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San Diego Gun Owners PAC Applauds Federal Guidelines for Opening Gun Shops as Essential Businesses

Gratitude to Sheriff Bill Gore, `condemnation’ for County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), a political action committee (PAC) promoting Second Amendment rights, is applauding ...

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The Riehl World- Hiding from the Virus: Living the New Normal

By Richard Riehl It’s Day 14 of our lockdown in the Château Lake San Marcos retirement community. None of our 140 residents have been diagnosed with COVID 19. ...

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Letters to the Editor- We the People will survive and we will vote in November

A heartening message to all good citizens of O’side……We the People will survive and we will vote in November!!! In this time of great physical peril, and previously ...

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Letters to the Editor- Coronavirus and the supermarkets-Concerned citizen opinion

My name is Diana Phillips, and it has been brought to my attention via social media and the internet that the grocery stores are running out of food. ...

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The Riehl World: Coping with COVID-19

Cocooning in Our Own Château By Richard Riehl Two days before the pandemic was declared, we received a warning from the executive director of our 55+ senior community. ...

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Letters to the Editor- Hello Bobbleheads

Many drivers use a cellphone now.  Eyes to road then phone, phone to road, road to phone.  Voila:  The Human Bobblehead! Cellphones were far from reality when I ...

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Letters to the Editor- Another Reason to Consider Why We Must Vote No On Measure “K”

I think Measure K could be spelled “Kronyism” by some, HA! Cronyism is the literal opposite of true Democracy, is it not? It can be very dangerous indeed. ...

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Op-Ed: Yes on B – Creating Homes instead of a Mega-Mall

By W. Erik Bruvold With the Primary Election upon us, it is important for San Diego County voters to be well informed about their ballot choices and how ...

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Op-Ed: Local Issues Matter Too

By Jane Marshall While Presidential politics take all our attention, there are local issues that directly affect our day- to-day lives. And like national politics they’re influenced by ...

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Letters to the Editor: Oceanside City Council – Voting District 2 RECALL PETITION to remove Representative Christopher Roderiquez

Friends and neighbors, especially those living in Voting District 2; are you unhappy with our newby City Council member Christopher Rodriquez actions, and his (mis)representation for WE THE ...

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Letters to the Editor- Reasoning to Vote No On Measure K

DEAR AVERAGE CITIZENS OF OCEANSIDE. Just the opinion of one “Average Joe” here folks. Nothing fancy or tricky from any politicians or other city entities. I am presenting ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure K

I urge you to vote YES on MEASURE K! As a 42 year resident of Oceanside, I have watched our city mature and evolve over the years.  I ...

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Letters to the Editor- Vote No on Measure K

As the former City of Oceanside City Treasurer, I’m very perplexed and alarmed that both the proponents and the opponents of Measure K completely avoid (or aren’t aware ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure A, No on B

Just an “average Joe’s viewpoint”……Unlike those who make wonderful sounding pronouncements tailored to entice your vote, here are a few public information websites describing the Newland Sierra issue, ...

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Letters to the Editor- Yes on Measure K

Yes on Measure K is about government accountability. Oceanside’s current system of electing our City Treasurer and City Clerk does not allow for proper vetting of candidates. In ...

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