Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor…

Posted March 27, 2018

I was very disturbed by your article about Prop. D, the housing measure.  Those of us in the Early Childhood field have had to beg for years for increased funding.  Perhaps those who are supporting Proposition C, Universal Childcare) are
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To the Editor…

Posted February 22, 2018

Subject: SF Judge Who Tried to Kill Rent Control Faces Election Challenge Dear Mr. Shaw, This news about Judge Karnow is robust even by my standards, which include being friends, and working with Jose Morales during our Ellis Act eviction
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To the Editor…

Posted February 14, 2018

Subject: All-Star Field in East Bay D15 Assembly Race Hello Mr. Shaw, Your article on the D15 Assembly candidates did not reach your stated goal of “An Alternative Voice for the City.” And it failed to provide “a resource for
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To the Editor…

Posted February 9, 2018

Subject: SF Puts the Safety of Gentrified Neighborhoods First I wholeheartedly agree with this article!  Car breakin’s are rich people problems!  I’ve had my car broken into at least 15 times in the last few years and vandalized twice.  But
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To the Editor…

Posted February 8, 2018

Subject: RE “The War That Never Ends (For The U.S. Military High Command) And It’s Not The War On Terror,” By Danny Sjursen   Editor, RE “The War That Never Ends (For The U.S. Military High Command) And It’s Not
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To the Editor…

Posted February 1, 2018

Subject: “Frustrated Over Homelessness” Randy Shaw is absolutely right about the unfortunate role of the federal government, which is to blame for the massive cuts in housing programs. But although I agree that it is important during this election year
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To the Editor…

Posted January 25, 2018

Subject: SF’s Twisted Racial Politics Nice article on the machinations behind the choosing of an interim mayor. Having lived in San Francisco the last 27 years, I was very disappointed to hear and read Ronen’s words. Her tone and content
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To the Editor…

Posted January 23, 2018

Subject: Why a Successful Union Organizer Thinks Traditional Organizing Is a Lost Cause You ought to take a look at the down side to top down “union organizing.” What kind of an organization does it lead to: democratic, autocratic, oligarchic?
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