When I wrote this week that the NFL and sports world were using Pat Tillman’s death for pro-war propaganda, I never imagined the outburst the piece would receive from the political right. The many readers who appreciated my analysis should Read More »
In November 2004, San Francisco voters will elect seven seats on the Board of Supervisors using ranked choice voting (RCV, also known as instant runoff voting). Proposition A, passed by San Francisco voters in March 2002, enacted ranked choice voting Read More »
“Kill Bill 2” has subtle nuances throughout its wonderful story line. No need to shout at each other – sometimes just a look is enough to put your point across. Of course Kill Bill 2 is a film – and Read More »
Imagine my surprise while shopping at Trader Joe’s in Emeryville this week, I overheard a young woman talking about the new Red Pocket CD! (I had just listened to them for the first time the other day!) Turns out it Read More »
When the outcome of the 2000 Presidential election remained uncertain weeks after the votes were cast, the media described this scenario as unprecendented in American history. The subsequent machinations that put George W. Bush in the White House were typically Read More »
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee voted 4-4 yesterday against legislation that would bar localities from restricting condo conversions. Based on the testimony, the entire purpose of the state bill was to preempt San Francisco’s condo-conversion limits.
With the Read More »