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Posted on January 14 at 2:10 p.m.
I remember when a landowner on the Jesusita trail in the front country bulldozed a beautiful old section of trail just to make it ugly and uninviting for hikers. How ugly a mans soul must be to do that.
On Hikers File Suit to Keep Matilija Falls Trail Open
Posted on January 9 at 7:03 p.m.
This protest like most from the Latino community in SB has less to do with any actual injury or offense taking place and more to do with the fact that Latino activism is a corrupt pyramid scheme where a few activists, professors and self appointed leaders of the peoples call for a march, whip emotions up and then use their new street cred to get grants from various do-gooder foundations while the people that protested go home with nothing more than sore voices and feet.The absolute last thing these activists want is for their community to give up its permanent victim status and live full self empowered lives.
On Protestors Blast <em>News-Press</em> Headline
Posted on December 2 at 5:21 p.m.
Who cares what PODER thinks or says, they are openly a gangster advocacy group in a town that is tired of criminal gangsters
On Danger to Society or Victim of Injustice?
Posted on August 6 at 7:11 a.m.
Loved the rodeo again this year, and I will write the city council to tell them so. Maybe you would be more comfortable in a land with less freedom where you could enjoy telling others what they can or cannot do. A huge part of this anti rodeo stuff is the class prejudice against blue collar workers and their lifestyles that is so much a part of having an enlightened, evolved, elitist, progressive attitude.
On Rodeo Woes
Posted on February 27 at 7:48 p.m.
" “California is a Latino state,” said attorney Barry Cappello"Can you imagine the well justified uproar if anyone said this or any other state was a "white state"? California is an American state with many people of different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, deal with it. The sooner these leftover from the seventies activists with their wedge issues fade away the better.
On Activists Call for District Elections