Saturday, January 27, 2018

The Simple Art of Murder

Noir City, the San Francisco Film Noir Festival, runs at the Castro Theatre January 26-February 4. Read Noir Returns to San Francisco Roots at CounterPunch.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Dis-Honoring Columbus

Honoring Columbus is akin to celebrating Hitler. Both committed genocide.

When Columbus day was established in 1937, racial segregation was the law in the Deep South and in Washington, D.C. Since then, white power has suffered many ignoble defeats.

Completing the American rejection of state-sponsored violence against American Indians begins by recognizing that Italian American identity does not need Columbus. With people like Michelangelo, Garibaldi and Galileo to be proud of, why stick with a racist murderer?

In 1992, Berkeley was the first city to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.

On Tuesday, San Francisco could join them.

Sunday, January 07, 2018


It's legal. Finally.