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Where's the Support for the District Elections Committee?

UCSB and SBCC Profs and Casa, Time to Step Up

Has complacency taken over, as in, "I have my job now so don't bother me"? Read story.

Sleep with Dogs, Wake with Fishes

Last-ditch reflections on big oil, loud college students, skyrocketing rents, and other ballot measures. Read story.

Trouble in Shangri-La

Malibu's Measure R opponents attack it as flawed, as do Measure P's here. Read story.

Tale Tellers

“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” Read story.

Where's the Support for the District Elections Committee?

UCSB and SBCC Profs and Casa, Time to Step Up

Has complacency taken over, as in, "I have my job now so don't bother me"? Read story.

What Really Matters About Measure P

The Language Can Be Fixed; the Groundwater Cannot

The language can be fixed, the groundwater cannot. Read story.

Proposition 1: A False Framing of California’s Water Crisis

Over-Allocated Water Supply Requires a Better Solution

With the state water supply over-allocated five times over, the proposition does not fix the problem any more than the previous five bonds, which total $15 billion. Read story.

An Anti-Endorsement

Measure P: Anti-Fracking and High Intensity Extraction Initiative — Yes

If we continue to put off till tomorrow the end of our carbon dependence, we all know where that is going to get us: extinct. Read story.

Measure P Protects Santa Barbara County’s Future

Deeply Buried Oil Deposits Encourage Ever-More-Aggressive Technologies

Oil companies have a huge profit motive to develop ever-more-aggressive technologies to exploit deeply buried oil deposits, including Monterey Shale. Read story.

Despite Persecution, Ahmadi Muslims Engage in Prayer

When a mob in Pakistan set aflame several homes of members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, police officers just ... Read story.

The Song Remains the Same

Curiously, the war on ISIS is funded on both sides by the same Gulf states. Read story.

Got something on your mind? Send us a letter here.

No on P

Why would people vote "yes" on Measure P? Read Letter

Change the 24th

Lois Capps appears afraid to face the people she is supposed to be representing. Read Letter

Measure P: No? Really?

Really, endorsing No on P? I am stunned. Read Letter

For the People

I once believed government officials represented U.S. citizens. Read Letter

Measure S: Try Again Soon

WHAT? Dorms? Is that in the SBCC charter? Is there’s a hidden agenda to grow SBCC into a four-year college? Read Letter

No on Measure Q

Times have changed, and the school has needs, but Measure Q may damage MUS's semi-rural charm. Read Letter

Measure P Is Not Flawed

What is flawed is government that fails to protect the environment, health, and property of its citizenry from toxic oil drilling and disastrous accidents. Read Letter

Measure P: Shocked

I was shocked to see your "no" on Measure P endorsement. Read Letter

Most Ridiculous Argument Yet

The most ridiculous argument yet against Measure P is that it will increase our dependence on foreign oil. Read Letter

Measure P: Misconceptions

I want to clear up some misconceptions about Measure P. Read Letter

Sorting Out the Facts

There is no need to frack in Santa Barbara County. Read Letter

Measure P: Seriously?

"No" on Measure P? Seriously? Read Letter

I Am Very Disappointed

I always thought you supported what I and my friends supported, but now you endorse No on Measure P. Read Letter

Bellosguardo: Possibilities

Our excellent mayor is rightfully proud of and aware of the possibilities of that property. Read Letter

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