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Seconds of Crime, Hours of Time
Opinion

Seconds of Crime, Hours of Time

If there is one phrase that should be banned from the English language, it’s “I’ll be just a second.” Seriously, what redeeming value does that phrase possess?

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Obama Administration Defends Embattled Health Care Legislation

To win the future, America will need to invest in future generations and make the kind of commitments and reforms that allow our nation to out-innovate, out-educate and outbuild the rest of the world.

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Health Care Federation in Jeopardy

The House of Representatives voted in favor of a bill last week that will reduce federal funding for Planned Parenthoods throughout the nation.

Opinion

Drunk Driving Destroys Lives, Draws Strict Scrutiny From Police

I don’t hate you. You may not believe it, but I don’t. You may hate me for the things I have to do to you, but it’s almost never personal. Almost.

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Court Ruling Puts Housing Plans on Hold

The state Court of Appeal ruled against the city of Santa Barbara last week, finding that the city’s approval of the Veronica Meadows housing project violated the city charter.