Robert Price

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    SOUND OFF: Why is McCarthy featured in ads for our webcast?

    Reader: Does Congressman Kevin McCarthy, or his campaign, pay for the "First Look with Scott Cox" advertisements in The Californian? — Elizabeth Schanzenbach Price: As I’m sure you’ve already guessed, the answer is no, but your question...

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    SOUND OFF: Health page shouldn't support unhealthy habits

    Reader: The Californian's daily page labeled "Health" should be changed to "Studies to Support Unhealthy Habits." Once in a while there is a report on a study that might encourage a healthier lifestyle, but most of the time there is...

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    SOUND OFF: How dare a state agency tattle on a private citizen

    Reader: Since when does a state agency CALL THE NEWSPAPER and give private information about a person's taxes to the paper? ("State: GOP firm owes more than $46,000," May 29) And I do not want to hear that it was to correct an error....

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    ROBERT PRICE: A bad day becomes remarkably unifying

    And now comes the blowback. From social media: How dare that Bakersfield family with the now-famous cat attempt to exploit a dog bite? From online story commenting: What gall to try to monetize 10 fresh stitches in a child's leg. And now...

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    SOUND OFF: When journalists are asked to reject their instincts

    Reader: Regarding the Sunday Forum article by Fresno State journalism professor Marc Edge ("In climate debate, fairness trumps objectivity," May 18), responding to Lois Henry's recent column ("Let's at least keep climate change debate...

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    SOUND OFF: Will taxpayers be raising this Mother's Day baby?

    Reader: What's wrong with this picture? When I opened up the paper today (May 12), the very first story is about the first a baby born on Mother's Day to Emily Castro, age 20. For the life of me I cannot understand why The Bakersfield...

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    SOUND OFF: Search for killers differs from search for deception

    Reader: In the May 5 Bakersfield Californian, buried at the bottom of page 18, in the Nation section, were two brief articles that, in my opinion, should have received a little more visible coverage. They certainly received more coverage...

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    ROBERT PRICE: Congressman? Nah, Valadao says he's an ordinary farmer

    My sample ballot arrived in the mail early last week. There were a lot of blank spots where candidates' names should have been because several incumbents are running unopposed. One is Congressman Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield. He will...

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    SOUND OFF: Good news, bad news, even on religious holidays

    Reader: On Easter Sunday, of all days of the year, you decide to publish the "kill" number of animals in the shelter in the last year. Can you not do this on a day where a majority of religions spend the day rejoicing and not put this on...

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    SOUND OFF: Does the Bible beseech us to read the newspaper?

    Reader: I was really disappointed in your newspaper today (Sunday, April 20)! Not one mention of Easter! I'm seriously thinking of canceling my subscription! -- Mary Ureno   Price: I'm sorry we didn't meet expectations, but I...

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    SOUND OFF: Enough lies! Sic BLM on border and leave rancher alone

    Reader: I'm calling about your article in today's (April 15) paper in the Opinion section about the Nevada showdown by Debra Saunders ("Nevada showdown: All hat, no cattle"). I want to say it's a shame that you are printing lies and...

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    SOUND OFF: Even Tulsa shares our eco-wacko tendencies

    Reader: Wow-ee! What a load of eco-wacko baloney on the front page of the Sunday (April 6) paper -- "Study: Spikes in toxicity rarely recorded." The Californian, in sympathy with ultra-left activists, hits us with a scare-tactic assault on...

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    SOUND OFF: Yep, we would have put ACA's failure on page 1

    Reader: I'm real concerned that you buried the Affordable Care Act on page 23 ("More than 7 million enroll under Affordable Care Act," April 2) and you have the front page for GM ("GM: We've changed") and I was wondering which one had more...

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