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  • Police Censorship Defeated — for Now

    The decision in Oakland to reinstate the Urban Dreams curriculum was a victory for social justice and a defeat for censorship.
  • Falling Out

    We were having lunch at my favorite arts and crafts festival and my brother decided he didn't like what we were ...
  • It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced last week that the recession is over. Excuse me if I don't start kicking up ...
  • I'm Okay; You're Not So Good

    I guess I wasn't home the day Katie Couric - or anyone else - called for my opinion on healthcare reform. ...
  • An Employers' Market

    At last, the public humiliation is over. Many of you know what I am talking about: the agony caused by having ...
  • The GOP's Decline-to-Win Strategy

    The California Republican Party has finally found a way to make its September convention in Rancho Mirage relevant. It's going to ...
  • Last of the Summer Whine

    In my book, August is almost as dismal and depressing as February. I know summer isn't over until Sept. 21, but ...
  • The Pickles of Wrath

    I am writing this from a bunker deep within the recesses of my house. Whether this dispatch will reach anyone before ...
  • Critiquing "Cash for Clunkers"

    Nearly six months after President Obama and the Democratic Congress passed a near-billion dollar economic stimulus package, the American people finally ...
  • The Griping Piping Plover

    STAR Tannery, Virginia - Though I grew up 10 minutes from the eastern coastline of the U.S., I probably spent less time there than most ...
  • Suze Orman for Governor

    I was an early and ardent supporter of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger but the compromises he made to achieve a "balanced" budget ...
  • The Single-Payer is the Taxpayer

    Saying "time is a wasting," to pass healthcare reform, senior White House Advisor David Axelrod dismissed efforts to reach consensus on ...
  • Rules of Tourism

    Since we are in the thick of vacation season and as a sort of public service, I think it's time we ...
  • Sonia versus Sarah

    Sarah Palin. Sonia Sotomayor. These two women have almost nothing in common except gender - and a little time in the ...
  • Palin Resignation Is Wasillogical

    Alaska Governor Sarah Palin shocked the nation Friday when she announced, abruptly, that she would vacate the Governor's Mansion on July ...
  • Speed Reading

    Are you reading this? Good for you! It's a dying art - or so it seems. It is with a certain ...

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  • News Media Ignores Black Protests

    Black demonstrators in Oakland and Berkeley are taking the reins of a movement and designing their own powerful protests against police violence. But the news media isn't interested.
  • West Oakland Councilmember Involved in House-Flipping Scheme

    Public records show that city Councilmember Lynette Gibson McElhaney, who represents a district impacted by gentrification, used her social justice nonprofit to finance for-profit house-flipping deals in Oakland.
  • The Fight For Safer Surgeries at Highland Hospital

    A group of anesthesiologists say the public hospital has failed to address major patient safety problems — and has retaliated against doctors for speaking up.
  • The McClymonds Football Nightmare

    After officials deemed a transfer student ineligible, an undefeated team lost its shot at the playoffs — and it’s the students from West Oakland who will suffer.
  • OPD Improves Handling of Protests

    The department has become more effective in dealing with demonstrations, and is doing a much better job than Berkeley police and the CHP.

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