How much more ‘progress’ from progressive policy can San Francisco take?


In 2018, a medical association that had been visiting San Francisco regularly since the 1980s announced it was moving its convention from the city because its members didn’t feel safe on its streets. Others followed, including Oracle, which moved its CloudWorld convention to Las Vegas.

Some cancellations were related in part to the pandemic, but it’s ignoring the obvious to believe that the visible decline of a city once the envy of almost all others had no bearing on the decisions.

As bleak as the present is for “San Fransicko,” the future looks even more grim.

Click to read the full article in the Washington Times.

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