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OF ATTACK DOGS, EGOS, FOOD FIGHTS AND RED LIGHTS

August 31, 2011

It appears there will be no opposing statement in the voter’s pamphlet for Proposition 3, the one sponsored by the city of Monroe that asks voters a rather goofy question about what they want to do in 2013 with the devil cameras from hell, not what they want to do with them now.

That opposing statement has been killed evidently. Went down in the boiling acid of bad blood and fiery-tongued arrows of insults.

Sabotage!


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ONE MAN WHO SAYS MEDIA NEVER TOLD US THE WHOLE TRUTH DURING DEBT CEILING WAR

August 05, 2011

After reading Paul Begala’s piece at the end of July, we’d have to agree the Sky Valley Chronicle is probably, along with many other news joints, guilty as charged with never providing any (or enough) historical context during the infamous debt ceiling war in Washington.

Enough context so that voters understood what the hell was really going on and how the nation had arrived at that bizarre point in history.


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A FOOL’S GAME:
Waiting for Wall Street to
invest in Main Street
How governments can break free from a system designed to make them
weak and dependent


July 26, 2011

By John David
Special to the Sky Valley Chronicle


There’s a war on the future. Who’s paying the price?

Main Street suffers as Wall Street thrives.

In the last decade, Washington shifted its bets overwhelmingly in favor of multinational Wall Street banks.

The excesses of Too-Big-To-Fail which led to the crisis of 2008, have been reinvigorated by Much-Too-Big-To-Fail since consolidation was fast-tracked and regulation was side-tracked.


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HEY, WHO STOLE AMERICA'S WAGES?

July 12, 2011

Editor’s Note: this piece was originally published during the week of July 4, 2011.

By John Burbank


This week we celebrate our nation’s 235th birthday. That birth was announced in the Declaration of Independence, which asserted that “…. all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.


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KICK EM’ WHILE THEY’RE DOWN POLITICS
By John Burbank


May 26, 2011

You'd be hard-pressed to find a better example of "kick-em when they're down" politics this year than the workers' compensation legislation rushed through Olympia on Monday (May 23).

By the governor’s own estimate, the bill will take about $1 billion that injured workers would have received over the next five years, and give it to their employers instead.


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