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    Liberal bias of the media

    When addressing objectivity vs. liberal bias in the media, one issue deserving of focus is the selection and priority of news coverage. This morning as I opened Google News, the top story, reasonably I might add, was the sinking of the ship off the Korean coast. However, the other "top stories" ...

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    Boudreaux gets job done

    Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux is getting the job done. In his short time leading the department, he has shown his leadership ability and style, aggressively protecting the citizens of Tulare County. He has hired more deputies on the front lines, and they are patrolling the communities and...

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    Outsource this job

    At a time when there are city budget constraints, our mayor's timing and choice to hire a public relations spokesperson at the cost of $125,000 appears to be the mayor's entitlement on the backs of the taxpayers.

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    Painful reality of rodeos

    I do hope the 100th anniversary of the Clovis Rodeo will be an epiphany of sorts, to raise the veil on its true stripe of manufactured abuse inflicted on defenseless animals who are forced into painful gyrations and contortions for the sake of "gawkers" who find this "entertainment" so delightful.

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    Earth Day celebration

    Earth Day, the world's largest secular holiday and the only event celebrated by more than a half-billion people of all backgrounds, faiths and nationalities, is sponsored by many national and international organizations.

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    Wells is man of character

    I attended the Fresno City Council Forum in January and I heard Mike Wells express his values and concerns regarding the needs of District 7. Since the forum, I have had the opportunity to talk with Mike at several functions and have found him to be a man of character, closely tied to his community...

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    Smith serves community

    I would like to express my support for Steven Smith for Fresno County Superior Court judge. I met him as a young lawyer in 1993.

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    More renewable energy

    Of the 17.2 tons of carbon dioxide that each American produces per year, about 4 tons comes from transportation and 5 tons from household gas and electricity. While some hybrid vehicles would cut transportation CO2 production in half, most of the household electricity comes from coal-fired plants.

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    Keeping Clovis beautiful

    Whenever I walk to catch the Clovis Stageline bus, I always pass a quaint "island" sandwiched between Fifth, Bullard and Dewitt avenues right across from the Masonic Lodge. Almost triangle-shaped and covered in rosemary bushes, there is a bench and right across from the bench is a plaque dedicated...

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    Another hit to farming

    The gravitation toward groundwater management plans as addressed by The Bee is simply another pathway for more regulation and more fees without a solution to the state's surface water dilemma. Like water, the makers of water policy will gravitate toward the path of least resistance and what could...

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