By Brent E. Beltrán
This week’s edition of Looking Back at the Week features articles, commentaries, columns, and other work by San Diego Free Press regulars, irregulars, columnists, at-large contributors, and locally sourced writers on: preemptive pardons, Lies in America Week, Wreck and Run health care, the Del Mar Death Track, Junior Hunter’s troubles, Herbert Siguenza, resisting foreign intervention, and lots of other grassroots news & progressive views from San Diego’s friendly, neighborhood, all volunteer, slightly funky, community news site.
San Diego Free Press Columns:
The Starting Line by Doug Porter
It’s ‘Lies in America’ Week
The GOP’s ‘Wreck and Run’ Health Care Plan
It’s Off to the Races at the Del Mar Death Track
Just How Safe is Congressman Duncan Hunter’s Job?
Video Worth Watching by SDFP Staff
Summertime – Miles Davis & Gil Evans (2 takes)
Ayn Rand – How is She Still a Thing?
The Best Fox News Explanations for Trump Jr.’s Russia Meeting
Seven Years Of Republicans Promising An Obamacare
You Don’t Want to Look In There …
Trump’s Voter “Integrity” Commission
Angélique Kidjo featuring Branford Marsalis – “Lonlon (Ravel’s Bolero)”
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large and Locally Sourced Contributors:
In Congress This Week: July 17, 2017
By Indivisible 49
Herbert Siguenza: Melding Cultures
By Mimi Pollack
Progressive Candidate Gayle McLaughlin Speaking in San Diego
From Our Revolution North County
Veterans Call on U.S. to Sign Nuclear Ban Treaty
By Brian Trautman, Gerry Condon and Samantha Ferguson
UT Editorial Peddles School Privatization Agenda
By Thomas Ultican / Tultican
A New Grand Pedestrian Promenade Through Downtown San Diego?
By Michael-Leonard Creditor / UrbDeZine
The Right to Resist Foreign Intervention and Domestic Collaborators
By Frank Gormlie