Discrimination is Not a Choice: No on V

Posted October 30, 2008 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

A little over ten years ago, the San Francisco School Board stopped allowing the local Boy Scouts to use free meeting space in the schools because it had a stated policy of discrimination against our LGBT community. Two years ago,
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Feedback on Prop V and Prop H …

Feedback on Prop V and Prop H …

Posted October 30, 2008 by

Editor: Morgan Sparks says that “reprehensible acts” associated with JROTC — threatening opponents of the program and the lives of school board members, forcing students into the supposedly “volunteer” program, beating cadets for “ritual punishment,” fingering teachers for having anti-war
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The Season’s Most Ridiculous Campaign Mailer

Posted October 29, 2008 by Randy Shaw

This political season has seen many deceptive local campaign mailers, with several attributing a sense of absolute power to San Francisco progressives that they only wish they had. But the most ridiculous and politically counter-productive mailer appeared in Berkeley, and
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“No on 8” Must Stop Desperate Conservatives

Posted October 29, 2008 by Paul Hogarth

Randy Shaw has predicted that an Obama landslide will more likely deter conservatives from voting than liberals—helping to defeat California’s Proposition 8. But while the last poll has Prop 8 narrowly behind, there’s also a dangerous “enthusiasm gap.” Supporters view
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