04/19/2016 - 4:12pm
46 years ago, I was a watermelon
I was in college in Oakland when Sen. Gaylord Nelson instigated Earth Day on a Wednesday in April so college students could participate to the fullest extent. They are malleable and the professors thought the cause was urgent enough that class could wait.
04/05/2016 - 2:03pm
Dealing with the criminal element
The urban crime culture is bleeding into our rural paradise, evidenced by the tagging that went on last summer around Hampton. When I was young in southern California, tagging, which is spray painted graffiti referring to gangs, was rare. It was cleaned up soon after it was discovered. It...
03/22/2016 - 3:18pm
Who is complicit in disaster?
One person dies of malnutrition in Africa every four seconds. In Zimbabwe, a country that should be the ideal of progressives because the land was taken from the haves and given to the havenots, a drought has turned into murder. Robert Mugabe and his gang have fallen for the anti-science of...
03/15/2016 - 11:50am
Wind energy boon should be taken with a grain of salt
Letter to the editor:
The Chronicle is to be congratulated for criticizing Sen. Charles Grassley for not allowing a vote on Obama’s possible Supreme Court nominee. If we are expected to obey the law, our senators should do the same.
03/08/2016 - 5:32pm
Leader of the free world
Marco Rubio told Donald Trump he has small hands. Trump replied.
Oh man. These are people vying for “leader of the free world.” I use that term loosely because the Heritage Foundation has rated the United States at No. 11 in its economic freedom index. Ronald...