Will Clinton Reject and Denounce Endorser’s Homophobia?

Posted April 30, 2008 by Randy Shaw

As recently as mid-March, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were arguing over health care, NAFTA, Iraq, and which candidate could best deliver progressive change. But the campaign’s tone has since changed, with major emphasis now placed on the social views
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Prop E Fight Reveals More About Newsom than Supes

Posted April 30, 2008 by Paul Hogarth

San Francisco voters will soon receive slick mailers funded by PG&E that urge a “no” vote on Proposition E – calling it a “power play” by the Board of Supervisors. We’ve heard the Mayor and his allies argue this before
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Dems to Wimp Out Again

Posted April 30, 2008 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

With most of America solidly opposed to the war, Democrats in Congress are about to hand George Bush, one of the most unpopular presidents of recent history, his biggest Iraq spending bill ever: $108 billion plus a bridge fund of
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“I Heard That” — Black-on-Black Violence

Posted April 30, 2008 by Rochelle Metcalfe

KEEP HOPE ALIVE! Proud, inspired the day of January 17, 2008 in line at the San Francisco Westin Hotel on Union Square, to greet and embrace Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama, to tell him how proud I was of
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Obama’s Switch; Newsom Running for Governor …

Obama’s Switch; Newsom Running for Governor …

Posted April 30, 2008 by

To the Editor: Paul Hogarth’s column about Barack Obama going on Fox “News” repeatedly mentioned that Obama has not changed his positions in order to be electable, unlike Hillary Clinton. This is not true. Obama used to support the Palestinian
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Obama Had to Go on Fox News

Posted April 29, 2008 by Paul Hogarth

The liberal blogs and MoveOn.org are apoplectic that Barack Obama went on Fox News this weekend. Obama had refused for 771 days to go on the right-wing news outlet after they lied about his past, so to his crowd of
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Public School Advocates Demand Help from Rainy Day Fund

Posted April 29, 2008 by Jacqueline Tomco

With teacher layoffs coming in two weeks to San Francisco public schools, nonprofit leaders and residents pressured public officials to release more money from the city’s Rainy Day Fund at a meeting last night in the Mission. “Public education is
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