Editorials

Analysis: Why Is National Media Not Digging Deeper Into Voting Issues?

And that remains a point of question that we all should be asking...

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Analysis: Why There Is No Such Thing As An Exploitative Monopoly In A Free Market

Per Bylund What’s a telltale sign of economic illiteracy? I’m starting to believe the worst is the claim that markets…

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The Fight For The American Republic

"It is of little concern to me who casts a vote, what matters is who counts the vote..."

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Masters Of COVID Gloom, Lysenkoism, And Squirrels

Newsom has admitted that he saw “the potential” in the COVID crisis for “a new progressive era” in state and…

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Editorial: Ecological Issues Accompany Council’s $2.4M “Blight Bailout”

They've Paved Paradise And Put Up A Parking Lot

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Editorial: Princess Prewitt Becomes The Effie Trinket Of Historical Preservation In San Marcos

Professor Lisa Marie Coppoletta | With leadership hoax and unsavory business practices by Lisa Prewitt, the public must understand her…

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Editorial: The Contradictions Between Impression & Reality Of A Candidate

It takes work to actually pull and pour over an actual agenda packet. Who needs to focus on the basics…

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Editorial: Our Roots Run Deep, Yet San Marcos Has Nothing In Writing For True Protection Of Indigenous Artifacts

Our city council does not have an eagle eye with oversight and proactive measures in place in Code SMTX.

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Letter To A Candidate: Questions For The Sake Of Transparency

For the sake of transparency, I am asking if you would respond to the following concerns I share with many…

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Editorial: The Puppet-Master Pulling The Strings Of Local Partisan Politics

Jordan Buckley and his Mano Amiga gang think they are heroes, but they are the furthest from it...

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