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01 Dec 2020

In Rare Show of Spine, Barr Says DOJ Can’t Find Fraud to Overturn Election

If you only pay attention to the current president’s Twitter account and Donald Trump-approved “media” outlets, you might think the election was fraught with fraud and nefarious underpinnings, and you’d think Trump may still have a shot at reclaiming his White House throne. Thankfully, we get our information elsewhere.  In

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01 Jan 2020

Putin Gives Trump a ‘Full Pardon’ on New Years Day

Moscow – President Vladimir Putin held his annual New Year’s Eve party and this year President Trump was in attendance.  Putin gave a grand toast at midnight and officially pardoned the American President for all his transgressions in 2019. In front of a crowd of party-goers, Putin gave a speech

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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26 Dec 2018

Gov. Brown Gives Clemency to 250 People in Attempt to Right Old Wrongs

In one of his last moves in his last of four terms as California governor, Jerry Brown granted clemency on Christmas Eve to 250 people throughout the state – 35 are from here in the Bay Area. These second chances come in the form of full pardons or commutations, but

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07 Jun 2018

This Week’s News: Losing Immigrants, Allies, and an Accident in Oakland

We’re digging into some stories that popped up over the week, stories that touch you here in the Bay or beyond, make you laugh or piss you off. We try to mix it up for full sensory indulgence, so here goes. We voted! Well, some of us voted anyway. We’re

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31 May 2018

Racists, local Music legends and LeBron…again: News for week of May 31, 2018

This week harnesses all the uncertainty of negotiations with North Korea and a stock market tanking over the threat of new sanctions, but we’re pretty clear on a few things: racists, basketball, Puerto Rico and righteous love for Tower of Power. Racists and the “in” crowd Far be it for

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