The Los Angeles Times covered the protest at Charlie Munger and Mandy Lowell's Hamilton Avenue home yesterday. Charlie and Mandy gave $35 million to destroy public education in California by defeating Proposition 30, which will cut billions from public education. [Portion removed due to disrespectful comment or offensive language.]
I am not sure why the Weekly won't cover this story, but here is a link to the LA Times coverage: Web Link
"The day after Halloween, conservative donor Charles Munger Jr. had some visitors less friendly than trick-or-treaters.
A group of protesters gathered outside his Palo Alto home on Thursday, waving signs and leaving fake bags of money on his doorstep."
Why are you not covering a story of tremendous local interest? Worried about offending a billionaire? Maybe they'll go after you like they did Jerry Brown? Was burying coverage of the Lowell-Munger's efforts spend their billions to cut funding for our schools by burying it in a story about the death penalty not enough -- now you have to delete a legitimate public effort to cover the story?
California's students, teachers, public colleges, nurses, and hospitals deserve better than this.