Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted May 23, 2016

Subject:  RE President Obama’s Visit to Vietnam President Obama’s visit to Vietnam heralds Vietnam’s and the U.S.’ further healing between both nations. The tragic Vietnam War killed untold millions of Vietnamese and more than 58,000 Americans, unleashed bombardments by B-52’s
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To the Editor…

Posted May 17, 2016

Subject: Chief Suhr: Stay or Go? At first, I thought the action of the Hunger Strikers to replace Police Chief Suhr was a tactical error..  The mayor would just appoint someone for the same old, same old.  Maybe, they should
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To the Editor…

Posted May 12, 2016

Subject: Article about Trump Randy, Thank you for the incisive article about Trump and why he ultimately will lose the Presidency. I am doing all I can to get out the vote this election cycle and stop Trump, the most
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To the Editor…

Posted May 10, 2016

Subject: SF College Faculty Strike for Justice I appreciate Carl Finamore’s article on our struggle at City College of SF. The larger political context he provides is important to know and remember. Only by resisting the corporate reformers publicly, with
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To the Editor…

Posted May 10, 2016

Subject: Can Sanders Keep the Political Revolution Alive? Assuming Clinton is the nominee, I suggest Sanders meet with Clinton and demand some conditions for his full support of Clinton’s campaign.  If Trump becomes president partly because he failed to fully
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To the Editor…

Posted May 4, 2016

Subject: SF’s 5 Most Influential People–historical take Hello, How about Art Bierman, anti-HUAC organizer as well as key person in the SFState Strike, 68-69.  Led by students of the Third World Liberation Front, that state-wide controversy resulted in SFSC establishing
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To the Editor…

Posted April 26, 2016

Subject: Right to Camp Just wanted to say that I don’t know why you couldn’t try to work w/ Avalos to tweak his proposal.  Certainly giving 15 day notice is something you would agree to – I hope.  Also, providing
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To the Editor…

Posted April 26, 2016

Subject: Support for Camping Will Doom SF Progressives Jane Kim is being disingenuous to call her proposed transfer tax increase a “Mansion tax” as the vast majority of any funds she thinks are available will come from office buildings, not
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