The June 6 Opinion column by Carole Lutness ("Corporations, super-wealthy must pay their fair share") is simply more of the usual liberal drivel bemoaning the failure of proposals to raise taxes.
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Gary Horton's June 3 commentary ("Just move along folks..") attempts to tell readers how truly perfect socialist societies are.
A night sky, a cauldron for symbolic burning of student fears and presentations of original student work highlighted Saugus High School's 13th annual public reading and arts festival, hosted by the school's literary magazine class.
What do you call a year like Canyon had in 2008-09?
Brian Charles' story in Tuesday's Signal (June 16) mentioning a "revenue neutral" payment of perhaps $3 million annually, perhaps in perpetuity - in exchange for westside unincorporated communities being allowed to have some measure of local government - leaves me outraged.
Recently, the Legislature completed the traditional "House of Origin" deadline, during which literally hundreds of bills are voted on over a five-day period.
When you keep hitting "bumps" in the road, eventually you'll get to a point where you have to ask, "Is it the road's fault or the driver's?"
It seems like just yesterday
The past few days since the Lakers won the NBA championship, I have witnessed, on television, the antics of a few hundred morons who act like bottom feeders.
Frank Ferry certainly has an interesting take on low voter turnout.
Since no one ever spends serious money doing actual statistically sound polls around a Santa Clarita City Council election, the entire process since city formation stands fraught with apocryphal tales that achieve mythic status.
Drive out Highway 126 from Castaic Junction to the Pacific Ocean and take a good look at the orange and lemon groves, strawberry patches, flower factories, palm forests and avocado jungles that line the Santa Clara River. All told, that's a $700 million industry annually.
Jazz & Blues Concert Series
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.