Our turn for what? In response to Kevin Buck's "Let's talk post partisan partisans" (Feb. 10, 2009): The last line of your commentary attracted my attention. To paraphrase President Obama, "We won ... it's our turn now." Your turn for what? To rip off the hard-working, tax-paying American citizen? That would make sense.
Friendly Valley Service Who: Richard L Churchill, a member of the United Methodist Church will be speaking at Friendly Valley Community Church (United Methodist). What: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to deliver a sermon? This Sunday is Laity Sunday; one of Friendly Valley's members, Dick Churchill, will deliver the message, "How Much Religion." All are welcome. When: 10 a.m. Sunday morning Where: 19246 Avenue of the Oaks in Newhall Contact: ...
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I am reading more and more letters from people who are hoping President Obama fails. What is wrong with you people? I will be the first to tell you that I did not support President Bush, or vote for him; however, I never wanted to see him fail! Wanting any president to fail is asking for the United States to fail. I was not in favor of the surge, but I backed the troops because ...
I know a lot of things can be done to ease the shock of job loss. One thing I have been thinking of that surely would help and at least show the people that the politicians are sincere.
Congressman McKeon's hit piece on the president's stimulus plan is laughable ("Stimulus or spending?" Feb. 15, 2009).
SOLVANG (February 20, 2009) - Fans lined up ten deep in some places along the 15-mile individual time trial route in Solvang to welcome world-class cyclists from 17 professional teams for the critical Stage 6 individual time trial of the 2009 Amgen Tour of California.
Here are the results of The-Signal.com's latest Reader Meter poll. The-Signal.com visitors cast a total of 399 votes from late afternoon Friday, Feb. 13 to late afternoon, Friday, Feb. 20, 2009. Question: "Do you look forward to the Amgen Tour of California cycle race Feb. 21?" * What's an Amgen? (28 votes) * No, don't like traffic disruption (163 votes) * Eh...no big deal (93 votes) * Yes, very cool (115 votes) Click here ...
No one was injured when two "bottle bombs" went off minutes apart on the College of the Canyons Valencia campus, one in a parking lot, and one in a roadway, at about 7:30 p.m. Thursday night.
Appleseed Shoots are scheduled at WES Thompson's Piru Rifle Range Saturday and Sunday and March 7-8, April 18-19, May 23-24, June 20-21, July 18-19, Aug. 22-23, Sept. 19-20, Oct. 17-18, Nov. 14-15, Dec. 12-13.
The Master's College will host the annual Creation Science Symposium titled "The Heavens Declare His Majesty" on Saturday featuring speaker Dr. Jason Lisle from Answers in Genesis.
Tesoro Adobe Historic Park presents "Mommy & Me: Tiny Tot Connection," a program to introduce parents and toddlers to the basics of social development, small motor skills, coordination, creative play and group activities.
The Defensive Driving Academy will hold classes in the parking lot at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Saturday and Sunday.
Academy Awards season has unfolded with alarming speed this year. The nominees were announced Jan. 22 and here comes the Oscarcast on Sunday. One month, start to finish.
After the screening of "Fired Up," one of my colleagues grimly observed that "Dead Man" was a better cheerleader movie. That was, you will recall, the 1995 Western starring Johnny Depp, Robert Mitchum, Billy Bob Thornton and Iggy Pop. I would give almost anything to see them on a cheerleader squad.
California Superstores Valencia KIA donated $2,500 to to benefit Rescues on the Runway - an animal rescue organization that saves dogs and cats from Los Angeles kill shelters and finds loving homes for them.
Soroptimist International of Santa Clarita Valley and Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley recently hosted a Soroptimist International and Zonta Dinner. The event is an annual gathering that has been held every January for many years. It allows the two clubs to socialize and work together on projects.
The start of the 21st century has brought with it an avalanche of international problems such as war, economic recession, nuclear proliferation, and rising global competitors. Although all these issues merit individual attention and consideration, I think the unrelenting rise of China presents the largest and most significant global challenge to the United States.
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