North Coast Journal Does The Election
This week the North Coast Journal has guest writers looking at the recent election and what it means. It should be no surprise that it's pretty much Democrat-centric, as its publisher has made no bones about her political leanings in the past, going so far just before the first Obama election to dedicate a cover story to him with an essay by Tom Hayden telling us why Obama is a "transformational leader". I thought that shameless at the time, and wrote just that here.
Even past county deputy district attorney, Alan Dollison, writes a column with his usual admiration of all things government and military. He wrote, "the second time that transition occurred while I was deployed in a war zone. Even with protests, America should be profoundly proud that is our heritage.". I can only guess that we managed to have him in a war zone twice is a heritage that is something to be proud of? Yes, he probably would think that.
Media Maven, Marcy Burstiner, seems to think the only reason Trump won was because not enough people paid attention to her and the rest of the media, at least that's the way I read it.
Anyway, head up the The Journal, get all touchy-feely with the almost can't we all get along writing up there, then come back here to argue once your tears have dried.