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I Call BS what it is-Bullshit!

I just read a phony attack on Oakland’s mayor that is billed as a new feature in the San Francisco Chronicle, “We Call BS” by Carla Marinucci. 845 more words

Panetta: Partisanship A Major Threat to National Security

The San Francisco Chronicle’s Carla Marinucci had a nice profile recently on Leon Panetta, a native Californian and statesman par excellence.

I’ve always thought of Panetta, who recently retired from a long and distinguished career, as someone who always viewed his responsibilities the way all elected officials should: as public servants. 395 more words

California Legislature

Romneys get ribbed over Olympian horse

By Carla Marinucci

A horse is a horse, of course, of course – unless, of course, it’s a fancy Olympic dancing horse.

And if that horse is partly owned by GOP presidential candidate  872 more words


Obama administration bars reporters from Silicon Valley fundraisers

”In a week in which Silicon Valley is the focus of intense news coverage, the White House that promised the ‘most open administration in history’ has made an unusual move — barring local reporters from covering a pair of high priced presidential fundraisers in the tech region Sunday,” Carla Marinucci reports for The San Francisco Chronicle. 398 more words


Obama admin's story and reporters story don't jive...not the first time.

From E&P via theSanFranChron:

The San Francisco Chronicle has accused the White House of lying about a recent spat with one of its reporters.

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San Francisco Paper Calls Obama A Liar

File this one under “things I really didn’t expect to see,” especially from a media outlet in Nancy Pelosi’s deep blue district:

In a pants-on-fire moment, the White House press office…

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Washington's dirty deal with the Media

An incident this past week exposed the soft underbelly of the beast.  For years “We the People” have been complaining about the media’s soft coverage of this administration.  989 more words

The President