Articles for the ‘Opinion’ Category
One day last week, March 5, was to all appearances, an ordinary day, but was significant in its own way. It was the birth date of the man who is said to have transformed the culture of Japan.
Pardon me while I pick up this air guitar and sing you a little song I borrowed from one Mr. Bob Dylan:
Call it a case of cabin fever — late February's famed for that. But since I can't flee to Cancun or any place else right now (well, maybe T or C), I'll content myself with writing about the ocean. That ought to cure this fever — especially if I take on the Arctic!
The letter from Socorro Electric Cooperative President Anne Dorough in the Feb. 19 El Defensor Chieftain was long on self-serving rhetoric but short on facts. I would like to point out a few surprises hidden in just the first section of this document.
And now, the news.
Your extended article about the sheriff's department in the Feb. 12 edition demands a response.
I was watching a video on the Internet last weekend. I can't remember exactly who it was, but I know it was of the singers du jour, and I'm not sure if the artist's name was one, or two syllables, or included a number.