Congressional Watch: Gitsham: a ‘New Age’ Republican

Posted: October 7th, 2016 | Columnists, Congressional Watch, Featured, News, Politics | No Comments

By Andy Cohen | Congressional Watch We’re just over one month away from Election Day and it’s been an election year unlike any other. While the Trump vs. Clinton circus rightfully takes center stage, there are other races that will be decided on Nov. 8, as well. They don’t have nearly the entertainment value or generate […]

Downtown News Opinion December 2013

Posted: December 8th, 2013 | Opinion, Opinion & News, Politics | 1 Comment

Kick the Tires: Properly selecting a charity and avoiding scams this holiday season by Paul Downey, Senior Community Centers Giving to a charity each year is easy for most of us. We have a passion for a particular cause and want to help those less fortunate than ourselves. When you have a personal tie to […]

The Role of Council President

Posted: January 13th, 2013 | Opinion, Opinion & News, Politics | No Comments

By Councilmember Todd Gloria December 3, 2012 was a big day.  I was sworn in for my second term as the Councilmember for District Three, started representing new communities and I was also unanimously elected Council President by my colleagues. The role of Council President is relatively new to San Diego, and I am only […]