Lynne Winner: Knight’s Financial Choice Act vote generates questions

Your June 9 article in The Signal on your new banking bill caught my attention. I remember how devastating the financial crash was in 2008 to many Americans. While many lost their retirement savings,...

By Jonathan Kraut: Forecast for a more blue SCV

The massive residential development called Newhall Ranch celebrated a victory last week in one of what has been a long round of battles over building – or not building – the project planned from...

Brian Baker: Socialized medicine: You’re for it or against it

On June 15 The Signal published a column by Steve Lunetta entitled “In search of elusive compromise” in which he tries to rationalize his support for government-run health care by claiming that “compromises” could...

Gary Horton: Fidget spinners show America’s future

Recently overlooked in the lame-stream media were the profound implications of a small plastic object pinched between Barron Trump’s thumb and index finger. As the First Family descended Air Force One, Barron grasped a “fidget...

Gary Horton: Seeing through my father’s eyes

As my soul slides down to die. How could I lose him? What did I try? Bit by bit, I´ve realized That he was here with me. “My Father’s Eyes” - Eric Clapton My father. Argh. Driving along Wilshire Boulevard the other...

David Hegg: Dads, don’t let your children grow up to be …

Back in the day, during one of my occasional detours into country music, I became a fan of the old T.R. Dallas tune “Momma Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys.” And,...

Dr. John MacArthur: University campuses no longer safe for Christians

The ceremony at Arlington Cemetery on Memorial Day this year came as a calm in the eye of the political hurricane. It was filled with remembrances, testimonies to courage, bravery, and sacrifice – along...

Anne Marie Whalley: Wanted: honesty in governance

I attended the Steve Knight town hall meeting held recently at Canyon High School, and I was very surprised by the attitude of most people in attendance. Some questions asked were of importance, and...

Steve Lunetta: In search of elusive compromise

Aren’t you fed up with this by now? We seem to have become so narrowly focused and polarized in our views that real and important change does not happen. “My way or the highway” appears to...

Ruth Baker and Peggy Stabile: The need for civil discourse

After reading Noah Peterson’s column “A town hall Knightmare” published June 9 in The Signal, we feel compelled to respond. We are proud Democrats and we must agree with Mr. Peterson that the chaos that...