Compiled by Brent E. Beltrán
Starting today San Diego Free Press will publish a new column every Sunday morning called Looking Back at the Week. This new column will feature links to articles from the previous week from SDFP and our sister site OB Rag’s regular and at-large contributors including Doug Porter, Frank Gormlie, Jim Miller, Ernie McCray, John Lawrence, Anna Daniels, Junco Canché, Brent E. Beltrán, and others. In case you missed their articles during the week this will be your chance to catch up on what they’ve been writing about.
This week’s edition features articles on the minimum wage increase, the Federal Reserve, immigration, DeMaio flush with Koch and Tea money, SDFP and OB Rag receiving awards, the OB community plan, two Junco toons, Jews speaking out against Gaza offensive, The Orphan of Zhao, Neighborhood House, and more.
San Diego Free Press Regular Columns:
The Starting Line by Doug Porter:
Darrell Issa Leads the GOP Charge to Exploit Refugee Children
San Diego Becomes Largest US City to Pass Minimum Wage Hike and Earned Sick Days Policy
San Diego’s Overlords Seek Overturn of City Council Vote Raising Minimum Wage
DeMaio Campaign Lines Up at the Money Fountain for Both Koch and Tea
Under a Perfect Sun by Jim Miller:
What Kind of City Are We? It’s Time to Raise the Minimum Wage
From the Soul by Ernie McCray:
Junco’s Jabs by Junco Canché:
Film Critic Kim Jong-un Gives The Interview a Bad Review
The MinuteKlans Seek New Recruits
Geo-Poetic Spaces by Ishmael von Heidrick-Barnes
San Diego Free Press Regular and At-Large Contributors:
Does the Federal Reserve Print Money?
By John Lawrence
Teachable Moments: Grappling with Immigration as a Reflection of Ourselves
By Michael Cheno Wickert
The Orphan of Zhao: “Who wants to be another man’s equal? … To be powerful, one must be feared”
By Alejandra Enciso Guzmán
Jewish Voice for Peace San Diego Condemns the Israeli Offensive in Gaza
By David Deutsch, Jonathan Graubart, and Avital Aboody
Summer gardens coming on strong in San Diego!
By Susan Taylor
OB Rag Articles:
The Story of How Community Planning Came to O.B. – Part II
By Frank Gormlie