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You know I been Team Amy McGrath. From what little I know about the retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel and, say, her vision re: foreign policy and national security (which minces no words where standing up to aggressive foreign powers is concerned, for instance), I think she would be a fine choice to unseat […]

The DREAM Lives

Nice try. Now back it up. Today the Supreme Court of the United States surprised again, after it ruled on another eagerly anticipated decision, one concerning the Barack Obama-era DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) American immigration policy, which since summer 2012 has provided close to 700,000 (known) young DREAMers respite from deportation. Swinging toward […]

San Francisco, 3.21.20

A day later, California Gov. Gavin Newsom echoed the shelter-in-place ordinance that Madam Mayor London Breed announced in San Francisco last Monday, but for the entire Golden State and its 40 million residents. Food providers (farmers’ markets, grocery stores, and the restaurants that can manage it) may stay open. Ditto gas stations, pharmacies, and food […]

The Time Is Right Now, #SanFrancisco

Well aren’t I glad I didn’t spend my money on the midterms. The running idea was to support non-insane, worthy-of-continued-nurture-and-guidance candidates in Georgia, Florida, and Texas (and anywhere else such a person was running) – nothing for California because California didn’t need my jack – but, in the end, I didn’t invest in that way because […]