Most of the good citizens of San Diego sit back and observe the
shenanigans of the "powers that be". Other than complain to neighbors,
relatives, strangers and out-of-towners
and an occasional "I'm so mad I'm going to write to the Union (or some other
public source) and let them know what I think!", we do NOTHING!
Well, there are a few people in San Diego who are not afraid to stand up and be
counted. They go to the necessary meetings, write articles and letters to the
editor, voice their opinions among peers and friends. One such person is
Schnaubelt, a former City Councilman and an avid writer on political and social
issues in San Diego. You may not agree with what he states, but he tackles
issues with a vengeance and backs up his opinions with facts.
Eight years ago I asked Fred if I could
publish some of his articles on a
real estate website
I had online. I put a little blurb on the home page enticing people to
read the articles. Well, like most new items, I had few visitors the first
month. However, visitors started clicking on Fred's articles and I discovered that there is interest in San Diego Issues.
Thus, San Diego Issues came about as a necessity for San Diegans.
It is a place where you are given generous space to state your opinions,
concerns and possible solutions to our vexing problems. Write an article,
e-mail your ideas for this site.
Catherine Darragh, Editor