Friday, September 8, 2006
This week, President Bush has refocused the nation's attention on the war on terrorism with a series of speeches and the announcement that he has sent a group of high-ranking terror suspects to Guantanamo Bay prison. Is the nation safer now than five years ago?
Also, the San Diego City Council approved Mayor Jerry Sanders' remediation plan. Will the council make any changes to the mayor's recommendations?
Plus, the Port Commission decided to study a proposal to build a new stadium for the Chargers in National City. Does this development improve our chances of keeping the team in San Diego County?
- John Warren , editor and publisher of San Diego Voice and Viewpoint .
- Bob Kittle , editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Page.
- Tim McClain , editor of San Diego Metropolitan Magazine