Comments by TheTruthMachine

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Posted on November 2 at 7:40 a.m.

No wonder the disadvantaged SB kiddies end up on the street and turn into gangsta's. The SB wealthy regulate, cite, and fine anybody who even thinks about having any fun and not paying for it! Lake Cachuma belongs to everybody, and not only to fill exclusive residential pools. We should insist that they open our lake so the poor kiddies can learn to swim and enjoy a dip. How could that possibly be a crime? Just be sure the firefighting super-scooper doesn't swoop them up!!!

On Go Fish

Posted on October 8 at 8:57 a.m.

Bless Supervisor Joe Centeno for at least abstaining from voting for this unconstitutional communist plan that is simply another part of the erosion of everybody's freedom and rights to the use of their homes and property. SB is such a prosperous County, certainly there must be a better way to keep the SY valley beautiful without forcibly downzoning taxpayers properties, whom have historically taken good care of their lands. Our forefathers made many sacrifices so that we can live in "the land of the free", so perhaps WE THE PEOPLE of this County should take a closer look and recall this plan. Good on you Joe!

On Santa Ynez Strategizes to Keep Ag and Urban Land Separate

Posted on August 15 at 7:30 a.m.

As a large parcel owner in Los Padres National Forest we've had the opportunity to witness these hunting "sports" first hand. These are ruthless hunters that set loose hound dogs with transmitters on their collars so that the hunter can use radar to track them as they chase bear through the night.
In the past, we've had several of these hound dogs arrive at our home in the middle of the night, covered with blood and badly wounded from fighting a bear that we later found malled. Fearfully, we were able to get the dogs into our pickup truck, then found and returned them to the owner, who didn't even apologize or thank us.
The Department of Fish and Game should be ashamed for promoting such an antiquated program and selling your opportunity to enjoy the wildlife in your national forest to destructive hunters.
Is it a coincidence that the La Brea fire that's affecting so many people started in a remote area on opening day of deer hunting season?

On Wildlife Organization Protests Start of Bear-Hunting Season

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