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Posted on November 5 at 1:40 p.m.
John, maybe you need to actually read her column
"As someone who regularly stands in one checkout line at Costco while forcing my children to wait in another line in case that one goes faster "
On Plan B Partners
Posted on October 3 at 9:26 a.m.
Sorry Jerry but Sam Wang simply cannot be called an outlier. His past election predictions have been more accurate than any of the others.
On Tipping Point
Posted on October 2 at 1:12 p.m.
Actual fracking in Santa Barbara County was confirmed at a site in Los Alamos by Veneco in testimony before the Board of Supervisors a while ago.
On Mail in voting begins October 6. What say you on Measure P?
Posted on October 1 at 4:53 p.m.
When the entire local oil industry including all local oil producers collectively and unanimously submit a formal written request to the Board of Supervisors asking the County to immediately adopt a reasonable and comprehensive ban on the use of fracking, cyclic steam injection and other dangerous techniques in Santa Barbara County, then and only then might one logically listen to an argument of don't support Measure P and instead "come back with a more reasonable alternative"
Until such a time (which will never occur) we can all safely assume that ANY attempt to regulate ANY aspect of their industry (and not merely fracking) will be met with massive opposition identical to what we now see against Measure P
Measure P will likely fail but only because of the obfuscation, deception, misinformation and outright fabrication we now see from this industry yet some are trying to now convince us that we should somehow listen to a spokesperson representing this same oil industry views and respond rationally?
Just say no and then vote Yes on P
On The Misguided Measure P
Posted on September 8 at 9:40 a.m.
Bill you should support this ban since it is not governmental regulation at all but rather the free market that imposed this ban. Or do you oppose free market bans as well????
On Can't buy smokes at CVS any more?
Posted on September 5 at 4:11 p.m.
Jarvis, Denise smeared no one.
She merely pointed out that all societies have some bias and that judges as part of society, have their own biases and that they simply need to be aware of them in their decision making.
There is simply no smear at all in that
Your continual focus on something that does not exist shows evidence of your own deficit and not any by Denise
On Big Changes on Bench
Posted on September 4 at 10:53 a.m.
My goodness JarvisJarvis you really seem to have a problem reading the printed words.
Denise said society has bias and we each have our own biases and so as well do all Judges.
None of us is or can be bias free as much as we might claim or hope otherwise
All Denise said was she tried to help others become aware of their bias
Posted on September 4 at 10:12 a.m.
JarvisJarvis if you reread it she says the bench reflects "the bias of society at large".
Do you deny that we have racial disparity in our society at large?
Do you deny kids of color are incarcerated at significantly higher rates than those without color?
What on earth are you really trying to say here other than you dont like Denise which you had previously made clear at the outset?
Posted on September 4 at 9:21 a.m.
No Botany she said nothing of the sort.
You read something that into the article which exposes more about your bias than anything else.
Posted on August 18 at 8:50 a.m.
The real disinformation campaign appears in places like this where nearly all of those who oppose Measure P refuse to even post using their actual names.
That speaks volumes about how proud they are of their remarks.
On Measure P Lawsuits Commence