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Posted on April 18 at 9:12 a.m.
All the commie pinko lib scaremongers running around screaming about how we're all gonna die from radiation, blah, blah blah. Get over it! We need more nuclear plants, not less! We live in a market economy and it creates jobs! We should all absolutely support Rick Caruso's excellent plan to build a nuclear power plant on the old Miramar property.
On Fukushima Remains an Intractable Disaster
Posted on March 2 at 1:01 p.m.
Dine, crash & dash!
On VIDEO: Storm Wave Crashes Through Moby Dick Restaurant
Posted on October 28 at 4:38 p.m.
Hey all you elected reps! Don't be stupid and forget this! If you support our "Native American" cause to assert our rights and turn the Santa Inez Valley into a mini-Las Vegas, then who knows? You might even get really, really lucky, (wink wink!), at the Chumash Casino!!
On Chumash Call on Congress for Camp 4
Posted on October 16 at 4 p.m.
Perhaps our Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and her husband Superior Court Judge George Eskin can invite all of the aborted fetuses to join them at their glorious Thanksgiving Day dinner. In the spirit of the occasion, Hanna-Beth can place all the aborted fetuses in a huge crystal bowl in the middle of the table and put a little drop of cranberry sauce into the mouth of each of the aborted fetuses. Then she and George can say a prayer thanking God for all the wondrous benefits He has bestowed on the lives of the living members of the Jackson-Eskin family. Then after this sweet and memorable Thanksgiving dinner, Hannah-Beth can flush all the fetuses down her toilet.
On Jackson's Abortion Measure Signed Into Law
Posted on June 4 at 7:16 p.m.
Judge George Eskin, our esteemed Superior Court judge, and the husband of our State Senator Hanna Beth Jackson, will probably do what he always does. He will grotesquely contort himself and bend over backwards to give the perp an absolutely minimal sentence. That's why criminal defense attorneys always do their best to judge shop and get their case in Judge Eskin's court. So what if the perp did it and pleads no contest to the charges? No problem in Eskin's court! An example is the case where a "financial advisor" ripped off retired school teachers of their life savings. Our esteemed Judge Eskin said: No jail time, minimal probation, and that he hoped the defendant would use his freedom to try to pay back what had been stolen from his elderly victims. The ripped off retired teachers were shocked! And the perp and his lawyer were grinning! So let us all watch what our Judge Eskin does in this outrageous case. And let's remember this case the next time Judge Eskin, or his wife Hanna Beth Jackson, stand for reelection. They always claim they are there to protect the citizens of this community. Ok, we're watching!
On Former Police Employee Pleads No Contest in Massive Theft Case
Posted on April 25 at 10:18 a.m.
An excellent and informative article. Now, a question. Exactly what is the position of each of our members of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors on resolving this mess?
On County Psych Facility Needs More Beds
Posted on December 20 at 3:45 p.m.
I'm sure he will donate the land for the greatest public good. Then it can be called the Shobily Family Preserve.
On More Mesa Sold to Saudi
Posted on May 4 at 5:19 p.m.
The Santa Barbara Bank & Trust flip results in a $647-million profit in just a year and a half! I agree with you, Barney. Very suspicious indeed. Suddenly the company had huge account balances, even after they had to lay off people.
Maybe a clever way to launder lots of money? Certainly more effective than the average cash laundering scam with fast food and liquor stores claiming lots of bogus "cash" sales. Sounds like the Feds better take a very close look.
On Bank Flipping
Posted on February 18 at 1:38 p.m.
I agree. How could she quit before the end of the school year? Very selfish. What does this teach the children?
On Sally Kingston Leaves Harding
Posted on August 13 at 9:11 p.m.
An interesting correlation has been discovered.
Members of the anti-circumcision movement love the taste of cheese.
On Meet Santa Barbara’s Mohel