Democrats and union leaders are in the supremely awkward position of arguing that the system they just got done promoting is actually very bad.
The subtle ways a diverse workplace play out.
I set an alarm on my phone this past Thursday for 9:58 a.m. Then I went to the California Supreme Court website, and waited, for this. In the decision, the justices unanimously ruled that communications regarding public business are public records that can be accessed by the public – even if they happen on private […]
You’ve probably heard by now that Republican congressmen across the country have tried to wave off their increasingly vocal constituents by arguing that any folks who want to engage with them face to face are paid protesters, and therefore, illegitimate. It is, of course, absurd on its face. America itself was birthed from angry protesters. […]
Press and presidents don’t have to like each other, but until now, they’ve always admitted they’re both essential.
If Mayor Kevin Faulconer doesn’t want to talk about immigration, he should stop bringing it up.
It’s not a secret that President Donald Trump has a strained relationship with the media. But a post this week by Lewis Wallace, a transgender reporter for Marketplace, who says he was fired for writing something that emitted the slightest whiff of opinion, kicked off a new round of media soul-searching about the role of […]
Hear me out, but a storyline on one of my favorite shows, “Teen Mom 2,” felt especially poignant this week. In it, one of the young moms wanted to take her kids on vacation. Since she’s no longer with her children’s father, she had to tell him she wanted to bring their daughter to Mexico. […]
So you marched for women. Now what?
San Diego, a trendsetter? It actually happened.