- Dionne: The ominous decline of social democracy
- Robinson: Climate change is no longer just a theory
- Guest Editorial: State legislators ought to live in their districts
- Collins: Age before beauty, but not politics
- Lowenstein; The makings of the next financial crisis
- Sunstein: The echo chamber is the enemy of democracy
- Navarrette: Time is money, even for farmworkers
- Will: In Texas, a Democratic template for national victory in 2020
- Krugman: Democrats are credible on health care
- Rubin: Still seeking a Mideast peace deal, 25 years after Oslo
After October’s devastating fires and the continued hardship faced by surrounding counties, there is something that feels refreshingly normal and renewing about the harvest season upon us. Somehow seeing dormant vines spring back to life and fruit start to ripen reminds us of the special place that agriculture has in the cycle of life and roots of Sonoma County.
Press Democrat readers comment on George Will’s column, Petaluma’s upcoming election, and more.
Should Brett Kavanaugh withdraw from consideration for a lifetime appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court? Should the Senate refuse to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee? The answers to those questions aren’t yet clear.
Ajit Pai, the Donald Trump-appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is mightily ticked off at California’s effort to impose network neutrality rules on the internet after he worked so hard to kill them.