First responders, roses and roadkill: this month’s letters to the editor from PRT readers.
The very same things that attract you to me (and, of course, me to you) will potentially drive us both nuts. It’s part of Odd’s Plan.
Recently a dear friend lost her mother. I sat idly by, hoping that I could help in some way. Then the text came. “Can you make a funeral cake?”
While the mainstream media and environmental propaganda machines grind out reports on the economic benefits of an industrial tourism economy, they never say specifically who benefits.
South 32 manipulated the Board of Supervisors to confer a demonstrable advantage to mining interests over community well-being.
Citizen engagement should never be an afterthought or merely a ‘check-the-box’ under open meeting laws.
South32 and the Supervisors, the joy of the Santa Cruz Singers, and “the Prius Factor”: this month’s letters to the editor from PRT readers.
Barbaric evil never ends unless it is opposed. To let monstrosity prevail without forceful response will murder not just you and me but, also, self-respect and hope.
Growing up, I thought my mother was uncultured and uncool. I look back on it all now and I’m sorry I wasn’t more grateful. I think she raised us well.
I finally put my Christmas decorations away, and it was only March 5. In my defense, it wasn’t still in the living room but strewn about in random boxes on […]