It's always nice to get in the game early and pull up the ladder after you...On Nov. 3, 2003 the Wall Street Journal published a letter from Warren Buffett in which the Nebraska billionaire explained his negative view of California's Proposition 13, the 1978 law that limits property tax assessmen ... More >>
As journalist Jim Barnett pointed out earlier today, Bay Area News Project's new editor-in-chief, Jonathan Weber, wasn't always a fan of nonprofit news-gathering. In fact, just last year, Weber said that the idea that nonprofits were the future of journalism was a "cop-out." Weber, then helming t ... More >>
Despite Obama's promises of change, corporate crooks are still going unpunished for their roles in the financial collapse.
Laszlo Toth/laughingsquid.comSFist has kindly alerted us to a rather unsavory conspiracy theory brewing on Nob Hill. In a guest post at Laughing Squid, author Laszlo Toth reports on a note posted to the door of 1519 Polk Street, a former retail location of See's Candies."Your ... More >>
A new generation of activists is fighting to clean up the Tenderloin. The neighborhoods churches are standing in their way. Whose side are the angels on?
Major public transit agencies around the country — including San Francisco's — may pay billions for risky deals with bankers.
Is this what you get when a rapacious American capitalist takes U.S. bike racing for a spin?
Richard Branson's phony plans to fight global warming, his Virgin startup at SFO, and the Fox host who missed a dig
Right-wingers cooked up the Gray Davis recall only to see it hijacked by a political moderate named Arnold