A rebuttal to commentary on the state's 'green energy scam'

California's green energy scam

The government just wants control of energy production

Dear 'sensitive receptors'

Anti-cannabis sentiments are rooted in bigotry

Who we are

Monterey Bay Community Power empowers communities through choice and savings

In need of change

Mr. Peschong continues to plague his constituents with next-door cannabis

Beware the shark

Leaders who don't listen to voters could take a bite out of your way of life

Alternatives are out there

Nuclear isn't the only non-carbon-emitting round-the-clock energy producer

The driver's seat to carbon-free

From city fleets to household transportation—electric vehicles are an important tool to help California lead on climate change

A convenient untruth

Renewable energy is only a part-time solution

Rescue me

We need to turn this ship around

I am undocumented

I am not illegal. I am not a criminal. I am a human being who yearns to be free.

Enslaving the future

Community choice energy isn't saving the future

Saving the future

Preparing for a post-Diablo Canyon SLO County

Real solutions

Focus and funding need redirection throughout the region for community wildfire protection

Shutoffs aren't the answer

Power utilities' new policy to prevent fires will cause more problems than it will solve

Our 'never again'

Cruel border camps for migrant children should outrage every American

Cost of resistance

Democrats are really to blame for the border crisis

Hot mess?

Nuclear fuel can be, and is, handled safely at Diablo Canyon

Clean energy obstruction

Atascadero needs to get on the community choice energy bandwagon

Neighbors from hell

Strength in compromise

Finding common ground and hope for Santa Maria, ground zero for national controversy over immigration

Hear for yourself

An open invitation to the Shredder: Come listen to us in Creston

The 'dunes of death'?


Right to choose

Sweet home California or Alabama, here we come


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Recent Comments

  • Re: A convenient untruth

    • Hi Mark, I'm not a nuclear hater and wish that Diablo would stick around a…

    • on November 12, 2019
  • Re: Dear 'sensitive receptors'

    • Will Reefer Madness never stop being the guiding light of all discussions of Cannabis/Hemp? How…

    • on November 2, 2019
  • Re: Anti-corporatism

    • Is the writer aware of the PUC - Public Utilities Commission? When I suggested utilities…

    • on November 2, 2019
  • Re: Dear 'sensitive receptors'

    • Thank you!

    • on October 30, 2019
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    • What range of costs should you expect to see in quotes for a solar panel…

    • on October 30, 2019
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