Category: Op-Ed

Don’t stereotype my community

Despite an ocean of negativity, San Francisco still has much to be proud of as Election Day approaches. Each of…

17 hours ago

The POA’s contract and our continuing nightmares

We thought the nightmares and trauma would have eased by now. After all, in the wake of police killings of…

3 days ago

Quit whining about bicycle clutter

If you’re wondering whether you’ve grown old, the litmus test isn’t your tolerance for loud music but rather how annoyed…

3 days ago

California mandates its way to an even worse housing market

California housing prices are through the roof. The state’s median home price is already more than double that of the…

4 days ago

Four new judges: A breath of fresh air

My first five minutes in court were a revelation. Law school prepared me to write motions, make oral arguments and…

4 days ago

The truth behind the POA’s reckless power grab

President Donald Trump may not be on the June ballot in San Francisco, but Trump-style politics are on full display…

7 days ago

The future won’t wait and neither can we

This week, cities across the country celebrated the sixth annual National Infrastructure Week by shining a light on vital infrastructure…

1 week ago

Proposition E threatens immigrant-owned businesses

Immigrant and minority-owned small businesses in San Francisco have long opposed the ban on the sale of flavored tobacco, but…

1 week ago