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Mayor Dined At French Laundry One Night After Newsom — Three Days Before She Banned Indoor Dining In San Francisco

Mayor Dined At French Laundry One Night After Newsom — Three Days Before She Banned Indoor Dining In San Francisco

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter The mayor of San Francisco dined in a semi-enclosed room at the French Laundry restaurant three days before she banned indoor dining in her city. Mayor London Breed’s spokesman Jeff Cretan confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle that the mayor dined at the French Laundry on Nov. 7. The restaurant, located […]

Justice Department Calls on San Francisco to End ‘Draconian’ One-Worshiper Rule for Churches

Justice Department Calls on San Francisco to End ‘Draconian’ One-Worshiper Rule for Churches

BY TOM OZIMEK ‘This restriction suggests hostility to religious people and the free exercise of religion,’ DOJ says The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday called on San Francisco Mayor London Breed to end the city’s “one congregant” rule and raise the allowable capacity in churches, alleging that current pandemic-related policy “suggests hostility to religious people and the […]

San Francisco to Allow Hair Salons, Other Businesses to Reopen After Pelosi Visit

San Francisco to Allow Hair Salons, Other Businesses to Reopen After Pelosi Visit

BY JACK PHILLIPS City officials in San Francisco will now allow hair salons and certain other businesses to reopen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, coming days after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) visited one, sparking a nationwide outcry. San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the second phase of the city’s reopening during the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) […]

Despite $1.5 Billion Deficit, San Francisco Officials Make Huge Salaries

Despite $1.5 Billion Deficit, San Francisco Officials Make Huge Salaries

BY MARK TAPSCOTT San Francisco’s London Breed is America’s highest-paid mayor—being paid a $342,974 salary, plus $109,447 in perks, for a grand total of $452,421—but her city set an all-time record in 2019 with nearly 31,000 reports of human waste on the streets and sidewalks. Breed is far from the exception among the City by the Bay’s workforce, […]

Maskless Nancy Pelosi Goes to San Francisco Hair Salon Despite Coronavirus Restrictions

Maskless Nancy Pelosi Goes to San Francisco Hair Salon Despite Coronavirus Restrictions

HANNAH BLEAU House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) visited a San Francisco hair salon for a wash and blowout despite local coronavirus restrictions — a move the salon owner called a “slap in the face.” Fox News obtained security footage showing the maskless Speaker walking through San Francisco’s eSalon on Monday, August 31. Salons throughout the city have been […]

Scumbags Treated Like Royalty in San Francisco

Scumbags Treated Like Royalty in San Francisco

    By Richard Eber The tourist trade generated by conventions and vacationers to the City by the Bay has come to a grinding halt with the Covid-19 Pandemic.  To spur business the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce has recruited Politically Correct (PC Tours) to lure more Homeless visitors to their little piece of paradise. […]

Judge Limits California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Emergency Rule-Making During Pandemic

Judge Limits California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Emergency Rule-Making During Pandemic

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A California judge on Friday sided with Republican legislators who said Gov. Gavin Newsom overstepped his powers with dozens of emergency orders during the coronavirus crisis that changed everything from how public meetings are conducted to when tenants can be evicted. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Perry Parker only halted one […]

Winds of Change Coming to San Francisco?

Winds of Change Coming to San Francisco?

    By Richard Eber (a 4th generation native) San Francisco is literally falling apart at the seams.  Pier 39 is a ghost town. Hotels are empty that ordinarily host the convention and tourist trades.  It is estimated that at least 50% of all restaurants located in the “City by the Bay” will never reopen […]

San Francisco to ‘Shelter in Place’ Over Coronavirus, Says Mayor

San Francisco to ‘Shelter in Place’ Over Coronavirus, Says Mayor

BY JACK PHILLIPS   San Francisco and several nearby California counties were directed to shelter in place starting 12:00 a.m. on Tuesday until April 7, in an attempt to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. “Effective at midnight, San Francisco will require people to stay home except for essential needs. Necessary government functions & essential stores will remain […]

San Francisco Bans All Events Over 1,000 People Over Coronavirus Fears

San Francisco Bans All Events Over 1,000 People Over Coronavirus Fears

BY ZACHARY STIEBER  San Francisco officials are banning all events in California that would have over 1,000 people in attendance, in an attempt to try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. The move “is necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, and builds on our previous public health recommendations,” San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in […]

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