In response to "Commission or no, arts need attention," Jan. 11: The editorial by The Signal questioning whether an arts commission would solve one of the many issues faced by arts-related nonprofits - which is fundraising - missed the mark.
As we approach the 36th anniversary of the disastrous Roe vs. Wade decision by our U.S. Supreme Court, please remember the 50 million babies who were not allowed to be born.
There was a place called Greed, which had five banks. One day R.R. and his CEO came to Greed and robbed all five banks.
I know all the fat cats own land along Golden Valley and can't wait to put up more muffler shops and nail salons as soon as the gazillion-dollar bridge goes up.
All I've heard all day (hopefully I'm just listening to and watching "the wrong" stations) is how ridiculous it is for Governor Schwarzenegger to suggest that when people who are on the government payroll don't do their jobs in a timely manner they don't get paid until they do so.
The sobriety checkpoint (Deputies stage DUI checkpoint tonight, January 9) that took place in Santa Clarita in January served to funnel limited state and federal grant money away from measures that have proven to be most effective in combating drunk driving.
Everybody seem very happy with the newly designated Omnibus Public Lands Management Act of 2009, including both our esteemed senators and Nick Staves.
As a member of the Santa Clarita Valley community and a patron of music education, it saddens me to learn about the cancellation of the 2009 R.K. Downs Jazz Festival at COC.
Each day I am more amazed and impressed with the Brian Charles essays leading up to the inauguration of Barack Obama.
Most recently, President George W. Bush has been giving interviews, as "he seeks to shape the view of his presidency on his way out."
So it happened again. Another motorcyclist killed because someone turned left in front of him.
I am happy to hear that Congressman "Buck" McKeon, our local wilderness champion, continues to work on our local land issues.
Apparently the Bush administration was warned two years prior to the mortgage meltdown that a crisis was imminent.
I can't believe John Castagna was called a know-nothing just because Paul Sibek doesn't agree with his opinions. We are all still allowed our own opinions in this country.
It is said that we get the government we deserve. I think that is definitely the case right here in the SCV.
Recently on my daily walk with the dogs I really noticed how much trash is being discarded on our streets and in the gutters.