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Commentary: The New and Old Homeless Wear the Same Shoes

The more things change, the more things stay the same.

Letter to the Editor: Plan Santa Barbara Getting Ahead of Itself

Downtown Organization committee believes city take a break with new programs and proposals.

Commentary: Making a Difference in Afghanistan

Santa Barbara-based American Support for Afghanistan is helping to restore a troubled nation's human capital and resources.

Mark Cromer: Shameless in Sacramento

California epitomizes a failure in leadership across the nation

Letter to the Editor: Stop Chasing Business Out of California


Letter to the Editor: Tribute to Kellogg School’s Donna Talarico


Letter to the Editor: Sioux Solidarity with Carpinteria Mascot Opponents


Commentary: Making the Hard Housing Choices

Board of Supervisors gets a second chance to ensure a housing element balance. SB CAN urges it to take it.

Commentary: An Age of Moderation?

The most important stimulus right now is the reawakening of our inner responsibility.

Essay: Looking Back on Valentine’s Day and Thinking about the Flip Side

Getting right to the heart of the matter, how about a reverse Valentine's Day?

Rep. Lois Capps: We’re Putting Our Nation’s Economy Back to Work

Congress' stimulus package will cut taxes and increase investment in infrastructure, education, energy and health care

Steven HIll: ‘Top-Two Primary’ Has Benefits but Choice Isn’t One

As frustrated voters realize Sacramento won't fix itself, many are looking around for a better option.

Eva Inbar: Will Somebody Have to Die Here, Too?

It's time to make the intersection of State and De la Vina streets safer for everyone.

Mark Cromer: The OctoMom Syndrome

Millions of "parents" are making babies on society’s tab. Is that sustainable?

Michael Chiacos: How to Solve California’s Budget Woes

In a time of want and need, gas-price stability may be the key to a rebound and recovery

Commentary: Basic-Aid Status Right for Santa Barbara Elementary District

Leaving aside the emotions, the numbers make a convincing case for an immediate — and beneficial — shift in status.

Letter to the Editor: State of Emergency


Lindsey Taggart: A ‘Stimulating’ Solution to our Energy, Economic Concerns

A new challenge plan is all about what's in it for you.

Letter to the Editor: Real Welfare to Work


Letter to the Editor: All of Us Are Guilty of War Crimes in Iraq


Pedro Nava: 40 Years after Blowout, We Must Remain Vigilant

We have certainly come a long way since the Unocal oil rig blowout in 1969, but there is still much work to be done.

Megan Birney: Time for a New Form of Environmentalism

We must try to find common ground and work together when we can.

Andrew Seybold: What I Would Do with the Broadband Fund

A single new network is not the answer to America's connectivity challenges.

Commentary: Obama Snubs the Econophile

Sooner or later, you're going to find out that Keynesian stimulus just doesn't work.

Commentary: Stimulus Is as Stimulus Does

There are far more effective ways to jumpstart our economy than what's being proposed in Washington.

Letter to the Editor: When Staffing Might Be Too ‘Selective’


Pete Peterson: Deficits Create Surpluses in Democracy in Local Government

As budget crises multiply, the addition of civic engagement paves the way for true community solutions.

Commentary: Econophile’s Top 10 for 2008

The economic reality is that there really were only eight events — but their impact sure was significant.

Commentary: It’s Time for Bob Noel to Be a Positive Voice for Students

We have an obligation to set a positive example to students with our behavior, our words, our courage to speak out and our actions.

Commentary: Bask In a Sunset From the Bluffs

The splendid view is worth experiencing at least once.

Letter to the Editor: New GWD Board Members Being Hypocrites


Letter to the Editor: Hang On Tight; We Will Recover


Letter to the Editor: Setting the Record Straight on Homeless


Scott Harris: Legalize and Tax Political Bribes

We seem powerless to stop corrupt officials, so let’s turn their deals into a statewide fundraiser.

Letter to the Editor: California Must Cut Government Spending


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