isualize that as the headline. Friday, I said that for a December Surprise to happen when the Electoral College meets, a group of breakaway Republican electors need to have a plan—rally around an alternative candidate in the party. Short of electing someone else outright (there is zero chance of that), 38 electors can dump Trump by […]
Steve Fine: What is needed is for breakaway electors to organize themselves into a voting block pledged to a single alternative candidate, regardless of party affiliation.
Steve Fine: This petition drive presages the battles to come after the incoming Trump administration takes power, such as defending the values, causes, programs and human beings targeted for their chopping block.
Steve Fine: When Nate Silver buries his predictions on his website, then you know this election is a toss-up.
The Alarmist: The cumulative effect of clicking on the name Trump for over a year has created a body politic with a conditioned response, one that is beginning to register in the polls masquerading as a political opinion.
Steve Fine: The four galleries in the “Spring ‘67” series reflect the spirit of the times and the activism in the streets just as the antiwar movement was shifting into high gear and the counter-culture aborning.
Wednesday night’s packed Town Hall at the Robert A. Millikan Middle School auditorium in Sherman Oaks (January 4, 2012) to meet Congressman Howard Berman (D), the San Fernando Valley’s longest serving representative, was an informative and low-key affair about a good number of hot-button issues, punctuated by occasional but persistent outbursts from . . . […]
Steve Fine: While the Occupy Movement has been busy targeting the dominance and corruption of the 1% on the domestic side, it has inadvertently given those same people a massive free pass on the foreign policy side. This needs to change.
Steve Fine: Had the editors decided to use the original photograph instead, then they would have had a problem on their hands: a far too attractive image for the Occupy movement.