This week’s edition of Looking Back at the Week contains articles, commentaries, columns, and other work by San Diego Free Press regulars, irregulars, columnists, at-large contributors, and locally and nationally sourced writers on Tommy Hough, Martinez vs Moreno, Fletcher vs Dumanis, Gomez vs Desmond, Soccer City vs SDSU West, CA recycling crisis, the homicide of Earl McNeil and lots of other grassroots news & progressive views from San Diego’s feisty, all volunteer, slightly funky, community news site.
San Diego Free Press Columns:
The Starting Line by Doug Porter
Christine Blasey Ford’s Letter Detailing Sexual Assault Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh
City Council District 6: How Can Hough Hew His Way Around An Incumbent’s Advantage?
San Diego’s City Council District 8 | Martinez vs Moreno: It’s Complicated
San Diego County Supervisor D4 | Nathan Fletcher vs. Bonnie Dumanis: A Critical Contest
San Diego County Supervisor D5 | Michelle Gomez vs Jim Desmond: It’s Time for a Change
City of San Diego Ballot Measures, 2018 General Election | Soccer City, SDSU West, or Bust?
Latinos in San Diego by María E. García
Celebrating Fanny Miller: Pioneer Spanish Language Publisher
Video Worth Watching by Rich Kacmar‘Bella Ciao (Goodbye Beautiful)’ – Marc Ribot, and featuring Tom Waits
This Is How Democrats (Women!) Win
Michael Moore: How The F*** Did This Happen?
Kavanaugh’s Accuser Is Credible. Will It Matter?
Former Senior Border Patrol Agent Speaks Out On Corruption
Brett Kavanaugh: No More Nineties Reboots, Please
Pascuala Ilabaca y Fauna – El Baile del Kkoyaruna
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large, National and Locally Sourced Contributors:
We Can All Be Accused Of Something, Says Kavanaugh Apologist
By Amy Zimet / Common Dreams
Women Remember Sexual Assault
By Democrat in the South / Daily Kos
California’s Recycling Crisis: China Doesn’t Want Our Trash Anymore
By Frank Gormlie
A Layman’s Guide to the Destroy Public Education Movement
By Thomas Ultican
The Miramar Air Show Glorifies War: Just Don’t Go
By Dave Patterson
Child Detention Funded with Cuts to Cancer Research, Head Start, and Women’s Shelters
By Julia Conley / Common Dreams
Earl McNeil Should Be Alive Today
By Geneviéve Jones-Wright