What is Net Neutrality, Why it’s Important, and What Could Happen if it’s Repealed Water, Electricity, Internet It’s time to choose your monthly water bill! Would you like to buy the kitchen sink package? That’s $10/month. The shower package? That’s $15/month. The 3-sink-combo package? That’s $20/month. Luckily that is not how you pay for your water … Continue reading What’s Going on With Net Neutrality?
Ok, there is a lot of stuff to vote on this time. Even just writing the titles and questions makes it long. The SF + CA voter guide is 500 pages. There are 52 things to vote on. You can read the short version up top with the summary of who I’m going to vote … Continue reading Jeremy’s 2016 Voter Guide for the November 8th, 2016 Election
I’ve read many blog posts arguing against Trump and they’ve presented a very compelling case. They’ve convinced me. He’s a racist and a sexist and a nativist and a demagogue and unfit to be the president of the US. That’s not the problem: the problem is that the people who we need to convince aren’t … Continue reading Blog Posts Against Trump for People Who Won’t Read Them
Today is voting day in California, so please remember to vote. You have until 8pm. So almost everyone is not voting. So if even just 1 out of 3 of the people reading this who aren’t planning to vote went and voted, the voter turnout rate would double! In the 2012 Presidential election, the voter … Continue reading Reminder: Vote Today in California
I’ve written up my voter guide for the June 7th elections. Read the short version or the long version with more background information. The Short Version Offices Party-Nominated Offices President of the United States: Bernie Sanders Voter-Nominated Offices United States Senator: Kamala Harris United States Representative: Preston Picus State Senator: Scott Weiner Member, State Assembly: … Continue reading Jeremy’s 2016 Voter Guide for the June 7th California Primary and SF Election