Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Monterey Blues

Humpbacks and Blues krill fest off Monterey.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Inherent Rights

Northern California coastal tribes give notice to state that they will continue to gather resources under their inherent rights and not be regulated by California Fish and Game.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Climate Change

As climate change remedies die in the US Senate due to the pervasive serious fraud infecting Congress, the battle is underway here in California, one of the leading economies in the world. Regional institutions might want to watch or weigh in on what happens here.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

High Times in Bay Area

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Covering for Craigslist

The Huffington Post covers the Craigslist protest in San Francisco July 8, and answers some tough questions about its criminal connections apparently ignored by local media.

Bay Area Republic

Should the Bay Area secede from California? Some think we should at least threaten to do so.

Wednesday, July 07, 2010


The Department of Homeland Security's Suspicious Activity Reporting initiative has been so successful in protecting airlines, DHS Secretary Napolitano has decided to extend it to Amtrak. Although not one criminal, let alone terrorist, has been spotted by the civilian snitching program, the millions spent on SAR has managed to nab several people of color speaking foreign languages in the New York Metro, as well as ruin the travel plans of Muslim Americans removed from airline flights for praying before takeoff. Who says racial profiling doesn't work?

Sunday, July 04, 2010

The Terms of Terror

A San Francisco Bay Area research group is handling the digitization and organization of the Guatemalan National Police archives recently discovered in a building in Guatemala City. As a repository of information, including the notorious death squads that plagued the indigenous Maya over a 36-year protracted struggle against the Guatemalan oligarchy, the archive might shine a light on both the murderous methods used, as well as on the consequences of US policy in the region.

Saturday, July 03, 2010

Calling Out Craigslist

Protest by leading human rights groups set for July 8.