DID YOU EVER NOTICE HOW MANY PEOPLE WHO ARE INCAPABLE OF DISCUSSING ISSUES CONTINUE TO OBSESS ABOUT SENATOR ELIZABETH WARREN'S HERITAGE?
DOES IT MATTER THAT THE CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU [CFPB] THAT PROTECTS CONSUMERS IS BEING DESTROYED? CFPB WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR INVESTIGATING AND PROSECUTING WELLS FARGO AMONG OTHER THINGS,
HAVE THOSE CRITICS EVER RESEARCHED THE IMPORTANCE OF CFPB? OR OTHER ISSUES SENATOR WARREN HAS ADDRESSED?
THERE SEEM TO BE TOO MANY INCOMPETENT JOURNALISTS.
Should Warren take a DNA test to settle her ethnic-heritage controversy?
We’re not picking on her. She’s just in the news a lot. Anyway, the Berkshire Eagle, in an editorial, is suggesting that U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren should take a DNA test to settle the controversy over her past claims of Native-American heritage. The Globe’s Joan Vennochi thinks it’s a good idea, one that could potentially put the controversy to rest.
Btw: Both Vennochi and the Herald’s Joe Battenfeld think Warren may have another major problem if she runs for president in 2020. His name: Deval Patrick. They explain how Patrick might be a more attractive candidate for African-Americans and other Democrats.
Regarding the Globe’s ‘apocalyptic,’ ‘Orwellian’ and ‘silly’ editorial on pipelines
As expected, the Globe’s recent editorial on natural-gas pipelines – the one in which it accuses pipeline opponents of engaging in “moral purity” and “faddish” politics -- is not sitting well in some quarters of this bluest of blue states. Climate activist Craig Altemose, writing at CommonWealth magazine, decries the “apocalyptic scenarios” outlined by the Globe, while BlueMassGroup’s Charley at the MTA, aka Charley Blandy, says the editorial is “Orwellian and silly on the face of it.”