Democrat women have become illogical, corrupt and rotten to the core in their treatment of men like Brett Kavanaugh and any others who run counter to their beliefs, says Larry Bargenquast of Paso Robles.
The most powerful men on the planet in Congress are berating women to fill their own need for validation, acceptance and power. How do we allow these people to stay in office, asks Mark Tomes of Santa Margarita.
The best way to honor the demolished Alex’s Bar-B-Q building in Shell Beach, California, is to post pictures inside the newly built restaurant. And it might be a good idea to skip fining Compass Health.
Susan Funk, a candidate for Atascadero City Council, came to the ECHO Homeless Shelter’s Long Walk Home event with 20 people in campaign shirts, but other candidates were respectul to the event, writes Vicky Morse.
The Tribune should focus on real issues facing San Luis Obispo, says Carolyn Smith of San Luis Obispo. Hurling false accusations at those who have genuine concern for our city is a pitiful attempt to quash dissidence.
By reporting on individual homicides in L.A. and S.F., you’ll be giving away valuable print real estate that’s needed for local affairs in our fine community, says Pete Howard of San Luis Obispo. Don’t print those wire reports about violence in big cities.
The strength of our democracy is free, unfettered media and attacks on them are extremely dangerous to our country, says Mary Stallard of Morro Bay. Congratulations for a fantastic editorial regarding real news.