Homelessness: San Francisco’s newest heist

Homelessness has long been an issue San Francisco has ignored in favor of well-funded “solutions” that inevitably fade into nothing but good intentions paving a road to Hell for the homeless people they’re allegedly created to help. As the San Francisco Chronicle leads a second round of mass exploitation of homeless people disguised as crusadingContinue reading “Homelessness: San Francisco’s newest heist”

DeRay, Inc

DeRay McKesson first entered public consciousness during the August 2014 protests surrounding the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. As control of the protest narrative shifted from influencers and talking heads to protesters on the ground, DeRay emerged as one of the most recognizable. His daily chronicling of the protests on Twitter, alongContinue reading “DeRay, Inc”

The tech turnover

San Francisco has seen a 16.6% increase in voter registration since November 2014; by comparison, California voter registration increased by 9% over the same time. The current San Francisco tech boom has been in peak form during that same time. Construction cranes seem to have taken permanent residence throughout the San Francisco sky as newContinue reading “The tech turnover”

San Francisco releases updated gentrification metric

San Francisco’s Controller released the city’s annual Street & Sidewalks Maintenance Standards last week. It covers the general state and upkeep of commercial and residential sidewalks, everything from graffiti to illegal dumping to human waste to needles. Every map in this report highlights the northeastern quarter of the city, where a majority of the lastContinue reading “San Francisco releases updated gentrification metric”

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