Today marks the one-year anniversary of the group Occupy Our Homes, an arm of the national Occupy Movement. And how else would you expect members to celebrate the group's birthday than a big, festive, tent-pitching occupation? At 11 a.m. sharp, protesters will march on down to the Wells Fargo bank ... More >>
While in New York City, Occupy protesters celebrated their 6-month of anniversary with mass arrests in Zuccotti Park, protesters in San Francisco are celebrating their anti-big bank existence with legislation that will, hopefully, put an end to these egregious home foreclosures citywide Occupy Be ... More >>
PeeeuuueeewwA local program designed to slash millions of dollars from San Franciscans' electricity bills shut down last month with a single accomplishment to its name: It encouraged a local man to remove the stench of sewage that had permeated his Bernal Heights duplex."Our dogs were getti ... More >>
Program's implosion leaves San Francisco with millions to spend and nothing to buy.That was fast...As City Hall struggles to close a $483 million budget gap, bureaucrats a block away at the San Francisco Department of the Environment are faced with the opposite quandary: They must figure out how ... More >>
Despite Obama's promises of change, corporate crooks are still going unpunished for their roles in the financial collapse.
How Federal Home Loan Banks and their execs exacerbated the banking meltdown.
Talk about missing the trees for the forest. Michael Scott, a reporter at the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, put a local North Bay spin on the national mortgage crisis Sunday with a feature story that began “Is my bank safe?” before reassuring readers that “Sonoma County banks, however, remain on ... More >>
Week of Wednesday, March 9, 2005