Protesters march through Vacaville,
call for reform
Counter protest expresses support for police
Two scenes played out along Merchant Street late Wednesday morning.
In front of the Vacaville Police Department, a group of more than 50 protesters gathered for a Black Lives Matter rally before marching down to Shasta Drive and back to protest the recent killings of Black people at the hands of police officers and to call for changes within the police system.
Closer to the edge of City Hall, a small group of counterprotesters gathered to encourage support for police officers.
Despite being of vastly different sizes, the two scenes served as a microcosm of the tensions facing America as it heads into the early summer months of what has turned out to be a very tumultuous year.[..Read More]
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Build new industries
Shared from the 4/30/2020 San Francisco Chronicle eEdition
By Marianne Haas, Berkeley
Regarding “Blind workers on a roll making toilet paper at San Leandro plant” (April 27): It is sad that it takes a pandemic to give more jobs to blind people. However, I am glad that the need for jobs for people with disabilities is finally coming to the forefront. This is an example of why manufacturing jobs need to come back to the states or new industries need to be created.
Such new industries can add to what we already have. Factories could make hemp clothing, as industrial hemp was signed into law by the president. Of course, investors and companies need to buy into these concepts. So, they have to benefit more from the new industries than from the old ones. These new industries can also help us be less dependent on other countries.
Spering delivers impassioned plea for ‘common sense’ Covid-19 pullback
FAIRFIELD — Michelle Guerra stood outside the county government center Tuesday morning calling for the Board of Supervisors to open Solano back up for business. “They’ve got the data; there have only been four deaths in Solano County; we’ve done a great job (in social distancing),” Guerra said. “Now it’s time to open Solano County [...Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Writer criticizes from sidelines
Teddy Roosevelt’s remarks at the Sorbonne in 1910 come to mind today: “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena . . .”[Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Worries over voter suppression
The Solano Republican Party focuses on educating citizens of all parties about election-related issues. A primary concern is that due to “glitches” at the DMV or VoteCal database, voters have had their party affiliation changed, or have been removed from the voter rolls entirely. People have come to trust us as an organization who educates,....[Read More]
March 30, 2020
Concerns over the global coronavirus pandemic may have led to a much smaller gathering than usual, but passers-by were quick to honk their horns in support of a local gathering commemorating National Vietnam War Veterans Day....[Read More]
To Our Vietnam War Veterans,
Thank you for your service.
Solano County Republican Central Committee