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: terror and white supremacy in Charlottesville, SB17, Tricky Dicky’s resignation, Not One Penny, Republican election shenanigans in 2020, district elections in Carlsbad, filmmaker Isaac Artenstein, two totally different school board meetings, 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
California’s Senate Bill 17: A First Step Toward Fixing Our Other Big Drug Problem
Thoughts on the 43rd Anniversary of Richard Nixon’s Resignation
“Not One Penny” Aims at Rep. Issa in Campaign Opposing Tax Cuts for the Wealthy
Canceling the 2020 Elections and Other Republican Voting Schemes
A Tragedy in Charlottesville: What Will It Take to Stop the Neo-Nazis and Their Enablers?
Video Worth Watching by SDFP Staff
A Song for the Sea Pig – Featuring the Kronos Quartet Republican Hypocrisy – What If Obama Said It?
Trump TV – an Uncanny Prediction by Keith Olbermann
President Truman Talks ‘Fire and Fury’
Border Patrol Boost – Been There, Done That, Let’s Not Do It Again
Facebook Isn’t Free
Sun Ra on Nuclear War – If They Push That Button, Your Ass Gotta Go
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large and Locally Sourced Contributors:
A Tale of Two Very Different School Board Meetings
By Thomas Ultican / Tultican
Will District Elections Loosen the Grip of Carlsbad’s Old Guard?
By Richard Riehl / The Riehl World
Isaac Artenstein: Telling Frontier Jewish Stories
By Mimi Pollack
A Manual for a New Era of Direct Action
By George Lakey / Waging NonViolence