For a Sustainable Future: Hemp? Nuclear Power? or Maybe...?
Joe Weinstein: We should distinguish between practicality of using hemp as fuel long-term as part of a sustainable future, versus what to do in the short term to reduce greenhouse gas emission rates.
Feedback Friday: Bernie and Black Voters
The current meme is that it is kind of racist to think otherwise: that these were simply the typical easily led low information voters influenced by the media and corrupt politician hacks like Clyburn who abused their trust.
Friday Feedback: What Distinction Between Insurance Payments and General Funds?
Mark Dempsey: Where would the population get the dollars to pay taxes if government, the monopoly producer of dollars, didn’t spend them out into the economy first?
Friday Feedback: Can Trump Tweet Away Coronavirus?
COVID-19 is probably much less lethal than SARS, but Trump’s tweets attacking everybody who tries to create a plan for dealing with it won’t work, and neither will Pence and company saying to trust in Jesus.
Friday Feedback: What Goes on at LA's Predominately Black Schools
Joel L. Parkes: While my long tenure in one grade and subject limit my perspective, I can say that far too many students, black or Latinx, arrive at the seventh-grade reading at a second- or third-grade level.
Friday Feedback: Another French Revolution to Solve All Our Problems
Billy Goddard: I don’t know how to proceed with individuals who believe Trump is a kind, moral, honest, and truthful person, and that the French Revolution was just a natural unavoidable event.
Reader Feedback: What's Wrong With Both Parties?
Jim Thomas: The two parties are also united on the economic policies which we call Neoliberalism, which have caused the greatest disparity in wealth in the history of this Country and have destroyed the middle class in this Country.
Reader Feedback: Endless Conflicts
Dick Price: As a recent veteran, other program members would frequently bring newcomer Vietnam veterans to me, if for no other reason than to show them that sobriety was within their reach and wasn’t nearly as onerous as they feared.
Reader Feedback: What Mister Rogers Really Taught Us
Tom Hall: Fred Rogers showed Lloyd Vogel that he mattered. That his concerns were important to Fred Rogers. He didn’t simply tell Lloyd Vogel what he needed and how to behave.