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 the dirty games behind keeping local electricity dirty, Hurricane Irma, #BlackOutNFL, AB805 and a broken SANDAG, Medicare for all, our unsheltered human crisis, the war on unions, 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
Hurricane Irma: Bringing Out the Stupid in Florida
#BlackOutNFL: Pro Football Has Lost Me and I’m Good With That
Assembly Bill 805, Mending a Broken SANDAG, Heads to Governor’s Desk
Let the Medicare For All Debate Begin!
Press Conferences on Homelessness In San Diego: Another Way of Saying “Let Them Eat Cake”
Video Worth Watching by SDFP Staff
Hurricane [from Hamilton: An American Musical]
What Will Happen to Undocumented DACA Doctors?
Farewell Cassini : Saturn Photographic Animation
Edie And Thea: A Love Story
Is Calling the President a White Supremacist Out of Bounds?
A Lament for Michael Brown Echoes On In St. Louis
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large and Locally Sourced Contributors:
Issa and Hunter’s Staffing Merry-Go-Round
By DWeisman / Escondido Grapevine
The Heat Is On: How Climate Change Is Making Western Wildfires Worse
By Sher Watts Spooner / Daily Kos
Tom Steyer’s Message on Climate Change Comes to San Diego
By Celeste Oram / SanDiego350
Why Black Pride Makes Sense
ACLU Challenging Warrantless Border Searches of Phones and Laptops
By Hugh Handeyside & Esha Bhandari / American Civil Liberties Union
Trump’s DACA Deal: The Art of the Double Cross
By Mark Sumner / Daily Kos