more shameful liberal government attempts to silence the kind of free speech that they don't like. Just one more reason why I live on the Peninsula...
I wish I could call this kind of behavior outrageous, but in the spectrum of San Francisco politics this is in the spectrum of "normal". When they announced plans to put a provision on the ballot that would outlaw the ownership of guns by law abiding citizens (apparently they aren't concerned about crimminals having guns, homicides and other gun crimes are at alarming levels and the police and DA are at the bottom of the state when it comes to solving crime and convicting the offenders) I sent in a lifetime membership to the NRA as a means of protest... what can I do now? <laughing uncontrollably>Join the ACLU... </end laughing uncontrollably>
UPDATE: The SF Board of Dupes is voting on this on April 5, so please let them know your thoughts (especially SF residents) by following the link below.
Link: Daily Pundit Archives.
Just when you thought the Federal Election Commission had it out for the blogosphere, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors took it up a notch and announced yesterday that it will soon vote on a city ordinance that would require local bloggers to register with the city Ethics Commission and report all blog-related costs that exceed $1,000 in the aggregate.
Blogs that mention candidates for local office that receive more than 500 hits will be forced to pay a registration fee and will be subject to website traffic audits, according to Chad Jacobs, a San Francisco City Attorney.