Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted September 28, 2014

Subject: Talking Back to Big Soda
This article is not unlike the other articles Dana has written.  Dana blames “big bad corporations”  for every problem she sees, and sees more government intervention in private lives as the only solution.
If
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To the Editor…

Posted September 25, 2014

Re: Huge Global March Shows How to Win the Climate Fight: At the Grassroots
The great late Sen. Paul Wellstone of Minnesota wrote a book about building grassroots organizations called THE CONSCIENCE of a LIBERAL. It was a roadmap to
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To the Editor…

Posted September 23, 2014

Subject: Bay Area Joins Fight for Climate Action
Thanks much for covering the local climate actions, speaking of fighting against the status quo. In keeping with it’s policy of steering far clear of anything important or useful there wasn’t a
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To the Editor…

Posted September 9, 2014

Subject: Next Steps for UN Plaza Night Market
Food trucks, in my experience, are too pricey. Whether they represent gentrification or not, they are not accessible to most people. Do you remember when Food Not Bombs served free food in
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To the Editor…

Posted September 3, 2014

Subject: Do Slate Cards Matter?
Slate cards is usually nothing more then a politically paid
advertisement. In the 1970s, there was a political hack named Rev. Ray
Broshears. He claimed he represented several organizations with
different names. However, it was
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To the Editor…

Posted September 2, 2014

Subject: Auto Return & SFMTA
Randy,
I just read your article on Autoreturn and find it very infuriating that SFMTA, a city agency which we as the public fund with our tax payer dollars, is turning around and price gouging
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To the Editor…

Posted August 28, 2014

Subject: SF Cuts Homeless Outreach
The cutback dates include the Thanksgiving holiday and weekend, traditionally a time of increased concern for the homeless and those without housing. It is also a period when increased stress results in additional needs for
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To the Editor…

Posted August 26, 2014

Subject: ‘Whose Schools? Our Schools’: Chicago Students Rise Up
The biggest problem in Chicago is the union for the 21st century.
There are just too many teachers who are not qualified or kept up with the latest teaching standards. Because
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