March 30, 2016
Published by the Sacramento Bee
March 18, 2016
Re: “ Potent problem: Fentanyl, a deadly drug used to spike heroin and cocaine, returns to O.C. ” [Front page, March 16]: Published by the Orange County Register .
January 24, 2016
This promises to be a pivotal year for taxpayers. With special interests and their allies gearing up to push for tax increases at the November ballot box, we will see whether Californians have had enough or will give the green light for more spending.
December 22, 2015
Published by the Vista Press on December 22, 2015
November 12, 2015
What is more important to you and your neighbors? Better roads for your commute or a high-speed train to San Francisco that continues to escalate in cost? If Sacramento politicians have their way, that answer would be high-speed rail despite ominous signs.
November 11, 2015
Published by the Vista Press on November 11, 2015
June 25, 2015
Recently, legislative Democrats approved the final California state budget for 2015-16 with Gov. Jerry Brown’s blessing. While there are some things to like, such as increased funding for K-12 and higher education, there were many provisions that I could not support.
June 11, 2015
At the same time that Californians want clean energy, they want it to be affordable and reliable. Wind does not always blow, the sun does not always shine, and these sources are more expensive than traditional ones.
June 10, 2015
Re “Hash oil burns are exploding danger” (Page 1A, June 7): Hudson Sangree’s article underscores the need to crack down on illegal hash oil labs. Published at The Sacramento Bee
March 12, 2015
Desalinated water makes sense for coastal California cities, especially for those in Southern California. The Huntington Beach project is a key component to the region declaring its independence from drought conditions and reducing its dependence on statewide water sources.