John Rothmann on how Senator Ted Cruz has blasted the Supreme Court on same sex marriage and is building his base for 2016.
Archives for October 2014
In 86 years the waters of the San Francisco Bay could be 6 feet higher. Stan Burford says a lot of “today” will be underwater.
Ed Baxter talks about taking labels out of society. Raven Simone talks with Oprah Winfrey about not wanting to be labeled “gay” or “African American”. She says she wants to be known as an American.
Dan Ashley talks about financial health, rainy day funds and saving for the future.
John Rothmann on how Vice President Joe Biden’s comments about support for Islamic extremists and their funding were spot on.
Elizabeth Kate talks about the misconceptions over Chablis and how it is not the cheap wine you might think it is.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about the loneliest road in America and what type of weather it has.
John Rothmann on how the Supreme Court’s has declined to hear same sex marriage cases from around the country. This means gay marriage can move forward.
Dan Ashley on the increasing cost of cancer care and medication.
John Rothmann says it is the first Monday in October and the Supreme Court opens a new term. A lot is riding on the mid term elections as to the future direction of the Court.
Stan Burford talks about unexpected medical “assistance” driving surgical fee’s up by $117,000 and nothing the patient could do.
Senator Graham is right about boots on the ground in Iraq and Syria. John Rothmann says it’s the only way to fight radical Islam.
Attorney Michael Cardoza asks whether the NFL has the right to suspend players without due process.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the cost and slowdown of removing the old Bay Bridge in San Francisco. Are the birds worth it?
Mike Amatori takes us to the land of technology meeting the doctor on your iPhone.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about what the FDA has said about claims that Caffeine infused pants can cut cellulite. Should an award go back to the buyers?
Celeste Perry’s friend Steve moved to Texas. Celeste needs to know – why Texas?
Ed Baxter says the President has given the GOP a gift in their quest to pick up six Senate seats. As hard as it is to be President, he has made it harder.
Attorney Michael Cardoza talks about all the Silicon Valley money that went in to buy 49ers tickets. He says the prices of today’s tickets price out families.
John Rothmann talks about the the speculation that abounds in the race for president in 2016. Who will run? Who will win?
Dan Ashley talks about covering news and some good, and some very bad. He says his reporting of teenagers beating to death 900 chickens is really sickening.
Ed Baxter talks about the Giants game one win over the Nationals. He says games are not played on paper.
John Rothmann on how President Obama’s critics will blame him for everything including the Ebola outbreak.
Celeste Perry talks with humorist Will Durst about his columns and a documentary that features him opening at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on where to find some of the most beautiful drives in the country, the best place to see the Fall colors, and what makes the leaves change.
John Rothmann talks about how Turkey is joining the battle against Islamic State forces.
Attorney Michael Cardoza says many District Attorneys make decisions based on politics, not on fairness.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the study done in England that says half of women have somebody they would go to if their husband doesn’t work out.
Mike Amatori says big men need BIG dogs. Hurry, hurry, hurry! Special Offer!!
It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis, Steve Wagner and Steven Kirk’s immediate reaction to David Fincher’s hotly-anticipated thriller Gone Girl, with Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen detail California’s new law banning plastic bags.
Dan Ashley remembers the beginnings of the free speech movement at UC Berkeley. Ashley ties that to our free society today and our right as Americans to speak your mind.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether this is a very worthy challenge like the Ice Bucket, or a cheap sophomoric publicity stunt.
Joe Starkey talks about how the Pac 12 conference is leading the way when it comes to benefits for student athletes.
John Rothmann says there is an unease abroad in the land. Is there any good news? The Giants won!!!
Ken Dito talks with local PGA teaching professional, Dede Moriarity who teaches kids to play golf.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks what is causing all of these fires in California?
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen take a different view on Facebook ads. Rosie says they are distracting and shouldn’t be there. Ed says it’s all part of the Facebook biz model.
ABC 7 anchor Dan Ashley talks about some tweets he got after the police officer shooting in Ferguson. Dan says he thinks there is no place for these mean-spirited messages.
Mike Amatori has a message for men who may be losing their hair.
Attorney Michael Cardoza says if you get arrested, keep your mouth shut. Don’t talk to law enforcement.
John Rothmann quotes a survey that says half of women have a back up plan for their husband.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the Ebola case in Dallas. Did the ER mess up and are we in danger?
Joe Starkey details the mess in which the Oakland Raiders find themselves. He asks if there is a man who can solve their problems.
John Rothmann talks about how Iraqi forces intended to drop food and ammunition to their own army. Instead they dropped them to Islamic State forces.
Stan Burford looks at California’s new plastic bag law and how it could make millions for the stores who “sell” paper bags.
Lloyd Lindsay Young looks at the Great Basin High. What is it, what causes it, and why do heat waves come so late in the year to the Bay Area?
John Rothmann on how the breach at the White House has far-reaching implications.
Lax security in our country at this time of great threat: At the White House, the guy got in; at airports; at the border, illegal middle easterners do get in; a beheading in Oklahoma. What are we doing about it and why the soft reaction or no reaction from the President?
It’s not always the story as much as it is who tells you the story. Stan Buford looks into the different reporting on Climate Change.