Until his recent arrest, nearly all Bay Area media other than Beyond Chron protected Leland Yee. Here’s why.
It’s amusing to now read the many news stories about Leland Yee’s long history of “undiscovered” pay to play politics. The media Read More »
Big Soda loves to proclaim that any government regulation of sugary drinks would take away consumers’ “right to choose” the beverages that are best for themselves and their families. Soft drink companies position themselves as defenders of “free choice”, but Read More »
Legal aid attorney Phillip Morgan, who likely has represented more public housing tenants in San Francisco than anyone, is retiring. As an attorney for Bay Area Legal Aid, Morgan fought for housing rights with countless clients over the course of Read More »
I am teaching and don’t have as much time as I would like to read for detail. However, Netflix, Reed Hastings I have a question: School boards and teacher’s unions are structures, though imperfect, which by debate and compromise can Read More »
I have lived in Richmond since 1998. When I heard about Richmond Standard, I checked it out twice. I found it less informative than any other source of information about the town, which includes Richmond Confidential, La Voz, The Pulse, Read More »
I actually agree about everything here. A good balanced and important article. And that\’s not always the case with Mr. Shaw’s articles but here he hit it on the nail.It’s very true.
This feedback was sent by:michael pedersen from Albany, Read More »
You can bet that as many republicans are tarnished too. It is shocking, the depth of corruption and dealings with the underworld that goes on.
This feedback was sent by:jean balibrera from san francisco, california
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On March 31, Eleven states will hold holidays celebrating labor and Latino Leader Cesar Chavez. A new film Cesar Chavez: An American Hero, starring Michael Peña as Cesar Chavez and Rosario Dawson as Dolores Huerta opens in cities across the Read More »