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danielcawrey 11/10/2016 | 2:13:20 PM
Re: Politics It would seem to me we are entering into an era of protectionism for the United States. I'm unsure what the complete implications are going to be.

Will it help Americans? Will it hurt our economy? There's nothing else now but for us to witness what the results will be. 
alanbreznick 11/10/2016 | 2:05:48 PM
Re: President Elect Trump And I'm glad we did. About time somebody did.
inkstainedwretch 11/10/2016 | 1:54:31 PM
To put a finer point on it... You can look at a company's balance sheet and if the numbers consistently show the company is failing to achieve its goals, you can call the company a failure. If you see the Ross Ice Shelf is disintegrating, the average global temperature is increasing consistently, Miami is spending hundreds of $millions to raise its major roadbeds, and the US Navy is developing plans on where to move given the likelihood its existing ports could soon be flooded out, you can say global warming is real. And if the President elect consistently acts like a buffoon, you can call him a buffoon.

As journalists, we not only can say these things, it's our responsibility to report on the evidence, using words that mean what the evidence shows. Not using words that accurately represent what the evidence shows is a failure. There is no excuse for exalting anything over the evidence of what that thing is. Not even when a buffoon is elected to highest office in the land.

-- Brian Santo
ErynLeavens 11/10/2016 | 1:36:01 PM
Buffoonery aside... Beyond the hair comments, which are pretty... apparent, most of this is just stating the facts and in line with much of the other non-conservative media out there in the past few days. When Americans are so desperate to leave the country that they crash the Canadian Immigration site and beg the Queen of England to regain rule of the US, you know there's a real problem... Good job, Iain.
[email protected] 11/10/2016 | 1:33:25 PM
Re: President Elect Trump We can... and we did.
alanbreznick 11/10/2016 | 1:29:35 PM
Re: President Elect Trump So, in other words, the president-elect can do whatever he wants and be as vile as he wishes but we can't poke a little fun at his hair?
[email protected] 11/10/2016 | 1:27:09 PM
Big news, big topic The potential impact of an incoming President's expected trade sanctions is a very important topic and one that potentially impacts not only suppliers but the companies that do, or want to, use their products and services.

And it makes a nice change not to see the name Trump in yet another headline, no? 
gocowboys 11/10/2016 | 1:07:24 PM
No Class Is this what passes for journalism now? I thought that LightReading is a professional publication; this is really bad form.
jamesjparker 11/10/2016 | 12:46:03 PM
President Elect Trump I feel it is inappropriate to use derogatory terms to describe our President Elect.
mendyk 11/10/2016 | 11:03:03 AM
Re: Politics I wonder if Buckley would have made any use of Twitter. The character count would probably be an issue for him.
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