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- Close to Home: Sonoma County’s college promise
- Close to Home: Movies, history and truth
- Close to Home: An inflated sense of sports in school, life
- Close to Home: King’s passion for economic justice
- Close to Home: Teacher shortage: Crisis or opportunity
- Close to Home: My life as a smuggler for Cuban violinists
- Close to Home: Public wants and deserves a culture of transparency in Santa Rosa
- Close to Home: Finding local clarity on immigration issues
- Close to Home: Who should investigate police shootings?
- Close to Home: When climate, population and food collide
Extremism abounds these days. It has become what defines our politics in Washington, determines our TV programming and rules our public discourse. It’s not enough to just disagree. We must castigate, demean and punish.
Driving around California last year, we saw how our state has been changed. The beauty, diversity and promise of the place remain, but now people are less sure state leaders know how to put things right again.