Fabiani: Getting sports radio to make things up

Thor's Assistant Rostra Administrator (Thor's Assistant) 1 Comment

From Tony Manolatos, who learned a couple of things while the spokesman for the Citizens Stadium Advisory Group… The Mighty 1090’s Dan Sileo read a critical letter on air about a week ago. Dan said the letter was written by the NFL and was going to be delivered to the Mayor that morning. I remember hearing him on air saying …

Richard Rider’s reaction to Chargers deal

Richard Rider, Chairman, San Diego Tax Fighters Richard Rider, Chairman, San Diego Tax Fighters 2 Comments

I’d like to see the actual Chargers stadium proposal, but based on the task force’s official write-up which I presume is accurate, appears to be a $467 million taxpayer giveaway to keep the Chargers here — ignoring cost overruns and “surprises.” And apparently that’s not counting the 60 acres of land valued at $180 million (not sure how land ownership …

CSAG Releases Stadium Plan, Faulconer’s reaction, Goldsmith weighs in

Press Releases / Media Advisories Press Releases / Media Advisories 1 Comment

PRESS RELEASE CSAG Lays out a Clear, Workable Path to New Multi-Use Stadium with No New Taxes ‘This financing plan is an important milestone and creates the framework needed to begin negotiations’  SAN DIEGO (May 18, 2015)—Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group (CSAG) released its “Site Selection and Financing Plan for New Multi-Use Stadium in San Diego” today. It …

Manchester and Lynch’s “Rescue Mission” for the SD Union-Tribune deserves Commendation. Jobs are a Big Reason.

Jim Sills Jim Sills

Proving once again that  no good deed goes unpunished, Doug Manchester and John Lynch are getting criticism for trying to save a San Diego institution [the Union-Tribune] and the hundreds of jobs it provides for local families.  Here are a few points about that criticism: (1) No proposal regarding a new Charger Stadium has been approved by the San Diego City Council.  If one …

My Response To Jim Sills On John Lynch’s Support of Corporate Welfare

Bradley J. Fikes Bradley J. Fikes

Since comments to Sills’ last post appear to be closed, I’m placing my reply in its own post. This reply-reply-to-reply format is cumbersome, so I’ve shortened it — hopefully without distorting the meaning. Read the original thread linked above to get everything.  My comments are in boldface. I respect Sills’ spirited defense of alleged conservatives John Lynch and Doug Manchester, …