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“Comisery”–Review

Posted June 9, 2020 by

Admittedly, life under coronavirus lockdown is not material readymade for comic treatment.  The new Web Series “Comisery” attempts to solve that problem by using the need for sheltering in place as the basis for a science fictional apocalyptic dark screwball
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Chesa Boudin is Failing the Tenderloin

Posted June 2, 2020 by

SF’s “Progressive” DA Ignores Public Safety Crisis Impacting Poor, Working-Class Drug dealers have overwhelmed the Tenderloin. And San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin remains silent. A District Attorney concerned with racial and economic justice should be denouncing City Hall’s endangering
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Chaos in Streets Hurts Trump, GOP

Posted June 2, 2020 by

Voters Will Blame Trump I’ve seen a lot of  social media posts connecting the street protests sweeping America with Nixon’s 1968 election victory. The idea is that voters respond to instability by choosing authoritarian leaders. The fear is that Trump
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Housing Advocates Mobilize!

Posted May 19, 2020 by

A Golden Age for Housing Advocacy? Last week was huge for housing. Nationally, the House- passed HEROES Act includes $100 billion for rental assistance, $11.5 billion in emergency shelter grants, and a broad, uniform eviction moratorium. Even more important, as
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SF’s Flawed $438 Million Bond Proposal

Posted May 19, 2020 by

Bond Fails to Prioritize COVID19 Priorities Mayor Breed’s proposed $438 million “Health and Recovery Bond” raises serious questions about city priorities. Much if not most of the proposed spending does not meet COVID-19 needs. The Board of Supervisors must revise
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