Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Neighborhood in San Francisco

 I sit here housesitting in the peace and quiet of a neighborhood I have never spent time in nor thought to.  I’ve been in the Bay Area since 1980.  I have driven by this part of San Francisco hundreds (maybe thousands?) … Continue reading

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Stand UP for Democracy

What better place to feel the power of democracy than at the local level. We have 85,000 local governments in the United States that are comprised of democratically-elected officials.  A short Wiki description of the word democracy states:  “a system involving … Continue reading

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Local Democracy IMMEDIATELY!

City College’s Board of Trustee’s Should Be Restored

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