- Thursday’s Letters to the Editor
- Skelton: An upside of high-speed rail? It’s beats flying
- Dionne: Christmas joy without piety
- PD Editorial: Narrowing the technology gap for 16 cents
- Wednesday’s Letters to the Editor
I met Bill Kortum the day I was sworn in as Sonoma County supervisor. A recall election was in full swing against Kortum and Chuck Hinkle.
Despite the loss of his son, Herb Williams has not stopped giving back — as demonstrated by the rare award he received this month.
In the holiday spirit, here’s something cheerful to say about the California bullet train if Gov. Jerry Brown ever gets it assembled:
During the Civil War, a young man named Charles ran off and joined the Union Army without his father’s consent. He informed his father by way of a letter dated March 14, 1863.
It is a familiar story by now. In the age of globalization, working class Americans are being clobbered, and no one seems able or willing to help them.
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