I love this picture. It captures the sheer joy of Little League. The kid is Andrew Meyers who plays in Ross Valley. Photo by Rod Miles. There are several leagues in Marin. We at Marinscope are happy to publish results. Compile and send via email to Derek Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pictures … [Read more...] about Sherman R. Frederick commentary: Days of summer baseball
Sherman R. Frederick It’s amazing what a little recall will do. Suddenly, Gov. Gavin “I’m all about science” Newsom is pushing for the faster elimination of mask wearing in California -- perhaps as early as June 15. At least that’s what he told Fox LA’s Elex Michaelson on … [Read more...] about Sherman R. Frederick: The governor’s no mask epiphany
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, May 9, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m.MOTHER'S DAY On this very special day we acknowledge the role our mothers have had in our lives. Our moms have loved us and shown us how to love ourselves and others. Our mothers are … [Read more...] about Tom Nibbe Sermon: Mother’s Day
Sherman R. Frederick Sherman R. Frederick Marinscope What’s going on at the Novato Unified School District? They first announced that they must -- must! -- close an elementary school. They put everyone through the pain of picking one to kill off, and then when the selection is finished they … [Read more...] about Commentary: Is the Novato Unified School District failing?
If Gov. Gavin Newsom gets recalled, blame the French Laundry affair. The governor attended a birthday party there (with lobbyists no less) after ordering everyone else to mask up and socially distance. The moral of that story is voters hate a hypocrite. And, Gov. Newsom compounded the … [Read more...] about Commentary: How do you feel about Gov. Caitlyn?
Sherman R. Frederick Of all the modern presidents, the one that made the most sense to me about immigration is … wait for it … George W. Bush. Now I know “W” wasn’t exactly everyone’s cup of tea, but hear me out. President Bush articulated a sensible policy that embraced the long … [Read more...] about Commentary: A little order at the border
(A note from the Rev. Thomas Nibbe: “You are most welcome to join us for the series of Sunday's on the Book of Ezekiel at 9:45 a.m. @ Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1165 Seville Drive in Pacifica, CA. Lutheran Coffee will be served by all attending. Before, go to "marinscope" and "marin local … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: The One who is within you
Sunday, April 18, 2021 @ 9:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The Rev. Thomas Nibbe "...when all this comes true---and it surely will---then they will know that a prophet has been among them..." (Ezekiel 33:33) "...when we pray to God we must be seeking nothing---nothing... we should … [Read more...] about Nibbe Sermon: Ezekiel on Steroids
Sherm Frederick In case you missed it, 69% of Marin folk are now vaccinated. The news comes from County Supervisor Damon Connolly's chatty newsletter, which I enjoy reading. Here's the opening blurb, which gives us the good news. Dear Friends, As of April 13, over 69% of Marin residents … [Read more...] about Commentary: Here’s good news, 69% of Mariners are now vaccinated
Sherman R. Frederick/Publisher Sherman R. Frederick I don’t know why it’s taking so long to admit that we have an unmanaged crisis on our southern border. The new administration’s immigration policy (whatever in the world it is?) hasn’t fixed a thing, as illustrated by the brutal picture at … [Read more...] about Nightmare on the border