Monthly Archives: September 2012

My actual correspondence with the Weekly

“At this point I am focusing my campaign… on three points: 1) To question whether the developers have too much say and sway; 2) whether PC planned community zoning is the most concentrated form of abuse of the system and … Continue reading

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Weiss interview on tape with Palo Alto Weekly

I was interviewed by Bill Johnson and Jocelyn Dong, the publisher and editor, of the Palo Alto Weekly last Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, for about an hour, and they posted this 30-minute segment on their YouTube page. TO VIEW THE … Continue reading

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Candidates forum at UUCPA

I thought I fared pretty well at the candidates’ forum Saturday, Sept. 16, 2012 at Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto, put on my League of Women Voters. You can watch the stream here at┬áMidPeninsula Media Center; it’s two hours … Continue reading

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Candidates’ forum Saturday, Sept. 15

The League of Women Voters is producing a candidates forum Saturday, Sept. 15, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Unitarian Universalist Church on Charleston in Palo Alto. The six candidates are Mark Weiss, Tim Gray, Liz Kniss, Marc Berman, Greg … Continue reading

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‘Make No Law’

“Make No Law” is a 1991 book by Anthony Lewis about the Sullivan Case which still establishes the bulk of U.S. Constitutional law about libel law and citizens’ ability to comment on public officials. Much of my activism here, for … Continue reading

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