Category: Nato Green

Introducing the softest politicians in the Bay this week

While Republicans set a low bar for corruption and incompetence, I don’t know how California can hope to win at…

2 months ago

Permanent minority rule

After Trump’s election, there was speculation about what would happen after a “Reichstag fire,” that would justify consolidation of authoritarian…

2 months ago

Scraping the bottom of the barrel to argue against rent control

In November, California votes on Proposition 10. Opponents have deployed arguments so bizarre they don’t pass the straight face test…

3 months ago

Area lobbyist predicts sky to fall

Last week, the Chronicle ran a hit piece about the Our City, Our Home ballot measure, headed for November’s ballot…

3 months ago

London Breed supporters have sketchy history supporting public housing

In June, Frisco native Jamilah King penned a widely-shared article in Mother Jones about the messy race politics of the…

4 months ago

Politics is kinda, sometimes, depends

It’s high time for six political lessons relearned this year. 1) Progressives usually lose when process fights are divorced from…

4 months ago

It’s time for the SF police union to bargain

You know how sometimes you have some esoteric technical knowledge, but people discuss the topic incorrectly and it makes you…

5 months ago

A letter to Senator Wiener about SB 827

State Sen. Scott Wiener made waves for Senate Bill 827, which proposed to answer the housing crisis by overriding local…

5 months ago