London Breed is falling down. A recent poll conducted by the San Francisco Standard found the mayor of San Francisco’s approval rating had sunk by thirteen percent since May. From city school districts to its beleaguered police department, disapproval of London Breed’s performance is mutual among typically disparate sectors. Only
By Ian Firstenberg In a year, Mayor London Breed has effectively insulated herself and consolidated her political power through a series of influential appointments, most recently appointing Brooke Jenkins to succeed the recently recalled Chesa Boudin. Jenkins, the face of the Boudin recall, was sworn in as San Francisco’s new
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EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS STORY WAS BASED OFF OF A PIECE WRITTEN BY IAN FIRSTENBERG ENTITLED “SFPD Officer arrested on multiple charges of insurance fraud has a messy history.” You were supposed to read his article, but I fucked up. lol I’ve always said the best and most annoying criminals are
If one word in the English language could succinctly describe San Francisco, what would it be? For me, the word that most accurately describes San Francisco is contradiction. We want to have it all. San Francisco outwardly wants to be a city that is a safe haven for the disenfranchised,
San Francisco is a city of symbols. We’re iconic for a bunch of shit we don’t really live up to. The current situation London Breed has found herself in relation to the LGBTQIA+ Pride Parade is emblematic of the issues facing San Francisco itself If you’ve been following national media
As the June election approaches things are getting quite interesting regarding Prop H, the attempt to recall District Attorney Chesa Boudin. For the record we at BAS are adamantly “NO on Prop H”. We explain why in the June 2022 BAS Voter Guide, which you can check out right here.
The easiest and safest way to get stolen goods in San Francisco is from parked cars. Automobile ‘smash and grabs’ are by far the most common types of crime committed in our fair city.
If you read the Chronicle (with some exceptions) or national outlets, they claim that San Francisco is a failed experiment in progressive policymaking, you probably think it’s bad and getting worse. Now, just look at the actual numbers.