Once again, faced with zero evidence to identify a criminal, the Palo Alto Police Department points its crooked finger on the same individuals that US Police Departments have targeted for centuries: young black men. We must put a stop to this intolerable, deadly practice.

The Palo Alto Police Department issued…

Tonight the City of Palo Alto hosted a “Town Hall” which mostly, unsurprisingly, amounted to city staffers giving misleading presentations overstating rationale behind their terrible decisions, and understating the probability of impending destruction of everything we value most.

In the presentation, City Manager Ed Shikada and his top lackeys (who…

Last night at the Palo Alto Unified District School Board meeting, in the “consent agenda” (agenda matters that are passed without any explanation or discussion, even though they often are both controversial and controverted) was an item that asked the Board to approve a Policy that clarified that PAUSD teachers…

How our tax money is being spent.

A couple months ago, I filmed two video walkthroughs of the City of Palo Alto’s brand-new huge and empty 6-level parking garage just south of California Avenue in Palo Alto.

I made these videos initially to publicize Palo Alto’s inappropriate waste of limited taxpayer funds on this energy-wasting $200 million…

Tonight at the Palo Alto City Council meeting, the Council unanimously voted to approve a report from its new outsourced auditor (which it engaged after defunding an entire city office and eliminating a dozen city jobs). That report made no conclusions, and offered no recommendations by design. It was merely…

FOR. THE. KIDS.!

For people outside of Palo Alto, it can be hard to believe that our public schools are among the very last in the state to enable students to return to school, much less, even to have a workable plan for return to school. PAUSD, once considered among…

Rebecca Eisenberg

I Question Your Judgment: A blog about changing the world, starting in its wealthiest city.

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