- Wednesday’s Letters to the Editor
- Brooks: The stories behind those who survive terror attacks
- Argentina takes a turn for the better in election
- Feldman: Be thankful Carson was wrong about Jefferson
- PD Editorial: Thumbs down on sentencing of local man in Iran
Press Democrat readers on the race for the White House, the controversial Santa Rosa firehouse remodel and more.
What do big banks, low-income people and climate activists have in common? Answer: An interest in a global price on carbon.
Few stories have generated as much heat from readers this past week as that of the new Santa Rosa fire station kitchen, and other areas, having to be torn apart and rebuilt at a cost of some $183,000 in taxpayer dollars.
This editorial is from the Miami Herald: Argentina’s voters opted for a better future on Sunday by electing Mauricio Macri to the presidency, replacing an exhausted political dynasty whose populist policies led the country to the brink of ruin with a pragmatic center-right figure aligned with pro-market forces.
I took a ride on the wild side last week, negotiating the bends and bumps of Sonoma Mountain Road, Lichau Road, Piner Road, Frei Road, Ross Road, Mill Station Road, Joy Road and Irwin Lane.
The holidays arrive this year with more than the usual fuss and folderol about Black Friday and Black Friday creep, the trend of stores starting door-buster sales on Thanksgiving itself.
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