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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 ›

  • Disabled Protesters Taken Away by Capitol Police

    Opinion None 22, 2017 (San Diego) There are moments in time when rifts in societies show starkly. There are moments when dominant values also bubble up to the surface. People have been protesting the repeal of the Affordable Care Act… Read More ›

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  • Senate Health Care Bill Patterned after House “Trumpcare.”

    June 22, 2017 (WASHINGTON) The long-awaited Senate version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), dubbed Trumpcare was released. This will give the Senate a week be- fore it is brought to the floor by Majority Senate Leader Mitch McConnnell…. Read More ›

  • Special Elections and Democratic Message

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego June 21, 2017 (San Diego) John Ossoff lost the special election in Georgia 6. So what does that have to do with San Diego? It is relevant insofar as the national party is concerned, and… Read More ›

  • Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher Applauds Uber for Allowing In-App Tipping for Drivers

    June 20, 2017 (SACRAMENTO) California State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) – the author of Assembly Bill 1099 to require gig economy companies to provide their customers the option of tipping their drivers with the credit card they used to… Read More ›

  • The Secrecy of the Senate Health Care Bill

        Opinion by Reporting San Diego Jun 20, 2017 (San Diego) Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has offered 10 hours for Senators to review a bill that will affect all Americans and one-fourth of the economy. The bill was written… Read More ›

  • Soccer City to 2018 November Election

    June 19, 2017 (San Diego) The San Diego City Council voted to put the Soccer City project on the regular 2018 November ballot. With this, the Soccer City development will have to wait to see this hit the ballot. This… Read More ›

  • Mexico and the US: Distant Neighbors, Again

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Jun 19, 2017 (San Diego) After Miguel de la Madrid became President of Mexico in the early 1980s, reforms were enacted to stop the sovereign debt contagion of the 1980s. Those economic reforms were the beginning of a structural change in the Mexican economy that ultimately benefited American companies. These […]

  • Mexico and the US: Distant Neighbors, Again

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Jun 19, 2017 (San Diego) After Miguel de la Madrid became President of Mexico in the early 1980s, reforms were enacted to stop the sovereign debt contagion of the 1980s. Those economic reforms were the… Read More ›

  • FBI Requests Public Assistance to Identify La Jolla Bank Robber

    June 19, 2017 (San Diego) The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the San Diego Violent Crimes Task Force are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the individual responsible for a bank robbery in La Jolla, California. On May 20,… Read More ›