We currently live in the most technologically advanced society in the history of mankind. Why then has “Election Night” become “Election Week” or even…
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Yesterday, I wrote about compromise and the large, seemingly impossible, compromises made to create our Constitution. In the larger lens, I also…
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“A joiner, when he wants to fit two boards, takes off with his plane the uneven parts from each side, and thus they fit. Let us do the same.” -Ben…
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Although writing about San Francisco is fun, there’s only so much complaining and bringing things to light one can write about. Especially, while those…
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The City and County of San Francisco’s fiscal year ended on June 30th. Every June/July comes a magical time where the City departments realize if they…
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A Cause for Celebration and Hope for the Future
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If you have read pretty much any of my prior articles over the past few years you may have noticed that SFPD staffing is continuing to fall and I’ve…
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In a startling act of journalism, the Mission Local this week finally wrote about a topic near and dear to my heart, the diaspora of San Francisco cops…
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As you may have noticed, I skipped publishing a story last week. Apparently raising three kids, holding a full-time job, working overtime, teaching…
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Way back in 2017 I wrote an article for the Daily Wire. In it I talked about the San Francisco budget. The bloated budget at that time was $10.1…
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The San Francisco Police Department staffing crisis is something I’ve been writing for almost three years now. In that time, I would argue the…
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This article was first published in The Epoch Times on April 17th, 2022. Last Saturday my wife and I celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary. We decided…
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