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  • DAN WALTERS

    Dan Walters: California politicos admit failures in seeking rainy day fund

    In seeking to create a “rain day fund” to soak up some revenues, Capitol politicians admit to failures of the past.

  • EDITORIAL CARTOONS

    McClatchy cartoons for the week of 4/20/14

  • EDITORIALS

    Dropping public prayer was right call

    The Pismo Beach City Council earns a dothe-right-thing bouquet for agreeing to drop opening prayers at the start of council meetings. The council also agreed to eliminate an unpaid chaplain‘s position. The changes were made to settle a lawsuit filed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    The gender pay gap

    Mr. Christopher Arend in his letter of April 14 is 100 percent correct in his assumption that “any employer engaging in gender-based discrimination today is an idiot just begging to get sued.”

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Not being forced

    It seems to me that Rebecca Fernandez ( “Speak with care,” letter April 11) wants it both ways. She’s all for free speech, but if she thinks it’s “hateful, ill-informed, prejudiced or homophobic” it should be kept to yourself. Thus, by extension, if Ms. ...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    No laughing matter

    I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of the many references on TV to drugs. Jokes and comments about pot, cocaine, other narcotics and known users, seem quite normal nowadays. It is not a laughing matter, and it’s easy to understand why young people (perhaps others) are tempted...

  • SUZANNE DAVIS

    To everything there is a season…

    Spring has arrived once again on the Central Coast! The hills are finally green, the veggies are planted, the birds are twitterpated and we’re on the cusp of rock ’n’ roll season.

  • PHIL DIRKX

    Won't you be my neighbor?

    “The Family of Man” is a book of photographs that was published in 1955. Its goal was to show that people are basically alike the world over: loving, eating, playing, growing, dancing, learning, fighting, working and aging.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    A tiny pest is a deadly threat to SLO County’s citrus industry

    We’re fortunate to have a diversity of agriculture in San Luis Obispo County. More than 100 crops are grown here, including strawberries, wine grapes and citrus fruit. But the recent arrival of an invasive pest could mean citrus is no longer a part of this mix. As a second-generation citrus...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    What ‘choice’?

    Christopher Arend’s April 14 letter in response to Bette Kulp’s well-researched and factual letter (April 9) outlining the disparity in earned income between men and women in the United States on the occasion of Equal Pay Day was both sexist and ignorant.

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