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Destroying History and Monuments Does Not Change The Past

| July 6, 2020 | 0 Comments
Destroying History and Monuments Does Not Change The Past

It’s been painful and shocking to watch the destruction that our “fellow Americans” are causing on monuments, historical sites and businesses around the country.  It’s as if they think that vandalism and destruction will change the course of history.  It does not. In fact, it only creates anger and more controversy that is contrary to […]

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San Diego State University Purchase and Sale Agreement Approved

| July 6, 2020 | 0 Comments
San Diego State University Purchase and Sale Agreement Approved

By Barbara Bry  We’ve come a long way since January 2017, when the Chargers announced they were abandoning San Diego and the stadium they’d called home for over 50 years.   And soon after, we learned that real estate speculators had been meeting secretly with city officials for over a year, hatching a plan to acquire […]

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Barbara Bry For Mayor

| July 6, 2020 | 0 Comments
Barbara Bry For Mayor

A Vision and Mission to Be The People’s Mayor, Not A Career Politician Over the past couple of years, we have seen by action how our two mayoral candidates for the City of San Diego have acted and voted.  One of them is a career politician who says he will work for San Diegans, yet […]

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WHAT NOW?

| June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
WHAT NOW?

“Why We Elect Narcissists and Sociopaths—And How We Can Stop!” by Laura Walcher The world needs Bill Eddy.  His organization, the High Conflict Institute, deals with high-conflict people with high-conflict personalities. That is, they exhibit an ongoing pattern of all-or-nothing thinking, unmanaged emotions, extreme behavior or threats, and a preoccupation with blaming others. They bully, harass, blame, humiliate, spread […]

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Why is the SDSU Deal Being Delayed?

| June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
Why is the SDSU Deal Being Delayed?

By Barbara Bry, Candidate for Mayor of San Diego Here’s the story insiders don’t want to be told. I know this email is long, but you deserve the facts: In November 2018, San Diego voters approved Measure G, authorizing sale of the Mission Valley stadium property to San Diego State University. Measure G set clear guidelines for that sale:  The […]

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Presidio Park Restoration Efforts

| June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
Presidio Park Restoration Efforts

If you drive, walk or bike through Presidio Park, you’ve probably noticed that there is an ongoing plant restoration project taking place.  Thanks to a lot of people from Mission Hills and the City of San Diego’s Park and Recreation Department, progress is occurring. At the intersection of Presidio Drive and Jackson Street, at the […]

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The 2020 Presidential Election Is Heading for a Train Wreck

| June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

By Jim Bates, Retired, Democratic City Councilman, County Supervisor and Congressman Remember when Stop Undermining Democracy Now (SUDN) communicated that the House of Representatives have 24 Congressional “Ghost District’s”? If you don’t recall, here’s a recap. Every decade at least 18 million “Illegal Immigrants” are counted in the Census. Then when the Redistricting process creates […]

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Fatherly Advice

| June 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
Fatherly Advice

For all of us who have had loving, caring and resourceful fathers in our lives, we know the loss we feel when they are no longer with us.  That void, no matter how recent or long ago it occurred, still seems to resonate in our lives.  However, somehow, Dad’s words of encouragement and fatherly advice […]

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Re-structuring City Government in the New San Diego: A Blueprint Going Forward

| May 11, 2020 | 0 Comments
Re-structuring City Government in the New San Diego: A Blueprint Going Forward

In a few short weeks, the NFL established a completely new, socially distanced process for drafting college players. In the same time, Development Services successfully transitioned to online permitting and a work-from-home business model. Necessity is and will be the mother of invention. Tough times create the opportunity for positive and lasting change. With municipal […]

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Mission Hills Couple Strike Racist Restrictive Covenant As Part of Centennial

| May 11, 2020 | 0 Comments
Mission Hills Couple Strike Racist Restrictive Covenant As Part of Centennial

By Kenneth Zak I’ve enjoyed living in four different Mission Hills homes over the past twenty years.  Meandering past so many well-preserved, historic homes is a cherished benefit of our neighborhood.  So, as the centennial of our 1920 craftsman bungalow approached, Kyona and I wanted to celebrate its history and contribute to its preservation.  We […]

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