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› tredmond@sfbg.com There's a certain brilliance to the Proposition 90 campaign, perhaps more than the right-wing ideologues who conjured this up even realize. The measure...

Static shock

Sam Shepard's The God of Hell: wake up and smell the bacon

Defeating Pombo

EDITORIAL One of the half-dozen worst members of the United States Congress represents a district less than 50 miles from San Francisco. Republican Richard...

A real war on crime

OPINION Once again, with their backs against the wall, Republicans are attempting to stave off political defeat in November by playing to Americans' fears...

The attack on public housing

OPINION If the Bush administration has its way, conditions for San Francisco's public housing residents are about to get much worse. The San Francisco Housing...

Democratic madness

By Tim Redmond The Democratic County Central Committee can sometimes be a zoo, but it's no joke: The endorsement of the panel gives tremendous credibility...

It’s criminal what Congress has done to the working poor

OPINION Congress's Republican leaders belong in prison. They have openly violated one of our most basic laws, the 68-year-old Fair Labor Standards Act. It...

Shackling the tax man

How the Bay Area's wealthiest benefit from Republican control of the IRS

Whew! What a Best of Party last night!

What a splendid Best of Party last night at Club Six down in the inner Mission in San Francisco. Almost all of this...

Playing hardball in the Presidio

EDITORIAL When Rep. Nancy Pelosi began peddling her plan to privatize the Presidio back in the 1990s her chief weapon was fear: If the...

Don’t fear the t-word

EDITORIAL The attack ads started almost the moment Phil Angelides won the Democratic nomination for governor, and they'll continue until November, funded by Gov....

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> tredmond@sfbg.com I saw the (somewhat) glorious past and the rather dubious future of the Democratic Party last week in Little Rock, Ark. Not the...

What happened to our Web site?

By Tim Redmond Well, the simple answer is that we're still not sure -- but there's some indication that we were socked by a denial-of-service...

Lame campaigns

By Tim Redmond The polls have the Democratic primary for governor way too close to call, with some showing Westly moving up and some suggesting...

Dastardly dailies

The Chronicle does its regular election-season hit pieces on the most liberal candidates

From ANWR to SF

OPINION For more than a decade, the oil industry and environmentalists have fought over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska. At...

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› tredmond@sfbg.com I was sitting peacefully at home, watching the final episode of The West Wing, which my partner describes as "liberal porn,"...

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› tredmond@sfbg.com I was sitting peacefully at home, watching the final episode of The West Wing, which my partner describes as "liberal porn,"...

Oh, Marc…

The secret fantasy straight from the deepest, darkest part of every mad shopper's heart -- your favorite designer opens a boutique right down the...

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› tredmond@sfbg.com EDITOR'S NOTES I've been having mixed feelings about this Matt Gonzalez for Congress thing. I mean, I was one of the first...

Inside the belly of the dog

A blog on his birthday for Sasha

The lessons of East Timor

Chega, the 2,500-page, recently completed final report of East Timor's Commission for Reception, Truth, and Reconciliation, will probably attract little notice in the United...

Noise: The Guardian’s new music blog

Our SXSW recap and much more.

NOISE: SXSW, fantasy softball, part 3

OK, I swear, this is it. Enough SXSW, already. We gotta move on. So let's get it out of our system, down on blog,...