Tom Hall: The majority opinion also is clear in pillorying Kavanaugh for his clear, intentional misstatements of existing law.
To lay all of our misdeeds at the feet of one man engages in the worst sort of logical fallacies: ad hominem and reductio ad absurdum.
Those with any brains and the ability to read history know that justice comes from people caring about people and not standing on the sidelines worrying about being civil when a bully comes into their backyard.
Wes Barnard: I was delighted to see so many fair-minded White Americans get off their asses and actually go to the border and protest the insanity of this evil government.
Wes King: I would not use the term Camelot in any association with Clinton. That’s an affront to John F Kennedy’s legacy. There was some legitimate Camelot there.
ach week, LA Progressive’s editors 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 Tom Hall, who commented on the article by Sharon […]
Tom Hall: Buckminster Fuller was correct – to sell a new idea, you need a real, new model, not just the idea.
Phil Barnes-Roberts: Ol’ Sam Clemens had a lot to say about scalawags and assorted conmen (mostly assumed male then, in the era between Halley’s Comet passes that framed Twain’s life).
David L. Keeler: Paid signature gathering is anemic to the process and should be banned. Petition circulators should be those who support the proposal or candidate & can speak directly to the issue or about candidate.
The US ranks #1 among wealthy nations in preventable deaths and suffers elevated rates of morbidity. We are 76th in maternal child health. Our bodies are being used used as profit centers for Wall Street shareholders.
Jeffrey Killeen: Here in Northern California, admittedly far from a representative sample of life in these United States, the dictatorial boss model has been discovered unworkable when working with well educated employees who are expected to contribute original thought.
Joe Mathews: OC residents have good reason to infer that going to the expense of making OC life better for current resident new immigrants and homeless and new seekers of affordable housing will simply increase the future attraction of OC to yet more.
Joe Weinstein: The common-sense keep-and-add approach is exactly what has been done in the east SF Bay, both for tunnels and for bridges.