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Not who’s right, but what’s right
As I was leaving the University of San Francisco Law School campus this week, a fellow student approached me in the hallway. Grabbing my shoulder to get my attention, he sternly uttered that he had seen my post on Facebook the night before praising U.S. Sen. Rand Paul as a 2016 presidential hopeful....
By Jonathan Madison FULL STORY
OP-ED: My dilemma
I could never imagine that I would have to choose between my school and my son’s school! However, today, I am facing this dilemma: I’m a student of San Mateo Adult School, which is the biggest adult school in the Bay Area; my son is interested in studying at Design Tech High School, a new charte...
By Marina Kravtsova FULL STORY
Letter: King Obama’s immigration fail
Editor, King Obama unilaterally decided he knows better than anyone else (Congress, past presidents, the U.S. Supreme Court, etc.) which immigration laws he should enforce and which ones to ignore. Dictatorships are built upon failed humans like Obama. So, instead of listening to U.S. democratica...
Letter: San Bruno Measure N post mortem
Editor, I wanted to write a letter because there has not been any media coverage of the campaign finances of the Yes on Measure N San Bruno committee. Large donations to the Yes Committee came in the form of $25,000 from Denis Samut and Artichoke Joe’s, $9,950 from G.W. Williams Co, $1,000 fro...
Letter: The most fundamental right we have
Editor, I just read the column “The power of one individual” by Jonathan Madison in the Nov. 15 edition of the Daily Journal. His last paragraph explains it very well: “Our country becomes less and less reflective of a real democracy when fever voters exercise what is arguably the most fund...

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Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78
WASHINGTON — Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry, whose four terms were overshadowe..
NDB, M-A win CCS volleyball crowns
  Notre Dame Belmont volleyball captured the Central Coast Section Division IV championship ..
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