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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


Letter to the Editor: Where’s the Decorum in Noel’s Constant Attacks?


Commentary: Capps Recounts Accomplishments of ‘08, Expectations of ‘09

Lawmaker says Obama and the Democratic Congress will rebuild the economy, fix health care and end the Iraq war.

Letter to the Editor: They Get What We Pay For


Letter to the Editor: Santa Barbara School District Must Refocus on Excellence


Letter to the Editor: Any Economic Stimulus Package Must Include a Housing Element


Commentary: A Eulogy for the Goleta Valley Voice

For this former reporter, it's hard to believe the newspaper that "always seemed to be there" is no longer here.

Letter to the Editor: Taxpayers Association Supports Sarvis


Letter to the Editor: Waste Not, Want Not


Letter to the Editor: Burn Victims’ Family Says Thanks to Community


Scott Harris: Schwarzenegger’s Promise Goes to Waste

The governor uses the California Integrated Waste Management Board to recycle washed-up politicians.

Commentary: Noel Should Step Down from School Board

The Santa Barbara school board, the district and our students don't deserve to be held hostage by one man with obstruction on his mind.

Letter to the Editor: A Happy Reunion for a Woman and Her Cat


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