Whatever horrible things you had to say on Facebook, hopefully, you've gotten it out of your system by now. Or might we suggest biting your tongue and taking up some form of daily exercise. The hate speech free-for-all is coming to an end -- hopefully. Facebook announced via a blog post that it ... More >>
If San Francisco has learned anything from this pro-Israel Muni ad debacle it's that money talks. First, the American Freedom Defense Initiative gave Muni $3,800 to plaster the city's buses with an ad that refers to enemies of Israel as subhumans. And while even Muni Board President Tom Nolan says h ... More >>
The gauche band of lunatics known as the Westboro Baptist Church say they'll be gracing our fair city with a visit next week, making the rounds to several prominent centers of Jewish culture to spread their anti-gay, anti-Semitic, and often anti-grammatical gospel to anyone with ears to hear.We find ... More >>
Recently bought and sold at a store near youWe can look at the old logos for "Darkie" toothpaste or the Frito Bandito and shake our heads and reflect, condescendingly, on a less enlightened time. So whom do we condescend to when we discover that the product pictured here, complete with a sketch of a ... More >>
By Peter Jamison It's an open secret that not much changes with the advent of a new year. Resolutions or no, most of us wake up on Jan. 1 with the same reluctance to exercise, 3 p.m. caffeine cravings, and freight of interpersonal neuroses that haunted us on Dec. 31. The same can be said of people ... More >>
The local conversation between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian activists is getting less civil every day. And Lee Kaplan's tactics aren't helping.
Why John Cusack wouldn't do anything till he made this Hitler movie
Michael Lerner has won many followers with his ideas for world peace. But if all he is preaching is the Golden Rule, why is he so controversial?
Think for Yourself, Blind Reporting, Song Without Words, High on Lowbrow, Something? Like What?
The Clinton administration has praised the Anti-Defamation League for helping shield kids from Internet hate. But should a group that spied on thousands of Californians be allowed to police the Web?
Dermatologist Michael Franzblau goes national with claims that a Marin newspaper ran an anti-Semitic column about him