Bonnie Dumanis regularly abuses her position of authority to abuse the Constitutional rights of all segments of the population equally—with the exception of campaign contributors and others who can further her political career.
I couldn't agree more with your Feb. 4 editorial on the push for a new stadium for the Chargers. The city's attitude should be that when the last pothole is filled, the last sidewalk is fixed and the last homeless person is adequately housed, we'll talk about taxpayer support for a new stadium.
Regarding your Jan. 7 editorial, “Eyes on these guys”: First, about having to justify using the word “guys”: If anyone wants to find that problematic, especially with anyone at CityBeat using it, they need to have their head examined.
I disagree with you on almost every issue, from the minimum wage to Carl DeMaio, but on the stadium issue you are spot on [“Editorial,” Dec. 23]. If the Chargers want a new stadium, they can pay for one just as any other business in San Diego would.
Whether people like it or not, your paper does a heck of a job bringing uncomfortable issues to light. The piece titled “Nigga” [“Art & Culture, Dec. 10] forces examination of a word linked to a shameful part of our history.