some kind of legal status.

On City Taxin'

Posted on June 10 at 7:47 a.m.

Oh, Gail, how far we have sunk.

Her essay here flagrantly ignores the link that communicable diseases like measles are low because vaccination rates have remained high.

Like the earlier comment noted:
"It is this kind of misinformation that scares parents away from vaccinating their kids, lowers vaccination rates, leads to outbreaks, and makes the vaccine bills like SB277 necessary."

On Vaccination Bill Penalizes Schoolchidren

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