Celebrate Housing Justice!

Posted July 28, 2006 by Sara Shortt

San Francisco housing groups and community activists will celebrate the anniversary of the SF Housing Justice Movement on Friday. The event will be held a year from the date of the first Housing Justice Summit, where 80 housing groups came
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“MUNI, Siffermann…”

“MUNI, Siffermann…”

Posted July 27, 2006 by

Dear Editor… First, an overall thanks to everyone who contributes to Beyondchron, so we can get some actual (daily) news which isn’t either inspired by or censored by greed. And then, thanks for the article on how public transit can
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Hillary Clinton’s Downsized American Dream

Posted July 27, 2006 by Randy Shaw

On July 24, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton issued her “American Dream Initiative,” a policy agenda that will presumably be the centerpiece of her presidential campaign. Although Clinton is the current frontrunner for the Democratic nomination, her 20-page plan was relegated
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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired

Posted July 27, 2006 by Landon Dickey

Last week workers in San Francisco won a major victory through the passage of Tom Ammiano’s universal health security ordinance. The ordinance, which guaranteed coverage for the uninsured residents of the city, affirmed the mayor and Board of Supervisors’ support
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The Left Shall Rise Again! Chris Bachelder’s U.S.!

Posted July 27, 2006 by Randy Shaw

With tales of dysfunctional families and idiosyncratic characters now dominating American fiction, entire novels take place outside of any particular social tableau. Fiction that depicts people as shaped by the politics of their times, or that discusses social and economic
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Correction re Boxer’s 2010 Plans

Correction re Boxer’s 2010 Plans

Posted July 27, 2006 by

In our piece on the mythical LA-SF feud over the 49ers, we stated that Senator Barbara Boxer had announced she would not seek re-election in 2010. This statement was in error, and we appreciate the Senator’s staff pointing this out
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