Clifford J. Tasner: Her biggest donors over the years have been Defense Contractors, which is why she enthusiastically embraced every war and military action that the Senate has been allowed to vote on.
Joseph Maizlish: What lies behind and beneath the desperate stigmatization and economic and psychological exploitation — so desperate that the stigmatization is supported by violence?
Wes King: The frenzy around a multiplicity of Russian “election interference” narratives…going on for well over a year now is a phenomenon that is beyond tiresome and serves little purpose other than to distract people from truly substantive issues.
Bill Sims: We were told that in the Korean War a shockingly low percentage of soldiers fired their rifles in combat and that the M-16 was designed specifically to solve this problem as well as being light and easy to carry by small people.
Wes King: The unfortunate consequence of the “red baiting” circus that has dominated much of the mainstream media narrative in the wake of the 2016 election is that it creates more confusion than clarity.
So does our response continue to be no response at all? Let whatever happens happen? I think that when we have options concerning a real – and not imagined – threat to our well being that doing nothing is the worst option.
Joe Weinstein: There is no sustainable solution for homelessness until the city (and state and nation and globe) insist on – and start taking specific steps toward – a sustainable population policy.
Trump christianity — I hope Evangelicals are finally held accountable for their Un-Christian practice of Christianity.
Ron Fox: Was he rude and vulgar? Sure. But most voters are not enamored of someone who speaks like an academic (especially after 8 years of President Obama), probably know and love at least one person who’s rude or vulgar themselves, and are more interested in deeds and words.
Gary Corseri: One aspect of our current problems not mentioned here is the conundrum of living in a shrinking world with an expanding population.
ach week, the editor’s of LA Progressive pick what they regard as a particularly insightful comment from one of our readers, both to draw attention to one particular reader’s thoughts and to encourage more readers to weigh in with their opinions. This week’s pithy “Feedback Friday” response comes from Isabelle, who commented on Gretchen Kelly’s “Dear […]
Tom Hall: Except that the worst of the worst of today’s “irresponsible” men are all BABY BOOMERS! OUR generation – the generation that gave the Civil Rights Movement its greatest push forward, then turned our backs on Civil Rights to build the anti-Vietnam War Movement.
Charles Fredericks: Perhaps his idiocy will spur enough defections to allow Robert Mueller’s investigation to proceed with actual charges.