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Can’t stand the smell of bad gas taxes? Join the petition to repeal it!

Head over to this website if you want to take steps to help repeal the highest gas tax increase in California history. No CA Gas Tax In case you aren’t hip to the B.S. that is the recent gas tax … Continue reading

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Think your rent is bad? Odds are good it’s going to get worse

Seems like rents are astronomical in Humboldt County, even though we’re not in the same stratosphere as urban centers like San Francisco, L.A., and San Diego. A common complaint in Humboldt County is that those darn pot growers are takingĀ  … Continue reading

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Humboldt Bay Firefighters’ Union can’t stop complaining, Pt. 2

Yesterday, we detailed how the firefighters’ union decided to tell a little fib to put the . (Let’s note here that, in our opinion, using the suspension of a life-saving program to try and grab more money for themselves seems … Continue reading

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Humboldt Bay Firefighters’ Union can’t stop complaining, Pt. 1

Sure seems like the only time the Humboldt Bay Firefighters Union makes headlines these days is through complaining about established and logical Humboldt Bay Firefighters, or by just downright lying. They even manage to do both in the same number … Continue reading

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CA Bill which protects dangerous felons “playing a dangerous game”. (Part 2: What’s at stake for CA)

A reader just emailed this over to us after going through our last post: an interesting look at just what is at stake for California should Trump come after us for defying his authority. Yikes! Here’s the full article, by … Continue reading

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CA Bill which protects dangerous felons “playing a dangerous game”

Below, find an interesting piece from Friday’s Times-Standard which focuses on State Senator Kevin de Leon’s SB 54, which would prohibit California law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration forces. Making the State a sanctuary for the deserving Now, we’ve … Continue reading

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The true cost of CA gas tax – the State’s numbers just don’t add up

Does the recently passed gas tax devoting $57 billion to our roads seem to good to be true? Well, that’s because it is. While poring over a whole heck of a lot of information on SB we came across an … Continue reading

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County of Humboldt announces that local residents are too stupid to know where the ocean is

Holy moly! What with all of the serious issues pervading Humboldt County the last few years, we were beginning to wonder if our County Government is controlled by a bunch of idiots. But, thankfully, it turns out that the people … Continue reading

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Top Humboldt “environmentalist” continues to fight for marijuana, not environment

With all of the chatter surrounding the Board of Supervisors revising the Measure S tax on marijuana this past week, it would have been easy to miss some of the more subtle political undercurrents swirling around marijuana’s attempts to go … Continue reading

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Former Crescent City Harbor Commissioner Accused of Sexual Harassment

A former Commissioner of the Crescent City Harbor District, and current Director of Rural Human Services, has been named in two separate accusations of sexual harassment. Scott Feller, the accused, lost his position on the Harbor Commission in last year’s … Continue reading

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