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    An infiltrated U.S.

    I understand why Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted to talk to President Barack Obama about his “negotiations” with Iran. Iran hates Israel (as do all the other surrounding Arab countries) and has almost completed its nuclear bomb, which will be aimed — as are other...

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    More like Faux News

    A recent letter touting the virtues of Fox “News” made me laugh. The chosen channel of the underinformed is an entertainment outlet for the right wing of America, not a credible news channel.

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    Airport confusion

    The SkyWest schedule changes at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport are bad news for those of us who fly to and from the East Coast and want to arrive at a decent hour. Currently, there are 90 seats on the three flights that leave SLO before 9 a.m. Those all allow for decent connections...

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    Trump’s a funny joke

    I was reading the cartoon section of The Tribune the other evening, unfortunately with nary an audible snortle or laugh.

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    Diablo risks unknown

    The Tribune reported that a state-appointed independent panel of scientists has concluded that PG&E has not been duly conservative in evaluating the risk earthquakes pose to the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.

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    Not on front page

    I was disgusted when I saw the March 21 frontpage headline “Proposal to legalize killing gays draws fire.”

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    No excuses for Poly

    We continue to hear excuses by the Cal Poly president and the San Luis Obispo police chief, who still are reluctant to enforce a zero-tolerance policy at Cal Poly! Why were students who unlawfully assembled, disturbed the peace and created a riotous environment not cited or arrested?

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    Sex-trade victims

    I was greatly encouraged by The Tribune’s publication of how the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office is changing how it views people who have been prostituted (“ DA’s Office alters policy on sex-trade crime ,” March 18). I heartily agree with its ...

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    Care for mentally ill

    A recent Sacramento Bee editorial (“ Aid for mentally ill needs some follow-up ,” March 12) asks whether the Proposition 63 “millionaires’ tax” is working because, quoting the editorial, “homeless people with mental illness are still with us, seemingly in...

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    Leaders act on public salaries with care and consideration

    John Peschong’s factually selective Viewpoint (“ County should set rules on how supervisors get pay increases ,” March 22) begs for a response.

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