March 31, 2016 - Issue 647: Vulgarians Against Trump - Tax Plans by
Trump & Cruz - What If Bernie Spoke to AIPAC and more... -
Publisher's Notes By Peter Gamble, BC Publisher
March 31, 2016 - Issue 647
Vulgarians Against Trump Cuba: Hope and Change?
What If Bernie Spoke to AIPAC
and more... "So when we talk about Israel and Palestinian
areas, it is important to understand that today
there is a whole lot of suffering among Palestinians
and that cannot be ignored. You can’t have good
policy that results in peace if you ignore one side."
is a lot on the WWW we think readers of BC might like. This
column is a first try at presenting some items found while looking
around on the information super highway.
Donald Trump certainly has adequate exposure, however, now and then an observation comes along by someone who is not
a regular contributor to BC we think BC readers would enjoy.
Nationally syndicated political columnist, investigative journalist,
award-winning writer, stand-up comic and wedge issue fan, Tina Dupuy
has written the followng in a column titled "Vulgarians Against Trump" published by The LA Progressive:
Donald talking about his junk nearly nonstop for the last two weeks is
like the 10th or 11th thing with him that makes him unqualified for the
office he’s seeking."
"Cuba stands at a historic crossroads. Down one path lies strict adherence to the revolutionary legacy of the Castros. Down another path lies a revival of Cuba as a playground of rich moguls and shadowy criminal types, as it was just before the revolution. Are there any other paths that Cuba can take?"
Note: On March 21, 2016 the Bernie Sanders campaign released the speech
Sanders would have given to AIPAC had the presidential hopeful been
allowed to show a pre-recorded message at the pro-Israel lobby’s annual
when we talk about Israel and Palestinian areas, it is important to
understand that today there is a whole lot of suffering among
Palestinians and that cannot be ignored. You can’t have good policy
that results in peace if you ignore one side."
Publisher and Chief Technical Officer Peter Gamble, is the recipient of
a national Sigma Delta Chi award for public service in journalism and
numerous other honors for excellence in reporting and investigative
reporting. The “beats” he covered as a broadcast journalist ranged from
activism in the streets to the State Department and White House. The
lure of a personal computer on his desk inspired a career change in
1985 and an immersion into what he saw as the future of communications.
The acquisition of computer programming skills made it possible for
Peter to achieve an important level of self-reliance in the technology
of the 21st century and to develop BlackCommentator.com. Contact Peter.