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OpEd: No on Prop 62, Yes on Prop 66

Stephen Cooper’s latest rant against the death penalty in California was off the mark on many points. He believes Prop. 66, death penalty reform, is deeply flawed. What ...

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Making the Most of the Leap Second

Thank goodness for the leap second; a second outside of planning, outside of routine, outside of trials and concerns. At 3:59:59 local time on December 31st, we get ...

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Hope for Alcoholism, Bulimia, and Bipolar Disorder

I am a 29 year old woman. I am no different and certainly not any more special than my peers. I am a very proud wife of a ...

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Carlsbad Initiative Report

We were very disappointed in the 9212 report. A key concern is that it failed to identify all of the constraints they were operating under, constraints that call ...

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Letter to the Editor: Caltrans Transparency

March 16, 2015, the Nation will celebrate, “Freedom of Information Day” marking the declaration of the Freedom of Information Act enacted on July 4th, 1966. The Act ensures ...

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The Sacramento Tax Hike Bait-and-Switch

Steve (Editor), I’m passing along my op-ed below that is running in today’s UT San Diego- UT San Diego – March 13, 2015 -By Carl DeMaio If you ...

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Letter to the Editor: Problems with Caltrans I-5/SR-78 Interchange Plans

Caltrans I-5/SR-78 Interchange Plan Pollutes Elementary School, Isolates South Oceanside Community CALTRANS has four plans for the I5/SR78 Interchange and each plan includes a 50-60 ft tall flyover ...

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Letter to the Editor: More Years of Red light cams in Solana Beach?

Honorable Mayor and Council: The former five year contract between the City and Redflex expired in October, and since then – I am told – staff has been ...

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Free Community College for Whom?

By: Tanya Camacho In January, President Obama proposed free community college for low income Americans. But there is a catch: one must have a grade point average of ...

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ATF Firearms: Open Letter on the Redesign of “Stabilizing Braces”

The Firearms and Ammunition Technology Division (FATD), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has received inquiries from the public concerning the proper use of devices recently ...

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Irony in Puppy Mill Law

I am writing about your new ordinance banning “puppy mill” puppies from Oceanside’s only pet shop. This law is so ironic: Local governments are trying to ban the ...

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