Thoroughbred Daily News (TDN) The original article may be found here. A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE by Rinaldo Del Gallo Continue reading
THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE
Del Gallo writes about changes in the electoral system that would have changed the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election: Instant Runoff Voting and the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
“There is something that I want to get off my chest, and it is vitally important that we understand this: Bernie Sanders would have won. We Democrats need to have a long conservation with ourselves about the direction of our party.”
Rinaldo writes on wealth inequality.
” I am running for state senator as a Bernie Sanders progressive. Whenever you hear Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or I speak at length, our speeches invariably start on the subject of wealth disparity. It is the first issue on Sanders’ website. By contrast, I have never heard my two Democratic opponents use the term ‘wealth disparity,’ ‘wealth inequality,’ or otherwise significantly address the topic.”
Rinaldo’s column about the media including unpledged, superdelegates in their delegate count tallies in the Sanders-Clinton race.
Rinaldo Del Gallo shares his experiences to encourage Greenfield residents to support the ban on styrofoam.
Rinaldo Del Gallo’s column on a heroic Pittsfield High School graduate who lead the famous “Lost Battalion” in World War I.
“Buddha, in fact, said, ‘But if there is no other world and there is no fruit and ripening of actions well done or ill, then here and now in this life I shall be free from hostility, affliction, and anxiety, and I shall live happily.'”
Rinaldo Del Gallo writes about Stephen Batchelor, an author that visited the Pittsfield Unitarian Church. Batchelor is a “secular Buddhist” meaning that he practices the Buddhist path but is agnostic about the nature of the after-life experience.