Attorney General Eric Holder "lied" to members of Congress when he insisted that the only targets of the federal Justice Department's medical marijuana crackdown were breaking state law, cannabis advocates said today.On Thursday, Holder told the House Judiciary Committee the same mantra he and the f ... More >>
This pretty much sums it upDr. Mollie Fry and her husband, Dale Schafer, are ill. Fry is a breast-cancer survivor with severe mental-health issues, and Schafer's hemophilia means he is frequently bedridden. So he will have to be in a prison hospital beginning May 2, when the couple will begin fiv ... More >>
Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's reign of terror becomes Arizona policy, thanks to state Senator Russell Pearce and Governor Jan Brewer
Before: S.F. coddled undocumented teen criminals. After: S.F. punishes undocumented teens who commit crimes (and some who don't, too).
familydocs.orgDr. Tom Bent, president, California Academy of Family PhysiciansRiverside newspaper the Press-Enterprise reported yesterday that "observers don't expect a flood of applicants for medical marijuana cards" even though challenges by San Diego and San Bernardino counties to California ... More >>
Week of 6-13-2007
Billy Ray takes on another liar: FBI traitor Robert Hanssen
The struggle between Bay Area law enforcement and the Black Panthers is still going on after 35 years
Is the Bay Guardian's lawsuit against SF Weekly connected to Bruce B. Brugmann's unfortunate business judgments?
A look inside the grandiose cinematic dreams -- and genuine transcendent joy -- at Voice of Pentecost Church
Are you an apologist for Democratic Party aspirations? Do quiz, find out.
Lights, camera, acción
"The Summer of Love is dead. You dig? Got any change?"
Two macho men and the bitchy bodybuilding world that surrounds -- and, perhaps, spawned -- the BALCO steroids case
Memo to Ashcroft: Why aren't you pursuing Barry Bonds the way you did Martha Stewart?
A gemlike collection of 30 short stories, ranging from comic and satirical to ironic and sad
From revolutionary rapper to stockbroker to rapper again -- the long, strange trip of Paris, aka Oscar Jackson Jr.
Wise-ass humor is the best way to fight the Bush administration's anti-terror excesses. And, hey, wise-ass humor is what we do best.
Week of June 25, 2003
Week of May 7, 2003
Adrian Lamo, the 22-year-old "homeless hacker" famous for raiding New York Times computers, pursues his vision of public service by cracking another major corporate network. It's a crime, of course. It's also what he was born to do.
As the Bush administration scares America witless, San Francisco might offer a model for living well in the shadow of apocalypse
Is it good or bad if 124 Web sites around the world post the home phone number of the architect of Total Information Awareness?
That'll be $20 million, please
The bitter battle over piloting a campus peace movement that hasn't even left the ground
Why don't you smile now; A Slim's chance.
From the Bush administration's assault on the Constitution to San Francisco's election fiascoes, core American values are being corroded
Everything tastes better with Gravy (Train); the plot to get rid of Dave Emory
Something stinks in Paradise; The sound of movies
This is no time for softheaded governing. In this election, Prop. F and Dennis Herrera pass the confidence test; MUD fails completely.
Brooklyn's Antibalas resurrects Fela Kuti's Afrobeat sound -- as well as his revolutionary politics
Indie Tunes Apt for Ads You'd Hate