Subject: Let Us Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, Legacy
Yesterday,the senior building where I reside in Chicago had a tribute to MLK event and asked residents of how he had an effect on them. I told the following story… Read More »
Subject: Proposed School Lunch Rules a Win for Kids’ Health
Ms. Woldow does an admirable job of educating us on the complex issues related to School Meals. It is essential to let the public know that stating the facts about Read More »
Regular readers know that I favor solving problems over talking about them. That’s why it’s frustrating to read stories about abuse of San Francisco’s short-term rental law when at least 75% of illegal rentals could be stopped with a single Read More »
In his final State of the Union address, President Barack Obama noted the creation of nearly 900,000 manufacturing jobs in the last six years. But America can do better. How? By two strategies that many are likely unaware of: Reshoring Read More »
Do you want your ham and eggs, California?
It is one of the oldest and most enduring ideas in our state: Government should provide everyone with a minimum amount of money on a regular basis. It goes back to the Read More »
The Senate Agriculture Committee has scheduled a markup of the Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) for January 20th; this legislation sets rules for federal programs like school lunch that feed tens of millions of children, most of them low income. For Read More »
As we commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, birthday and honor his legacy, we are confronted with many pressing issues: War, poverty, homelessness, economic inequality, racism, shootings and killings of African American men by police.
In San Francisco, we pride Read More »
As San Francisco faces another low turnout June election, the city’s progressives are trying to change this pattern. Seeking to win control of the city’s Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC), progressives are using June ballot initiatives to get their voters Read More »