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Posted on May 11 at 3:32 p.m.
The Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus Mykiss some of which develop salmonid characteristics and are called in slang "Steelhead" Oncorhynchus Mykiss, are not endangered. Under the "Endangered Species Act" which permits bureaucrats to declare species "ESU, evolutionarily significant units," the fish is "protected" only from the Santa Maria River south, and along the Columbia. Everywhere else it is a common game fish, and people can catch and eat it. It is raised in farms and can be ordered at restaurants. Spending literally billions to accommodate a fish that was never ever in any significant quantity in our rivers that dry up every summer, will one day be found to be laughable by future generations who will scorn our dedication to bureaucratic viciousness.
On San Jose Creek Project Celebrates Major Milestone
Posted on May 11 at 3:22 p.m.
The Chancellor has no more legal authority to close the roads off into Isla Vista than he does to Santa Maria. It is absurd if he attended the bacchanal, however.
On Welcome to the Party, Chancellor Yang
Posted on May 11 at 12:38 p.m.
Unfortunately, we have a legal system that encourages frivolous lawsuits because if they lose, they can't be counter-sued for attorneys' fees.
On CA Coastal Commission Approves Paradiso del Mare Project
Posted on May 11 at 12:33 p.m.
The man should have realized that a full face shield helmet was worth the money.
On Motorcycle Accident Results in DUI Arrest; Boy Passenger Injured
Posted on March 17 at 10:14 a.m.
Just because some organizations are against a particular topic does not make them "environmentalists" and it does not mean that the people with whom they disagree are not.
On County Will Decide on Goleta Beach Plan This Week
Posted on March 17 at 10:06 a.m.
There's a "chain" of yoga studios? What's it called, "Yoga Hut?"
On S.B. Yoga Center Sold
Posted on January 18 at 10:56 p.m.
The Common Law rule is that the master is responsible for the actions of the servant. That's why a trucking company is responsible for its driver's accident.
By the way, my military service doesn't entitle me to a free pass for murder. And lets see Mr. Morua's actual military record.
On Morua Defense Attorney Calls Out Lois Capps
Posted on January 18 at 10:51 p.m.
Gang injunctions have been very successful in Oxnard and in LA and elsewhere and have been upheld by the courts. If the six are gang members they may go to jail for perjury. If they are not gang members, the police can probably demonstrate that they associate with gang members, act like gang members, and therefore libeled nobody. They always show up with their lawyers, and always lose. The measured result of the gang injunctions is a clear reduction in violent crime. That can't be argued with. At least, not logically and knowledgably.
On Operation Falling Dawn Defendants File Slander Claim Against City, Police
Posted on October 26 at 2:30 p.m.
P.S.: I’m pretty sure it was Mr. Parker’s estate, not himself, who sold the land to the tribe.
On Chumash Call on Congress for Camp 4
Posted on October 26 at 2:28 p.m.
Ms. Jordan is well-entrenched in politics in this state, having been a member of the board of supervisors and whose husband is former Assemblyman Pedro Nava. Lacking all of those advantages, the Chumash tribe is justified in seeking a lawful solution in Congress. It is unreasonable to expect them to take on Ms. Jordan and her associates unarmed.