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If San Diego wants weird, let’s go for it. Send Faulconer to a presidential general, where he’s never gone before. Get the city council to settle the tourist-tax conundrum, with or without him. Maybe real words will replace happy talk. more

Spin Cycle

Only two short months ago, Mayor Kevin Faulconer proudly hopped aboard the Marco Rubio train to the White House, becoming one of seven co-chairs for the Florida senator’s presidential campaign in California leading up to the June primary. more

Spin Cycle

Major challenges ahead for San Diego’s progressive movement After progressive former Mayor Bob Filner’s scandal-driven resignation on Aug. 23, 2013, conservatives seized the day. more

News

Regarding San Diego Ethics Commission appointments [“Reform the Ethics Commission,” Sept. 2], I would not trust San Diego retired judges. more

Letters to the Editor

At one point, Rand Paul was well positioned to be the “candidate of a new generation.” His foreign policy and civil rights positions, for example, could unite constituencies otherwise driven apart by opportunistic partisan political operati... more

News & Opinion

The local Republican Party fought hard for Lorie Zapf, and she repaid the favor by coming in first place in a five-person race in the primary election for the District 6 City Council seat that Donna Frye must vacate at the end of the year b... more

News & Opinion

Look, CityBeat understands that San Diego just finished its fifth election in two years. Really, we do. But look around: six San Diegans have already declared their interest in running for open City Council seats in 2008. The next election ... more

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