Campus posters allege student group ties to terrorists

May 4, 2017 News

The David Horowitz Freedom Center distributed posters on campus today as part of a campaign criticizing Students for Justice in Palestine of being puppets for Hamas terrorists. The posters, also posted on Stop the Jew Hatred on Campus website run by the Freedom Center, portray the SJP as servants to Hamas. The campaign comes as ...

Me, myself and Coachella

April 28, 2017 Opinion

Going to Coachella was a last-second decision. The best sorts of adventures start that way. You don’t plan out challenging or memorable moments, they plan you. Like a perfect storm I got the days off, bought a ticket and hopped into a friend’s car. Part of the thrill of Coachella seems to be how impulsive ...

Trump derails Caltrain’s electrification budget

March 5, 2017 News

Trump is threatening to derail Caltrain’s 2-year-old project to create an electrical train corridor from San Francisco to San Jose, as the fight for California’s future rail system continues. Trump’s decision, lobbied by California GOP house representatives, will push back federal funding for the project until after President Trump has approved the 2018 fiscal budget. ...

San Francisco police stand with city against Trump

February 3, 2017 News 1 Comment

San Francisco Police suspended participation with the Joint Terrorism Task Force Wednesday night. The separation of the SFPD from the FBI ends a 10-year relationship, though a suspension is not a total withdrawal and will be revisited later, according to a media release by the San Francisco Police Committee. The JTTF “brings together federal agents ...

Immigration agents search Mission District home for suspect

January 27, 2017 News

Correction: An earlier version of this article neglected to attribute each quote as part of the original SF Examiner article referenced in the first sentence. Attributions have since been added. Agents from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement searched a Mission District apartment looking for a suspect Thursday morning, according to an article by the SF ...