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The Guillotine of Our Time

On May 6, some of the most influential and wealthy individuals of our country gathered in front of cameras, making their way past protestors and up red carpeted stairs to flaunt their opulence in [...] Continue Reading

That Giving to the Whole Spirit 

We see you. Yes, we do! We see you on your college campuses risking your lives to protest the atrocities in Gaza, the genocide of the Palestinian people, and the outrageous and unjust U.S. support to [...] Continue Reading

A Mystery to Me

Try as I might I cannot comprehend the current political world: the state of public opinion, the blame for this direction, the drought of honesty and integrity of one party, the concern re diminished [...] Continue Reading

From the Editor

Should Biden Run for Reelection? When Joe Biden arrived at the White House in 2021, I felt that two big changes took place in our society: First, instantly the craziness and dysfunctionality of [...] Continue Reading

Progressive, Local/Independent News

The June 2023 Issue of the Community Alliance is now online You can read the print version of the paper at the link below. This is a .pdf of the June 2023 Community Alliance newspaper. There are [...] Continue Reading

A Shameful Need

A  code of ethics for the judges of the Supreme Court of the United States should not be necessary, but obviously it is. Sooner rather than later. In fact, we don’t need a code to tell us there [...] Continue Reading

May 2023 Final

You can read the print version of the paper below. This is a .pdf of the May 2023 Community Alliance newspaper. There are features that allow viewers to increase the size of the pages for easier [...] Continue Reading

Last Chance CSU Fresno

In a fall football classic more suited to a Netflix season finale than Election Day, Fresno State pigskin boosters fumbled their Measure E sales tax proposal and took a classic fall in November. But [...] Continue Reading

Recall Supervisor Nathan Magsig

By Linda Tubach Fresno County Supervisor Nathan Magsig has led the Fresno County Board of Supervisors to decide to sue the State of California to stop the replacement of S— Valley’s racist and [...] Continue Reading