On this week’s podcast: Why so many people hate SANDAG’s proposed ballot measure, and the U-T might get a new owner yet again.
We did something different this week. Wednesday was April 20, a day that’s grown into an annual holiday for cannabis counterculture. So for the show this week we set up a live podcast – or potcast – delving into all the policy details of marijuana legalization. Yes, you could say we got into the weeds of […]
City Attorney Jan Goldsmith unleashed his inner political fire this week. Also on the podcast: Mary Walshok on the city’s leadership vacuum.
Andrew Gazdecki made a big splash when he decided to move his tech startup from Silicon Valley to San Diego. Gazdecki joined the podcast this week to talk about some of the reasons he chose San Diego.
On last week’s podcast, Francine Busby, chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party gave a candid description of what happened in a very important recent meeting where they party decided on endorsements. Mickey Kasparian, president of the local United Food and Commercial Workers and the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council, said it […]
Francine Busby, chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party, stops by to talk about why San Diego can’t seem to shed its conservative label even though Dems outnumber Republicans. Co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts also parse a recent ruling that could make it a lot easier for citizens to impose a tax.
Our mayor’s peacemaking approach to running things and an audio tour of a few local podcasts.
David Glanzer, marketing and public relations director of Comic-Con, stopped by the studio to discuss the myriad issues surrounding the behemoth pop-culture event and to lift the curtain on some of its inner workings.
If raising taxes hasn’t improved school facility conditions, should we keep approving more tax hikes? Plus, Jason Roe talks minimum wage, Donald Trump and negative campaigning.
We dig into the nitty-gritty details of the latest “convadium” developments with Erik Bruvold, leader of the National University System Institute for Policy Research, and dive deep down the rabbit hole of all the plan’s unintended consequences for San Diego citizens, hoteliers and sports teams.