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At the beginning of 20th century, coincident with the rise of high technology and the advancement of science – the telegraph,... Continue

The bloodless and tepid response of the Democratic Party leadership to the existential crisis of the Trump-packed Supreme Court’s... Continue

Even if the Supreme Court does not nullify the 13th Amendment next year to again legalize slavery and involuntary servitude, Americans... Continue

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors has approved a $2.26 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023, which began July 1.  To give... Continue

Let’s be honest, there’s lots to think about these days. We’re bombarded with boisterous politicians throwing food at walls,... Continue

Our economy is contingent on continuous growth, consumerism, and monetary policy that facilitates such growth. Growth is a highly-loaded... Continue

By Loretta Susan Carr — “Hello, Susan? It’s Carmen. Call me back.” That message is saved on my answering machine, and when... Continue

Chapter 37: 1947 • Minnesota ~ Dad’s first trip back to the family farm was for his mother’s funeral ten years prior. He and... Continue

Do you postpone, then grit your teeth, and steel yourself before diving into preparing data for your tax return? Don’t feel alone.... Continue

What’s fresh, and a delicious recipe for sauteed escarole Winter, if we can call it that in the amazing Sonoma Valley, does slow... Continue

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When PG&E isn’t burning down the countryside or settling lawsuits, it’s promoting cleaner, cheaper, less-flammable power. The... Continue

Years ago my coworker and friend said a couple of things that have come back to haunt me in light of where Republicans and the Supreme... Continue

At the Community Center, we’re in the midst of planning our annual MUSE gala – and it’s gotten me to thinking about this notion... Continue

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