Questions About Content
1. What is the purpose of this blog?
A. It is our intent to present an informed, conservative perspective on the political / governmental issues of the day, in the belief that in our democracy the better ideas will eventually win out over the ideologues - an as yet unproven assumption for San Francisco.
2. When do you publish?
A. A new posting is made by 6 PM each Friday. Intermediate postings will be based on unusually significant events.
3. How do you decide on topics?
A. We try to select topics upon which we can offer a fresh perspective, rather than reporting on the news. During the 2008 election season, we will frequently deal with the policy differences in the McCain-Obama contest. Suggestions from readers are welcome.
4. How do you manage comments?
A. Comments are published, unscreened, as they are made by readers (click the "comments" notation at the bottom of the post), for a period of up to four weeks after the original posting. Personal attacks and vulgarity will be deleted.
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A. The simplest answer is to add us as www.RightinSanFrancisco.com to your "favorites" list on your web browser, and include us in your weekly schedule.
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2. How can I introduce you to my friends?
A. The simple answer is to refer them to www.RightinSanFrancisco.com. A more direct approach would be to paste the URL from our blog site into an e-mail so that they could access the site with just a click.
3. How can I contact you?
A. The easiest contact is via comments, which are monitored and responded to daily. Alternatiively, you can e-mail the author at RightinSanFrancisco@comcast.net, which is monitored less frequently.
4. I have my own blog. How can we support each other?
A. We do support trackbacks, and do not object to the inclusion of your web site address in your comments on our site. By mutual agreement, we include compatible sites on our blogroll.