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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Beer: It's supposed to be the great equalizer. At least when it comes to politics.

When the arrest of an outspoken black Harvard professor by a white police officer sparked national turmoil, President Obama called a "beer summit" and attempted to calm everyone down over a few cold ones.
PHOTOS: Just In Case You Thought SF Wasn't Hippie Enough...
Will Our Suspended Sheriff's Fate Be Decided Today?
WATCH: New Reality Show Gives A Cringe-Worthy Look At Silicon Valley
San Francisco Cracks Down On Deceptive 'Crisis Pregnancy Centers'
Sean Martinfield: 'Moby-Dick' Opens at San Francisco Opera: A Conversation With Composer Jake Heggie
"I knew from the beginning Moby-Dick was a very good idea," said Jake Heggie during our recent interview. "Right from the start, people were a little stunned that we were taking it on."
Frances Causey: Unions in the News
We cannot afford to allow our unions to be dismantled. Unions, after all, are the manifestation of the idea that we are more powerful and able to fight for our rights together.
Dr. Jim Taylor: The Disturbing Sexualization of Really Young Girls
Is there any chance that we can convince the companies that sell sexuality to young girls to just stop it because it is wrong? No way! So, as is so often the case with children, the buck stops with us.
Rep. Mike Honda: Seventy-Four Percent of America: Climate Change Is Affecting Weather in U.S.
We are a nation that stands up to our challenges and faces our problems, finding creative solutions and turning problems into opportunities. We can do that now. By developing green technologies and renewable energy, we are investing in our future, a tradition that has proven successful for America.
Michael B. Keegan: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Insult to Injury Tour
When Schwarzenegger says that he wanted his chief-of-staff to have "the kind of wedding and the kind of ceremony that I had when I got married with Maria," I have no doubt that he's telling the truth. He just hasn't seemed to realize that people he doesn't know personally might want the same thing.

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