David Hegg | The Rest of the Story

I am just old enough to remember one of the all-time great radio newsmen. Every day in his News and Comments, Paul Harvey would bring

Arthur Saginian | An Exercise in Futility

On Feb. 25 The Signal printed my letter entitled “Dogpile on Kerchner,” wherein I characterized Rob Kerchner and declared his “numbers” to be largely symbolic

Bill Lyons | What Happens After the Barrel?

I enjoyed Victor Corral Martinez’s article (Jan. 24) about recycling food waste. It prompted me to wonder about Santa Clarita’s overall recycling program. Every trash

Paul Butler | Truth at work

Last week there was a conference I really wanted to attend but it sold out almost immediately.  The conference was titled: “Truth Matters,” which got

Ron Singerman | Ironic Juxtaposition

This is in regard to Ms. Lois Eisenberg’s letter to the editor, May 13, “Where Has the Grand Ol’ GOP Gone?” Coincidentally, it was directly

Rick Barker | Back to Biology Class

Despite what some people would like us to accept nowadays, human beings, based on their chromosomes, are either female or male. That is a biological