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If SoCal wants to secede, who is stopping it?

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I think sleaze — and the appearance of sleaze — is a defining progressive issue

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Lee needs to reign in the "Run, Ed, Run" campaign

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Gay youth aren't over the rainbow yet

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Selling off the Department of Recreation and Parks

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Yee and Avalos — right now, today — are doing the things they need to do to emerge from a crowded pack

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The Wall Street Democrat-Progressive split has created an unsustainable Democratic party

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No way! A bill that would allow cities to raise taxes is moving forward

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Despite news stories reporting otherwise, landlords have it pretty good here in San Francisco

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Osama's death will mean little in Iraq and Afghanistan

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Assessing the mayoral candidates -- the squishy center and all 

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The labor movement scores a win for the city

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Forget the Mayan calendar -- what is going on in 2011?

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We can't entrust our environment to private business

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The real issue in the Housing Element isn't density — it's affordability

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Taxing the rich never seems to be on the table

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What happens when Twitter goes public -- and its employees get very, very rich?

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There are some nice concepts floating around for bringing in more city revenue

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But somehow, it's all your fault. You are the ones bleeding the resort dry.

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Warren Hellman says the rich are undertaxed

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San Francisco has cut hundreds of millions in city spending -- but we haven't asked the rich to give up anything

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I just solved the state's budget crisis -- and Jerry Brown should start drinking heavily

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Jerry's picnic table and cell phone crackdown got all the budget cut press

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I worry so much about the poor rich