John Marciano: In reality, Cronkite never opposed the war itself; rather, he only came to question it after the Tet Offensive made it clear that the U.S. policy in Vietnam was not working.
John Marciano: I’ll believe Clinton is sincere about domestic gun deaths and gun control when she shows the same concern for children in the Middle East and Asia who have been massacred by the weapons that she, as Senator and Secretary of State, helped fund and export to murderous regimes.
John Marciano: Having suffered enough, why should the people of this community be expected to find the financial resources to pay for expenses incurred during the recent massacre?
View image | gettyimages.com lthough the presidential election is more than 18 months away, supporters of Hillary Clinton already argue that progressives should vote for her. The fundamental issue, however, is what you, as an individual progressive voter, do – not what everyone else does. Given the total votes cast in the 2012 election in […]
John Marciano: Those who accept the President’s argument that fear made people torture others, should then be expected to understand the fear that drove North Vietnamese to torture American pilots – including Senator John McCain.
John Marciano: Amidst the adulation for the Clintons, can admirers imagine the anguish of Afghani, Bosnian, Iraqi, Pakistani, Serbian, Somali, Sudanese and Yemeni parents whose children that have been killed as a result of decisions the Clintons have made as public officials?
John Marciano: As I walked past a Santa Monica church on Easter Sunday, I wondered if the clergy inside had addressed the war’s anniversary. Had they at any time in the past ten years condemned it in clear and prophetic language? Where have they been during the long nightmare of war in Iraq – and Afghanistan?