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  • “Everything on the Internet is Free,” Until it is Not, and Independent Media 

    July 28, 2016 (San Diego) We all have heard the complains. Major media doesn’t cover news. We want somebody to cover real issues. We need independent media. Our vision, when we started this journey, was to be more focused on… Read More ›

  • State Route 163 Closed on Consecutive Sundays for Maintenance

    Oct 20, 2017 (CHP)— Southbound State Route (SR-163) will be closed from Sixth Avenue to Ash Street Sunday, from 3-10 a.m. for maintenance activities, according to Caltrans. The southbound on-ramps on this section of SR-163 will also be closed.  Crews… Read More ›

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  • A Dangerous Moment in Time: “Trumpism on the Defense.”

    Oct 19, 2017 (San Diego) Senator John McCain called on the current president the other day. It was a frontal attack on Trumpism and its empty promises. He called it for what it was: To fear the world we have… Read More ›

  • After the Earthquake: Issues of Class

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Oct 18, 2017 (San Diego) We were alerted to this situation in the State of Mexico, and given that some of our readers have deep roots in Mexico, we thought this was important. However, this… Read More ›

  • President Trump has Broken a Sacred Trust

      Editorial Oct 18, 2017 (San Diego) I am sure the words honor and integrity was part of the life experience of Donald J Trump. Why? He went to a military school, a matter that according to his biographers he… Read More ›

  • The County Releases Hepatitis A Map

      October 17, 2017 (San Diego) The County of San Diego has released a map showing how many cases of hepatitis A are in the county. The map also shows this per zip code, with the highest concentration of cases… Read More ›

  • Fires in Northern California, Three Major Storms in the Gulf and Atlantic, and a Hurricane Hitting Ireland: Climate Change

    Oct 16, 2017 (San Diego) Harvey, Maria, and Ophelia will enter the record books. Not because they were particularly destructive, they were. But because they happened in the same year. This year gave us something not that usual. Destructive storms,… Read More ›

  • Inmates in County Jails Will Be Able to Vote

    Oct 16, 2017 (San Diego) one of the bills signed by Governor Edmund Brown will allow low-risk level, County jail inmates to vote. The bill was authored by Shirley Webber from San Diego. AB 2466 will get programs in place… Read More ›

  • Fire Near Ranchita

        The cause of the fire is human caused, by people firing weapons per CAL-FIRE. 17:00 hours update. Two updates to note. The fire is 25 acres and  40% contained. The other is a change in location according to… Read More ›

  • Scuttling the Iran Deal: The End of American Influence

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Oct 13, 2017 (San Diego) We have seen many mistakes in foreign affairs by the present administration. The latest is the president’s decertification of the Iran deal, which is not just between the United States… Read More ›