May 27, 2016
Has the historically conservative San Diego Union-Tribune editorial page shifted to the left?
Mathew T. Hall, the new editorial and opinion director at the San Diego Union-Tribune, joined the podcast this week to talk about some of the paper's recent surprising political endorsements. But Hall wasn't ready to let...
May 20, 2016
In this episode, we tried for a debate between candidates for the obscure but important board and got this instead.
This week, we're running the latest episode of Good Schools For All—Voice of San Diego's education podcast—in place of VOSD Radio.
Good Schools For All is one of four shows currently...
May 13, 2016
Both Ray Ellis and Barbara Bry took different routes to the same place: They both oppose public money for a new stadium to host the city’s restless professional football team.
Ellis and Bry are in a brutal contest in San Diego’s District 1 City Council race. Ellis and his allies say Bry’s support of the so-called...
May 9, 2016
Businessman Peter Farrell says a lot of interesting things: Of course carbon is a greenhouse gas but we’re not emitting enough of it to change the climate. The climate is just changing but not that much. If sea levels are rising, maybe insurance companies should stop providing policies to people in Miami Beach....
May 6, 2016
Matt Strabone often starts his day with some version of this tweet:
The local attorney joins this week’s podcast to explain why he’s so adamant about the need for strong regulations when it comes to campaign financing.
“Spending money is conduct, it’s not speech,” he said. “I think most people, maybe even...