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Tagged with: Chronicle

Friends don’t let friends buy a Tesla

Should we encourage Elon Musk's Twitter behavior by continuing to fund his major source of income and wealth?

So now I am an ‘election denier?’

A bizarre attack from the neoliberal front pretends that the mayor is popular, there was no district gerrymandering, and the progressives are like Donald Trump. A new low.

Screen Grabs: Two Mexican heavyweights go big

Iñárritu and Del Toro aim high with "Bardo' and 'Pinocchio.' Plus: 'Dos Estaciones,' 'There There,' and 'The Menu'—new movies!

None of the district attorney’s supporters care about allegations of a major ethical breach

The law? What law? Rules? What rules? When it's about political power in SF, it doesn't seem to matter.

Breed’s messaging undermines her own goals, including a critical Muni tax measure

Plus: Limits on cops' military hardware, long delays in Ethics audits, and a farce of a Housing Plan gets a hearing. That's The Agenda for Oct. 30-Nov. 6

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

The Chron says the city is broken. Now what?

The Establishment paper can't blame the Establishment that has been running SF since the Gold Rush. Are the Powers That Be turning on the mayor?

Police racism, police violence, a hiatus on the Amazon tax ….

... and gee, they are so nice in Sacramento. Guess that's why the landlord lobby keeps on winning.

Equity study for luxury housing didn’t delay a single unit by a single day

City Planning Department documents confirm that Preston efforts to prevent displacement never limited any new housing (despite what the Chron says).

Again, the Chron misses the (critical) point on housing

Zoning rules aren't stopping construction, period. It's all about capital and finance—so blaming affordable housing activists is wrong.