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Archive for November 12th, 2008
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No CommentsLocally and nationwide, Asian American groups are excited about President-elect Barack Obama. Here are some thoughts on how Obama’s historical election will affect the Asian American community in general and the work these organizations are doing in the community. “The fact that he is the […]
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No CommentsIf Obama’s moment is all about being the first African American president, was it really about judging a man by his character instead of by his color? What does it say about prejudice when it was politically correct to dismiss Senator John McCain as too […]
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No CommentsDistrict 1 supervisor candidate Sue Lee, a former supervisor aide and planning commissioner, was a newcomer to electoral politics but did relatively well by coming close to school board member Eric Mar. So far he’s holding a six-point lead among the first choices of voters […]
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No CommentsAlthough I received more votes in San Francisco than all the U.S. presidential candidates except Barack Obama combined, they were not nearly enough to win. The biggest difference between this year’s contest and the previous four elections where I won handily was that this year […]
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No Comments»Asian Market Report »Six Asian Am. and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions Receive Grants »Robbers Take Thousands From a Bus Company in New York’s Chinatown »Councilman Liu to Help Residents Fill Out Applications for Home Energy Assistance »D.A. Harris Plans Run for Attorney General […]
Posted on November 12, 2008 | No CommentsSAN FRANCISCO – 24 year-old Giants pitcher, Tim Lincecum was awarded the National League Cy Young – baseball’s highest pitching award. Lincecum is only the second San Francisco Giant to have ever received the honor.