Don’t sell soul to the devil

Editor, To: Rep. Tom McClintock, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Sen. Kamala Harris. It is crucial today to restore America’s cache in the world and set an example of morality at home. To do that we cannot maintain normal diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia, a country that butchered a problematic journalist in their own embassy, then attempted to cover up the truth, […]

Don’t undermine a legacy

Editor, When Donald Trump was elected president, sportsmen had high hopes that the president and his cabinet would commit to, in President Trump’s words, “honoring the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt.” As our 26th president, Roosevelt worked tirelessly to stop special interests from developing and privatizing our public lands and waters, conserving more than 230 million acres by establishing 150 national […]

A response to McClintock

Editor, The Gazette interviewed Congressman McClintock last week, and his remarks deserve a comment. He voiced concern about a “responsible budget,” yet he voted to cut taxes. As a result, the rate of growth of the national debt since January this year has tripled in comparison to 2017. Since January, 2018, the public debt is projected to expand by $1.295 […]

‘Freedom’ to ignore McClintock

Editor, There was a piece recently on Rep. Tom McClintock, who claims he is hoping for a Congress that will behave in a bipartisan manner and cooperate with each other. I, too, hope for these things; it makes me wonder, though, why the sudden change of heart? Is this the Tom McClintock who referred to protesters as radicals? Who lied […]

Time to look at fire danger issue

Editor, I received an email from a good friend this morning. It said the person “… got this conversation going through her supervisor. I recall some of you discussing nearby properties with high fuel loads and owners not doing anything about it being an important issue to you. Given the horrifying events in Paradise and Santa Rosa, it is likely […]

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