Steven T. Jones

How to remove Jew

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Photo by Charles Russo

By Steven T. Jones
Why can’t all of Ed Jew’s persecutors just get along? And who is going to finally force the hopelessly tarnished supervisor from office: City Attorney Dennis Herrera, District Attorney Kamala Harris, Attorney General Jerry Brown, the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mayor Gavin Newsom, the Ethics Commission, or the Board of Supervisors? Read more »

Wolf vs. Colbert

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By Steven T. Jones
Formerly jailed blogger Josh Wolf faced off against Stephen Colbert's pseudo-conservative schtick and wit last night on the Colbert Report -- and Wolf came through it like a champ. Check it out for yourself, here. BTW, Josh, love the mohawk and suit combo.

Wolf vs. Colbert

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By Steven T. Jones
Formerly jailed blogger Josh Wolf faced off against Stephen Colbert's pseudo-conservative schtick and wit last night on the Colbert Report -- and Wolf came through it like a champ. Check it out for yourself, here. BTW, Josh, love the mohawk and suit combo.

Editor's Notes

Arnold's high-speed deception
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steve@sfbg.com

I've been obsessed with high-speed rail for a couple of months now. It started in March when I was in France and had my first experience on the TGV trains that zip between Paris and Lyon in less than two hours, about a third of the time it takes by car. Read more »

Jew charged with felony perjury, voter fraud

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By Steven T. Jones
District Attorney Kamala Harris has filed nine felony charges against Sup. Ed Jew. A release from that office indicates that Jew is being charged with perjury, falsifying government documents, and voter fraud, all related to his allegedly false claims to be a San Francisco resident (voting and running for office here) when he listed Burlingame as his primary residence of federal tax forms.
A warrant has been issued for Jew's arrest and bail has been set at $135,000. Read more »

Newsom goes to war

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By Steven T. Jones
Mayor Gavin Newsom -- or at least his reelection campaign -- appears to have finally woken up from two years of relative disengagement with city business to come out swinging at his favorite target, Sup. Chris Daly, who chairs the Budget Committee. Read more »

Connect the recall dots

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Consultant Johnny K. Wang

By Steven T. Jones
The political consultant handling the recall campaign against Sup. Jake McGoldrick, Johnny K. Read more »

Hazy recall

Group launches effort to oust Sup. Jake McGoldrick
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They gathered May 30 in the Richmond District's Lee Hou Restaurant to voice their anger and outrage at Sup. Read more »

Budget battle brews

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By Steven T. Jones
Mayor Gavin Newsom may be content with a "back to basics budget" that focuses on clearing the streets of trash, potholes, and poor people, but progressives are preparing to push for a more forward-thinking plan that addresses low-income housing and other long-term needs. Read more »

The crispy crimson killer

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By Stephen Torres

Spending a year in Mexico City provided some insight into the possibility of what is deemed edible. Like most cultures throughout the world, insects and their kin are considered delicious little morsels to not only chilangos (residents of the capital) but most folks throughout the country. They even have that sort of "adorable and delicious" relationship with some bugs that we share with say bunnies or piglets. Read more »