• thinking back now to this May story about another fired "dog" who he didn't dare name call back with the dog thing, didn't call him a dog, just fired him, as if he didn't want to draw much attention

      Rex...

    • So instead of regulating aggressive police we should put a dress code on teenagers?

      Edit to add: 

      How ould your dress code have helped John Crawford?

    • I dunno precisely because: we have a troll in the office of president and he is unabashedly proud of his trolling skills! I still believe that the rule not to feed trolls works but that's only when they are pseudonymous commenters on the internet! When one has a Troll Uncle Rudy at the annual...

    • After having a minute to think on the TrumpTweet retort, one thing that stands out: it's all about ratings to him. That is: good information has high ratings and monetary success. So what hurts him most is criticism from those who are "popular," though he won't admit it. So especially from...

    • child safety learnin' continued:

      All male teens of all colors now need to be taught not to drag the fantasy world of gangsta rap and porn where guys have bitches and hos into the workplace or even basic social situations. As it's no longer a situation where they might just lose their job...

    • In 3 minutes 80% of the not the usual regulars/well known,.... "opinion havers".... on the internet can often be discovered to be delusional wackanoodles with all sorts of crazy ideas and opinions.

      Lulu had one last week, to a guy with an awesome sounding membership on the Task Force on...

    • Bingo. But there's always the Qanon option. I was trying to drag out of him whether he's a believer, but he won't admit. Once the conspiracy theorizing goes way wack you know they've given up on coping with reality and all is really bleak for them. To paraphrase a president you know, they...

      by artappraiser 14 hours 45 min ago in Erratic Conduct and Behavior
    • lol! thanks, I didn't know all of that about him, I just knew about him as a commentator on journalistic issues

    • Now that did make me laugh

      From “How Not to Get Shot: And Other Advice From White People” by D.L. Hughley 

      In America, a black man is three times more likely to be killed in encounters with police than a white guy. If only he had complied with the cop, he might be...

    • But...Jack Shafer.....?

    • Jack Shafer thinks income taxes are a bad idea, drug laws are a bad idea, gun laws are a bad idea, social security is a bad idea, along with any federal program to aid the poor or those with  low income. Jacks Wiki page, Jack Shafer:...

    • If you're right the republicans, despite controlling the presidency and congress, with all senior officials selected and appointed by Trump, have done nothing to stop a criminal conspiracy lead by Brennan. No indictments against anyone involved in this criminal conspiracy, no one has pleaded...

      by ocean-kat 16 hours 30 min ago in Erratic Conduct and Behavior
    • More than Jack Shafer and Jay Rosen, I'd like to hear what Artappraiser thinks about this situation

    • The White House press room is the closest thing in the US to Prime Minister's question time. And however ridiculous the latter is in theatricality and diversionary tactics and opportunism, it remains a half-decent expression of democracy and public accountability and debate. The US on the other...

    • Not only do I know it, I have strong personal opinions about it.

      I think is tragically and devastatingly stupid of any parent to teach a child of color to racially profile for safety purposes!

      All children once they are pre-teens should be wary of police officers as my own father...

    • Well you're no different than me just posting about it on dagblog. Except that you think preaching at me is going to change the culture as it is? What can't you see about how you are not "speaking truth to power" here? That we are just analyzers of the news. Where all but one user has long ago...

    • P.S. What I really think is that if there are too many people out there like you selling outrage as the Dem party message. As opposed to those who are doing positive things to change the situation like running for office and showing the majority will vote for them. That it's not as bad as...

    • You know all this stuff.

      That is the sad part.

    • I've read all those links and more on the issue for decades and the problem has been discussed ad nauseum and to points of extreme emotional upheaval in my own family for the same time period.

      And I venture a guess everyone on this site knows all that stuff.

      The thing is: that...

    • Good news, not bad news, that he's doing that, instead of being afraid to do anything about it? 

      Just like it was good news that Starbucks Inc. didn't just shrug the whole thing off. A decade ago they would have.

      You see glass half empty and emptying more with every news story...

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