Sherman R. Frederick Marin’s favorite governor, Gavin Newsom, has a big decision to make -- with whom to replace U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris when she becomes vice president? A lot of “smart people” like the idea of Gavin appointing himself. I get that. But Gov. Newsom is a white guy (in case … [Read more...] about Sherman Frederick: Who replaces Kamala Harris?
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, November 8, 2020 @ 11 a.m. "I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or … [Read more...] about The Rev. Thomas Nibbe: ‘Content Whatever The Circumstances’
Dear editor, My Thoughts on the 2020 Election. For the last 4 days, I have been working for the Marin County Elections Department as a Chief Inspector and was in charge of the Novato Library voting center. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to many people. First to the … [Read more...] about Letter to the Editor: Job well done
Sherman R. Frederick Before Marin health officials impose travel restrictions on citizens, as they say they are considering for the holidays, they ought to remember this. It comes From Judge Daniel Ramcyk of the Second Judicial District Court: “The government’s response to COVID-19 has in fact … [Read more...] about Commentary: Where is the COVID-19 due process?
Sherman R. Frederick Some of the numbers bouncing around over the possible purchase of Inn Marin should trouble taxpayers in the extreme. County records show the facility’s estimated value is about $10 million. It was purchased for $12.4 million in 2017 by Dipak Patel and Rita Patel. They want … [Read more...] about Commentary: Big windfall for Inn Marin new owners
Nate Martin Writers on the Range Faced with COVID-19 and the collapse of Wyoming’s coal industry, Republican Gov. Mark Gordon said recently that the state might have to start abandoning small towns because there’s not enough money to maintain their sewers and streets. Sundance, Wyoming, is … [Read more...] about Commentary: Relying on fossil fuels
Sherman R. Frederick Novato Advance I don’t have anything against lawyers, per se. But, gudgawdalmighty, they can make the strangest arguments with the straightest of faces. Take the San Rafael lawyer who described himself as a “lifelong Catholic” and wrote an op-ed for the daily … [Read more...] about Commentary: Vandalism is vandalism — Don’t blame the church
the church staff at Union Church of Lima during the difficult Sundero Luminoso years (1990s) in Miraflores, Lima, Peru SA By the Rev. Thomas Nibbe Reformation Day --- Saturday, October 31, 2020 @ 11:00 a.m. "I'm not ashamed of the gospel because it is the power of God for the salvation of … [Read more...] about Sola Scriptura Sola Gratia Sola Fide
Jim Steele What’s natural On October 8th a resident of Pacifica California reported that two birds fell dead from the sky onto his deck. That would startle anyone and raise grave concerns. People began suggesting possible causes: a mid-air collision, West Nile virus, rat poison, wildfire … [Read more...] about I see dead birds
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe "...the One who is in you is greater than the one in the world..." (1 John 4:4) I invite you to pray with me... Lord Jesus, by … [Read more...] about Thomas A. Nibbe: What COVID-19 Can’t Do