Today’s parade down Market Street honors the most surprising SF Giants team of the three recent World Series winners. Many teams claim that “nobody believed in us but ourselves,” but in the Giants case it was true.
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When Pablo Sandoval caught the third out making the Giants World Series champs, my first thought was “We are all so blessed to be San Francisco Giants fans.” Our team won its third World Series in five years with a Read More »
Tonight, the San Francisco Giants seek to do something the franchise has never done: win a World Series Game 7. The Giants have plenty of experience losing game 7’s: 1912, 1924, 1962 and 2002.
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The San Francisco Giants are once again in the World Series. I’ve been watching the games on TV, but I’m not rooting for them. As a kid, I was shattered when my team, the New York Giants, moved to the Read More »
Heading into the November elections, you could be forgiven for assuming the GOP hold on Kansas isn’t going to loosen. The home base of the Koch brothers, the state has become a poster child of Tea Party Republicanism, toeing the Read More »
On Friday October 17, The New York Times ran a story entitled “Controls Poor at Hospital, Nurse Says.” It featured comments by a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, the hospital that is now ground zero of concern Read More »
“Workforce housing” seems like a Mom and apple pie issue in San Francisco. Doesn’t everyone favor increased housing opportunities for the nurses, teachers, police officers, and similar professions that the term has come to represent? Yet Miriam Axel-Lute of the Read More »
Iraq war veteran Omar Gonzalez’ recent assault on the White House has led the press and pundits to focus on White House security failures, which, most recently has led to the resignation of Secret Service Director Julia Pearson. Sadly, there Read More »