Chipotle Cultivating Violence, Not Integrity, Activists Say

Posted June 9, 2014 by Wayne Hsiung

Over 30 Protesters Converge on Corporate Festival, Disrupt Keynote Speaker The tens of thousands of Bay Area residents who streamed into the Chipotle Cultivate Festival this past Saturday were greeted with a surprising sight: dozens of animal rights activists with
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Dark TV

Posted June 6, 2014 by

  I’m not sure when TV turned into the grizzly, macabre and explosive juggernaut we have before us today. Perhaps it was before the dawning of shows like the X-Files in the 1990s, the brutal bludgeoning of the Sopranos, or
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The World Cup Exposes Brazil’s Injustices

Posted June 6, 2014 by Bianca Jagger

On June 12th the World Cup kicks off in Brazil; the country has been beset by protest in the run up to the tournament. Last year up to a million people demonstrated across Brazil: protesting the vast expense of the
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Lack of Funding is the Real VA Scandal

Posted June 3, 2014 by

As the firestorm about wait times at VA facilities continues, political representatives from both parties insist that waits must be eliminated for veterans seeking care. Now that Republicans have succeeded in forcing the resignation of Secretary of the Department of
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Mark Leno Gets It Done

Posted June 2, 2014 by

Mayor Lee, tenant groups, organized labor, tech, Latino organizations and other elected officials all helped win State Senate passage of SB 1439, the Ellis Act reform bill. But it was Senator Mark Leno great legislative skills that made the difference.
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