Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted October 28, 2014

Subject: Giant Memories Enjoyed the story by Peter Dreier, that any good baseball fan could tell was told by a real lifelong baseball fan.  No matter where you grew up back then, baseball became part of your daily ritual of
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To the Editor…

Posted October 28, 2014

Subject: SF Left Is rapidly dying Bay Guardian was it’s only real newspaper voice, KPFA has lost half their listeners in last decade, Chron’s hard left stance since 2000 has lost half their readers and a Chris Daly couldn’t get
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To the Editor…

Posted October 24, 2014

Subject: ACCJC Appeal Panel Biased and Disdainful Nice piece by Rick Sterling re. the current status of the legal case against the ACCJC. What still troubles me is that I haven’t heard that there’s any mechanism, even if City Attorney
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To the Editor…

Posted October 22, 2014

Subject: Nurse Briana Aquirre’s Courage on Ebola   Hi Briana: This is what happens when healthcare giver blows the whistle. www.judgehagleraccused.com First hospital demotes  whistleblower with false charges and reports them to the board.Then they corrupt whistleblowers’ attorneys etc.The law
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To the Editor…

Posted October 21, 2014

Subject: Yes on Soda Tax for Kids’ Cooking Classes   Great article, Katie Olender.  Proud to know an accomplished  young lady !   Phyllis Boyajian  
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To the Editor…

Posted October 17, 2014

Subject: Ted Gullicksen, SF Tenant Hero, Dies Thank you for the write up on Ted Gullicksen.  He was a family friend, and I lost touch with him over the years. Clearly he was champion in his field, and his loss
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To the Editor…

Posted October 14, 2014

Subject: Propositions A and B Proposition A does not guarantee timely bus service or address missing and late buses and bunching of coaches which have plagued the city for at least two years. Instead of the flawed Transit Effectiveness Project
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To the Editor…

Posted October 14, 2014

Subject: Think a soda tax is regressive? Try diabetes. Unfortunately this proposition furthers weight related stigmas. While I’m all for taxing junk, I’m not into increasing poverty by moralizing weight. Fat people, like myself have less earning power than our
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