As the longest government shutdown in US history continues, many government employees have been forced to look for other sources of income to pay the bills. On Friday, hundreds of thousands of Government employees went without paychecks, in fact, paychecks are on hold for some 800,000 federal employees forced to go
This has come to me by way of the Democratic Socialists of America: San Francisco. Stay updated on this by RSVPing to the Facebook event. Join the in-person efforts to stop the California Public Utilities Commission from sheltering PG&E from their criminal liability and negligence at their upcoming meeting in
As many know, some of the world’s biggest tech companies call San Francisco, the Bay Area, and Silicon Valley their home. Locals have had a hell of a time getting those companies to put us, their neighbors, ahead of company shareholder goals. Uber adding over 6,000 cars to our streets daily, Twitter opposing the business tax for homeless, overpaid employees driving up rents and worsening the divide…you get the picture. It hasn’t been a pretty one.
This week’s wrap casts a fairly broad geographical net, because let’s be honest here…when the state is battling the deadliest fire ever and our president is showing obvious and prolonged signs of actual insanity, that shit matters here at home and we need to talk about it. But before we
Sorry for the delay in this week’s news wrap, but without further ado, here’s your week of California burning, Berkeley’s weekend rally and fallout, courtroom updates and some weird shit to do with Burners on your day off. Berkeley rally: public versus the police The result of Sunday’s much anticipated