The History Center in San Luis Obispo has been accused of bias for, among other reasons, flying a gay pride flag during the city’s annual pride celebration. It also participated in a project on LGBTQ history in SLO County. That’s its job.
Bronson Harmon of Modesto lost a Cal Poly wrestling scholarship after he was caught on camera making a homophobic slur during a protest march. Cal Poly was right to revoke his scholarship as free speech is not without consequence.
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and her campaign fought for the California Democratic Party endorsement, lost to Kevin de León, and cling to the notion that she is the Senate stalwart who effectively defies President Donald Trump with no evidence suggesting that is true.
Cal Poly, SLO, is naming a new viticulture center after Justin Vineyards and Winery just two years after the company was reviled for clear-cutting oak trees in Paso Robles. Justin is donating $2.5 million to the university.
To understand why immigrants from Latin America are seeking entry into the Unites States, we have to look at history and how we are reaping the consequences of U.S. policy dating back to the Monroe Doctrine of 1823.
Carlyn Christianson’s letter on SLO developments fails to mention Statements of Overriding Considerations, says Christine Mulholland of San Luis Obispo. Governing bodies use them to override environmental policy and planning concerns.
Billionaire Tim Draper’s plan to split California into three states has little chance of becoming reality, but will cause years of confusion and upheaval. The state Supreme Court should kick it off the Nov. 6, 2018, ballot.
Singapore may seem idyllic, but it’s an authoritarian state. Under Trump, the United States could head that direction. Look at intolerance for criticism of the government, Tribune columnist Tom Fulks writes.
Atascadero City Councilwoman Heather Moreno is ready to be mayor of the SLO County city, writes Gere W. Sibbach. She wants to maintain the city’s fiscal health, and Atascadero has limited financial resources.
San Luis Obispo keeps building taller, skyscraper buildings and inviting national chain stores and restaurants, making it more difficult for locally owned businesses, writes Peter Keith of Arroyo Grande, CA.