Letter to the Editor, Press Democrat November, 2016 Move on? Like 2008? EDITOR: Don W wrote that “this election may very well have saved the republic” and urged us drop the anger and get on with it (“Time to move on,” Letters, Nov. 10). I would have said the same thing in 2008, but did … [Read more…]
This editorial is a glimpse at the views of the 1950’s. You can see where some conservative values have not changed a bit in 65+ years. In 2015/16 many counties in Northern California are desperate for “affordable housing.” The free market system does not provide for affordable housing and we are back to discussing rent … [Read more…]
Marin Journal, 1 January 1870 The Senate has approved a bill awarding Long Primer Hall $5,000 for the destruction of his printing office in Visalia, six years ago, by U. S. soldiers, on account of its advocacy of secession. The office was worth perhaps $1,000.
Los Angeles Herald, 2 October 1900 SANTA ROSA’S MUDDLE The City Officials May All Be Turned Out City Recorder Prindle Claims Their Election Was Illegal and Proposes to Sue Them in the Name of the State (By Associated. Press.) Santa Rosa, Oct. 1. — City Recorder Henry Prindle today served notice upon members of the … [Read more…]