Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted June 24, 2015

Subject: A Moratorium on SF Jobs? Randy Re Housing on West Side; i.e. Richmond District San Francisco is a peninsula. It can only take so much growth.  If you believe job development, population growth, housing is a good thing go
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To the Editor…

Posted June 22, 2015

Subject: An Ode to the Gay Best Friend I am a gay man, and if anyone referred to me as their ‘gay best friend’, I would consider that a homophobic statement. Really? How incredibly offensive. I’m glad Ms. Haberman has
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To the Editor…

Posted June 22, 2015

Subject: The SF Examiner’s Real History The Examiner’s headline would make you think that the whole 799 mile pipe line was blown up. In the first paragraph it said a 2 inch hole was discovered in the pipe line… I
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To the Editor…

Posted June 22, 2015

Subject: The Fang Family and the Examiner I appreciate the yellow journalism expose and anyone who doesn’t know Rosebud needs to see Orson Welles portrayal of William Randolph Hearst in Citizen Kane.  How many people beside Gray Brechin know that
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To the Editor…

Posted June 8, 2015

Subject: housing wars article Randy, I enjoy your articles and usually you are on point, but if you want to gather consensus for affordable housing in the mission district, quit race baiting.  In you recent article regarding housing wars, you
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To the Editor…

Posted June 2, 2015

Subject: Why Police Kill So Often? Because They Can! Check out the Guardian series this week for a realistic assessment of the numbers of civilians killed by police in the US.   Bill Langton  
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To the Editor…

Posted June 2, 2015

Subject: Magic (Disappearing) Bus I know that I make a lot of trips by bicycle in San Francisco that I used to use the bus for.  In recent years, that’s probably true for a lot of people because of vastly
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To the Editor…

Posted May 31, 2015

As a long time resident in the Beverly Grove area of Los Angeles, I am appalled at what is happening to a great neighborhood.  The tearing down of historic, beautiful buildings and putting in “boxes” is a shame and those
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