Richie Greenberg Show

Richie Greenberg Show

Richie Greenberg, San Francisco politician, political commentator and former candidate for mayor of San Francisco (June, 2018). Send comments to the studio line: press@richiegreenberg.org .... Show More

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August 18, 2020 12 min
Richie Greenberg explains the reasons behind a "no" vote on Prop G, coming up this November 2020 Election day.
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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".
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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Richie Greenberg together with special guest Maggie (@FogCityMidge) discuss the controversial campaign billboard put up by Ellen Lee Zhou, candidate for mayor of San Francisco, which caused allegations of racist and sexism. The story gained local and national attention - prompting unfortunate results. Have a listen to learn the fate of Ellen Zhou's campaign efforts.
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Richie Greenberg sits down at the Nespresso Cafe in San Francisco, with candidate for San Francisco District Attorney Nancy Tung. Nancy discusses her platform, clarifies the role of the DA in the criminal justice system, how she views crime and prosecution in our city, and how the office of the DA has become politicized when it should not be. Have a listen.
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Richie Greenberg sits down with Agatha Bacelar, the 27-year-old progressive / democrat candidate who is running against Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco. Agatha talks about her background, her conservative family, her views on AOC, the Green New Deal, how political leadership needs to embrace tech for social justice, and how she is one of only a couple of candidates who accept Bitcoin.
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Richie Greenberg sits down with San Francisco mayor candidate Joel Ventresca , who talks about his vision and policies for changing the city, moving away from a corporate-democrat -controlled mayor's office to a progressive-democrat leadership. We talk homelessness, crime, housing and more.
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Richie Greenberg sits down with Shahid Buttar, one of the candidates for CA congressional district 12, vying for unseating Nancy Pelosi. This extended interview sheds light on Mr. Buttars platform, his views on 1st amendment, the reasons Pelosi's reign must end, and much more.
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Richie Greenberg chats with Jazmina Saavedra, a legal immigrant in the United States. She moved to California from her native Nicaragua, escaping a communist regime. Last year, she ran for US Congress, and while in a restaurant bathroom, a transgender woman accosted her. The LGBT community came to the defense of the trans woman.
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Candidate to challenge Nancy Pelosi in the Mar 2020 Primary, DeAnna Lorraine joins Richie Greenberg, discussing her platform, her values and that "Pelosi" means "hairy" in Italian.
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In the latest podcast episode from Friday 8/23/2019, Richie Greenberg talks about his previous run for mayor, his views for San Francisco's homeless population, and his appearance on a recent special Fox News expose on the city's homeless crisis. Video is at https://youtu.be/j9z0FNGKng4
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In part 2 of my interview with Ester, a 15 year old public school student in San Francisco, she explains her views on illegal immigration, AOC, indoctrination in the classroom, running for office, the Green New Deal, No Collusion, and Common Core school curriculum. A lot to pack in to 20 minutes today! Have a listen.
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In Part 1 of his interview with Ester, a San Francisco public school student, we listen to her views on the school system, on her parents and a conservative upbringing.
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Sunday June 30, 2019, SF1 Radio was on location at the San Francisco Pride weekend festival at City Hall and Civic Center. FogCityMidge chatted with Richie about her experiences at the festival and gave insights about the attendees.
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San Francisco mayoral candidate talks with Richie Greenberg, regarding her devotion to Christianity. Have a listen.
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San Francisco mayoral candidate Ellen Lee Zhou talks with Richie Greenberg , regarding her priorities, her vision and her views on the current environment of the city. Recorded on location inside San Francisco City Hall, Jun 5th 2019.
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Special guest Maggie FogCityMidge sits down with Richie Greenberg in San Francisco, to discuss the goings on at the California State Democrat Party convention June 2019, including analysis of the weekend, and insight about several presidential candidates in town for the event.
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