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    The Most Truthful Words Spoken by Trump During His Presidency

    The Most Truthful Words Spoken by Trump During His Presidency

    By Andrea Shorter– Treasonous. Disgusting. Abhorrent. Embarrassing. Buffoonery. These are but a few of the heated, yet kinder, adjectives hurled against the President of the United States of America in…

    Time to ‘Walk Back’ Trump’s Nomination of Kavanaugh

    Time to ‘Walk Back’ Trump’s Nomination of Kavanaugh

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– As we discussed in the last issue, the stakes couldn’t be higher when it comes to LGBTIQ rights, women’s rights, affirmative action, gun control,…

    June Election Notes – Recapping the Mayor’s Race

    June Election Notes – Recapping the Mayor’s Race

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– On June 5, 2018, 52% of registered voters in San Francisco cast their ballots for a bunch of state and local candidates, but who are we…

    Plan for Financial Freedom – Even If You’re Not Rich

    Plan for Financial Freedom – Even If You’re Not Rich

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Since Independence Day was earlier this month, let’s focus on a freedom you probably want to achieve—your financial independence. You know, that time of your life…

    Luxury Defined by Look and Feel

    Luxury Defined by Look and Feel

    By Philip Ruth– How fancy do you like to get? We are all regularly confronted with that question in our capitalist society. It’s tempting to define an identity with the…

    How Should We Pursue Happiness?

    How Should We Pursue Happiness?

    By Tom Moon, MFT– The idea that every person has an inherent right to pursue happiness is one of the founding principles of our country, but is happiness really something…

    Pastor Stacy Boorn of herchurch Shares Her Art and Creative Wisdom

    Pastor Stacy Boorn of herchurch Shares Her Art and Creative Wisdom

    By Kit Kennedy– For this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times I spoke with Stacy Boorn, who is a creative visionary, ordained Lutheran pastor, leader of herchurch, photographer, painter,…

    Timely Documentary by Trans Filmmaker Examines Campaign Finance Reform

    Timely Documentary by Trans Filmmaker Examines Campaign Finance Reform

    By Gary M. Kramer– Don’t want to see a documentary about campaign finance reform? You’ll be sorry. Dark Money, opening July 27 at the Shattuck Landmark cinema, is trans filmmaker…

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Memoir

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Memoir

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Eric Poole’s new memoir Excuse Me While I Slip into Someone More Comfortable is featured in this issue. I asked Eric to talk about the…

    Bearing the Load of Justice Kennedy’s Departure

    Bearing the Load of Justice Kennedy’s Departure

    By Andrea Shorter– Who doesn’t remember one of the best scenes in the near cult classic TBS perennially aired movie My Cousin Vinny, when fiancée Mona Lisa Vito (Marisa Tomei)…