To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted December 7, 2016 by

Subject: 60 minutes hitjob Did you really think that CBS would air anything critical on the Trumpster’s anti-ADA position?  Frankly, Scott Pelley and Major Garrett are, in my eyes, FOC Trojan horses – their pro-Trump reporting and lack of journalistic
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Is SF Making Progress on Homelessness?

Posted December 6, 2016 by

One year ago, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced the city was creating a new Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (hereafter DHSH). While Director Jeff Kositsky and DHSH did not formally begin until last June, the new department brought
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60 Minutes Slams ADA, Boosts Trump Agenda

Posted December 6, 2016 by Lainey Feingold

On December 4th, 60 Minutes aired a 13 minute story on “drive by lawsuits” under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The segment, which followed a puff piece on Paul Ryan, questioned lawsuits filed by three lawyers, two of them being
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SF SRO’s at Risk

Posted December 5, 2016 by

Planning Commission to Decide SRO’s Future On December 8, the San Francisco Planning Commission will hear a case seeking to reverse the city’s 36 year history of protecting single room occupancy hotels (SROs). Six hotels with 214 residential units seek
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Wedging Trump

Posted December 5, 2016 by Leighton Woodhouse

Anthony Scaramucci — his friends call him “the Mooch” — is a blow-dried, gold ringed hedge fund trader straight out of Central Casting. Last summer, when Donald Trump dismissed finance people like him as parasitic swindlers who “move around papers,”
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SF Chronicle Moves Left

Posted December 1, 2016 by

David Talbot to Replace Nevius C.W. Nevius retires from 36 years at the San Francisco Chronicle today. Once a sportswriter, Nevius became San Francisco’s version of Boston’s Mike Barnicle or New York City’s Pete Hamill—-he was the voice of San
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