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 women run, D2, D4, workers struggling, wanting to be heard, candidate canvassing, street scenes, The Jungle, Seize The King, 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
Are You Willing to Look Past Gavin Newsom’s Smile and Carl DeMaio’s Frown in the General Election?
San Diego Women Running for Office as Democrats
San Diego’s City Council District 2 | Republican Zapf vs Democrat Dr. Jen: Is a Change Gonna Come?
San Diego City Council District 4 | Cole vs. Montgomery: How to Make Black Lives Matter?
Video Worth Watching by Rich Kacmar
Superpod Of Common Dolphins In Monterey Bay
They Finally Made a Handmaid’s Tale for Men
Here’s Another Impeachment I Can Get Behind: Kavanaugh for Lying to Congress
President Trump Admin Took Millions From FEMA For ICE Detentions
From Classroom to Campaign – Taking the Next Step in Service to Community
Storm Surge Meets Virtual Reality Technology – The Weather Channel Animation
Paul Taylor Dance Company – Promethean Fire
San Diego Free Press Regular, At-Large, National and Locally Sourced Contributors:
In San Diego and Across All Seven Continents, #RiseForClimate Actions on September 8, 2018
By Jessica Corbett / Common Dreams
New California Law Could Force Hungry Humans to Eat Out of Garbage Cans
By Keith McHenry / Food Not Bombs
It’s Time to Talk About God | Dear Ohio, Part 9
By Joni Halpern
Street Scenes of San Diego | A Photographic Look
By Michael-Leonard Creditor
Medicare for All and the Myth of the 40% Physician Pay Cut
By Dr. Carol Paris / Common Dreams
Trump Blames Democrats After University Study Reports 3000 Hurricane Deaths in Puerto Rico
By Jake Johnson / Common Dreams
Climate Change, Clogged Drains, and Lorie Zapf
By Jordan Beane
Census Data: More Work, Less Pay for San Diegans
By Center on Policy Initiatives