The comic strip “Non Sequitur” was dropped by the San Luis Obispo Tribune after one panel included a curse word aimed at President Trump. Several readers have asked the newspaper to reinstate the strip.
California presidential hopeful Kamala Harris touts Medicare for all and debt-free college without explaining how the programs would be funded. Her supporters should be wary, says SLO Tribune columnist Ed Bogusch.
Black history began with slavery, but it doesn’t end there, writes Daryl Grigsby, a Pismo Beach, California, author. He offers suggestions for celebrating Black History Month and reminds that history is a work in progress.
Reading most opinion and editorial pieces these days often leaves us little to find encouraging, says Gary Brennan of Arroyo Grande. The high percentage of Americans cited who still believe in the American dream is encouraging.
A collaboration with the Miami Herald, other McClatchy newspapers and The Trace, a nonprofit online news organization that covers firearms issues, tabulated just how many more youths fell after Parkland.
California Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State speech Tuesday where he trimmed down some of Brown’s biggest and most contentious projects and appeared to prepare for a few of his own.
A Teddy Roosevelt statue proposed in San Luis Obispo has been criticized by the mayor and by The SLO Tribune. In response, organizers made changes, such as including a sign that will discuss TR’s views on race.
Trump makes impulsive decisions, and the consequences go beyond the damaging departure of Defense Secretary James Mattis, a Marine and veteran who was the wisest and most respected member of the Cabinet.