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Posted on May 15 at 10:47 a.m.

This is all very interesting but it isn't "news."

On Wear and Care of Tires

Posted on May 4 at 8:55 a.m.

The irony in all the recent actions by Cruz provide graphic evidence of why Cruz was never elected to the City Council.

Yet the fact that he was never elected was used to justify the fact that there is racial polarization.

Rather than racial polarization perhaps we have had "stupidity polarization."

On District Elections: Wild Hair Gets Comb-Over

Posted on April 21 at 12:12 p.m.

Coyote urine in a spray bottle can be bought on-line. A few squirts on the wheels and underside of the car keep the critters away for a long time, long after the aroma fades (and it is bad right out of the bottle). I've tried a lot of so-called repellants and this is the only thing that I've found to work so far.

On Critters Cause Car Challenges

Posted on April 17 at 4:16 p.m.

My suggestion is for the City Harbor Master to direct the cruise ships to anchor 2 miles off shore. That way the CG can enforce their 500 yard clear zone without interfering with our local operations. If that inconveniences the cruise ship operators, maybe they will then negotiate the issue of the 500 yard zone with the CG and the CG will leave us alone.

On Coast Guard Clashes with Yachters

Posted on April 17 at 4:07 p.m.

Didn't I see that scene in a Keystone Kops movie about 80 years ago???

On One Officer Hospitalized After Two Motorcycle Cops Collide

Posted on April 17 at 4:04 p.m.

Jerry,
I'm happy to learn that there are only 571 more days during which we will have to put up with all the political campaigning, mud-slinging, lies, etc.

On The World After Lois

Posted on April 2 at 5:14 p.m.

But Mr, Adams, how can we rationalize the reason for bi-lingual ballots with the requirement to be a citizen to vote and the requirement to read, write and understand English to become a citizen? Those facts seem to contraindicate making the ballot bi-lingual.

On Sleeping Dogs Tell No Lies

Posted on March 16 at 1:17 p.m.

Now we will be saddled with race-quota election districts and the extortion of $600,000 of taxpayer money because of the threat of even larger legal fees.

And here we thought that the US was the "melting pot." This is surely a step backward into the Balkanization of a small city...

(Definition: Balkanization "To divide (a region or body) into smaller mutually hostile states or groups.")

On District Election Deal Signed, Sealed, and Delivered

Posted on March 12 at 2:13 p.m.

These days, just about all staffs and electeds throughout the state are overpaid, especially when benefits and retirement plans are factored in. Our county is no better than the rest and they all could use a dose of private-sector reality. But then again, the taxpayers' pockets are deep, right?

On Salary Shootout at the County Corral

Posted on March 2 at 3:54 p.m.

So now we are back to ethnic quotas. That's a major step backward.

As many have pointed out here, the reason that there aren't more Latino representatives on the council is the quality of Latino candidates just hasn't been there. Cruzito Cruz, Megan Alley, ??? really!?

And BTW my wife is Latina and she didn't vote for any of them either.

On No Baby Steps for District Elections

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