Richie Greenberg, San Francisco politician, political commentator and former candidate for mayor of San Francisco (June, 2018). Send comments to the studio line: email@example.com .
Richie Greenberg on Prop G Teen Voting Ballot Measure
Richie Greenberg explains the reasons behind a "no" vote on Prop G, coming up this November 2020 Election day.
Prop E San Francisco SFPD 2020 Ballot Measure Analysis
November 2020 Election Days will see many San Francisco ballot measures up for a vote. This podcast examines Prop E, an effort to remove a minimum level of already-mandated police officers. Richie Greenberg recommends a "no".
Richie Greenberg: San Francisco Surrendered, Call in the Feds
San Francisco City Hall has effectively surrendered to the drug dealers. Homelessness is out of control due to dealers supplying drugs to addicts 24 hours a day. Its time the effort to take back city streets be handed over to the US Federal government, now.
Homelessness And Drugs, Take Back the Streets
Richie Greenberg discusses his vision for taking back the San Francisco streets from homeless encampments and drug dealers. City Hall leaders have no plan, they've virtually given up, and surrendered.
Limitations on Navigation Centers, Ballot Measure for San Francisco
Richie Greenberg discusses his co-authoring of a ballot measure proposition to be placed on the November 2020 ballot for voters to reign in the out of control Navigation Center fiasco. Learn about what such centers are, the changes and controversy, what limitations are proposed, and what the terms of the ballot measure would require for effective accountability.
San Francisco Corruption: Chat with Susan Dyer Reynolds
In this first podcast of 2020, Richie Greenberg sits down with the editor-in-chief of The Marina Times, a community newspaper in San Francisco, to discuss the recent corruption arrest of Mohammed Nuru by the FBI. We also talk, London Breed, Willie Brown, Gavin Newsom, and Chesa Boudin, the recently elected SF District Attorney. Lots of good dirt in this episode!
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