Author: ft Editorial Staff

Letter to the Editor: Why are first tuesday writings politically biased?

Question: Why do first tuesday writings — posted here on the journal and in affiliated books — seem politically biased? Answer: The writers at first tuesday strive to keep political opinions out of our fact-based writings, but let us address some of the issues that are political hot buttons. In a recent letter to the editor, a concerned reader asked about our stances on a few politically charged issues. first tuesday does not shy away from addressing issues that have political meaning when they hold significance for California’s housing market. Such issues include: the mortgage interest deduction (MID); Proposition...

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