Letters to the Saddlebag Notes

After reviewing a long-standing policy prohibiting Letters to the Editor, the Saddlebag Notes staff has decided to create a space for resident commentary both in print and on the website. Due … Read more

Most of us don’t like speed bumps, but many of us like to go too fast. There is a way to eliminate the need for more speed humps which disrupt a smooth drive, potentially damage vehicles, and … Read more

SaddleBrooke has a brand-new public forum for opinions, discussions, and observations. For the first time SaddleBrooke residents can submit Letters to the Editor potentially for publication mo… Read more

Letters to the Arizona Daily Star

In the minds of those of us who are honest, sound-thinking members of this country's citizenry, comparing the Obama Family White House to the Trump Family White House comes to one conclusion: Read more

Some Presidential Democratic contenders want to politicize the student loan crisis by cancelling 44.8 million students loans totaling $1.56 trillion dollars. The average student loan debt at p… Read more

So, on a recent visit to Southern California, I was reading the L.A. Times and when I got to the comic Read more

I am saddened that Alice Homola felt a "slap in the face" for being denied the ability to watch (on ABC, CBS, NBC) the Capital Fourth celebration on TV. Sad, because a tiny bit of research wou… Read more

I am a senior citizen , I am on Medicare and I live it. Still today, I pay into Medicare as I did during my working career. Everyone that is working is also paying into Medicare. Yet, the prog… Read more

I was appalled by the official group photo of world leaders at the G-20 Summit. It used to be that the U.S. President, as leader of the free world, was usually flanked by U.S. allies, like the… Read more