Mayor’s Spin on Crime Is Confusing, Contradictory, and Misleading

San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks during a news conference outside of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco, Calif., on March 17, 2021. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Mayor’s Spin on Crime Is Confusing, Contradictory, and Misleading Published Epoch

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Mayor’s Spin on Crime Is Confusing, Contradictory, and Misleading

San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks during a news conference outside of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco, Calif., on March 17, 2021. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Mayor’s Spin on Crime Is Confusing, Contradictory, and Misleading Published Epoch

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Critical Race Theory Makes It Easier to Manipulate Young Minds

Demonstrators gather in front of Los Alamitos Unified School District Headquarters in protest of critical race theory teachings in Los Alamitos, Calif., on May 11, 2021. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Critical Race Theory Makes It Easier to Manipulate Young

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Critical Race Theory Makes It Easier to Manipulate Young Minds

Demonstrators gather in front of Los Alamitos Unified School District Headquarters in protest of critical race theory teachings in Los Alamitos, Calif., on May 11, 2021. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Critical Race Theory Makes It Easier to Manipulate Young

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In Not-So-Brilliant Move, San Francisco Spends Over $60,000 Per Homeless Tent

July 2, 2021 via The Epoch Times San Francisco supervisors are all shook up! They just learned that they are spending about $61,000 per year to put a tent over a homeless person’s head, and they are not going to be reimbursed by

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In Not-So-Brilliant Move, San Francisco Spends Over $60,000 Per Homeless Tent

July 2, 2021 via The Epoch Times San Francisco supervisors are all shook up! They just learned that they are spending about $61,000 per year to put a tent over a homeless person’s head, and they are not going to be reimbursed by

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Could California’s Wildfire Season Impact the Governor’s Recall Election?

June 28, 2021 By Tony Hall High-ranking California Democrats have been pushing to accelerate the timeline for the Gov. Gavin Newsom recall election, hoping to schedule the contest before the governor potentially faces more political trouble in the fall. On June 10, the Democratic

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Could California’s Wildfire Season Impact the Governor’s Recall Election?

June 28, 2021 By Tony Hall High-ranking California Democrats have been pushing to accelerate the timeline for the Gov. Gavin Newsom recall election, hoping to schedule the contest before the governor potentially faces more political trouble in the fall. On June 10, the Democratic

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Here We Go Again: Gavin Newsom’s $12 Billion Fix for California

May 12th, 2021, via Epoch Times By Tony Hall Now that the Recall Newsom Campaign is gaining some serious momentum, our governor has devised yet another one of his classic smoke-and-mirrors plans to once again try to fool the public

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Here We Go Again: Gavin Newsom’s $12 Billion Fix for California

May 12th, 2021, via Epoch Times By Tony Hall Now that the Recall Newsom Campaign is gaining some serious momentum, our governor has devised yet another one of his classic smoke-and-mirrors plans to once again try to fool the public

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Recall Newsom? Count Me In!

By Tony Hall April 13th, 2021, Via The Epoch Times In recent months, I’ve been asked repeatedly what I thought about the Newsom recall effort by people who were aware of my working history with California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the past.

Recall Newsom? Count Me In!

By Tony Hall April 13th, 2021, Via The Epoch Times In recent months, I’ve been asked repeatedly what I thought about the Newsom recall effort by people who were aware of my working history with California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the past.

War On Motorists in SF

    SF’S WAR ON MOTORISTS July, 2014 By Former Supervisor Tony Hall My last column dealt with the foolishness of some of our City “leaders” who want to narrow some of our streets and procure smaller and less equipped

War On Motorists in SF

    SF’S WAR ON MOTORISTS July, 2014 By Former Supervisor Tony Hall My last column dealt with the foolishness of some of our City “leaders” who want to narrow some of our streets and procure smaller and less equipped

SF Fire Department Accessibility

PUBLIC SAFETY VS. “PUBLIC SAFETY” By Former Supervisor Tony Hall Many of you have may have witnessed the latest controversial Citywide legislation as put forth by Supervisor Scott Wiener who represents District 8, regarding narrower streets and smaller fire engines

SF Fire Department Accessibility

PUBLIC SAFETY VS. “PUBLIC SAFETY” By Former Supervisor Tony Hall Many of you have may have witnessed the latest controversial Citywide legislation as put forth by Supervisor Scott Wiener who represents District 8, regarding narrower streets and smaller fire engines

PUC BONDS

  OVERSIGHT OR MISUSE? By Former Supervisor Tony Hall and Brian Browne Feb. 2014 San Franciscans may be pleasantly surprised to learn that they currently have $5,691,278,327 sitting in the Treasurer’s pool of “Surplus Funds.” Surplus funds as defined by

PUC BONDS

  OVERSIGHT OR MISUSE? By Former Supervisor Tony Hall and Brian Browne Feb. 2014 San Franciscans may be pleasantly surprised to learn that they currently have $5,691,278,327 sitting in the Treasurer’s pool of “Surplus Funds.” Surplus funds as defined by