Enjoyed your article Sara..you are so right..Republicans do not know who they are anymore and the Democrats are no different but they mock Republicans.
Who is trying to stop this drug epidemic in Monterey county? Did you know 95% of the crimes in this county are drug related.
I love Kingfish..I saw him play with Buddy Guy in Carmel. He’s very talented.
ICE is a federal agency that protects this country. California needs protection on it’s people because the Democrat politicians won’t keep us safe in a sanctuary state.
Monterey city council wants to take away the parking for the airbus riders in downtown for affordable housing. Where are the riders going to keep their cars while out of town?
What is going on with these school districts?
In 2017, the Monterey city manager’s office quietly removed it. A new plaque was installed celebrating Garnett’s design of the Great Seal, and leaves out his Confederate legacy. Why did they quietly remove it because the SPLC was behind it. The SPLC likes erasing history that we should be…
Neil Kitchens was the only Republican running for district 30 in 2018. It is so ironic that the Democrats are trying to get him locked up for voter fraud when this county has gotten caught for voter manipulation and corruption in 2018 and want to sweep it under the carpet.
Why is Monterey county making a big deal deal out Ã¢â‚¬Å“Big Little LiesÃ¢â‚¬ movie just because it is filmed in Monterey county? You would think this is the only time that a movie has been made in this area the way they are flaunting this movie.
Why are segregating women of color? We are not crayons, we are all Americans.
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