Tom Fulks’ Feb. 1 column is a rather vulgar and tedious harangue regarding the Coalition of Labor, Agriculture and Business organization.
Although Fulks goes on and on with name-calling, insults and brief, incomplete and one-sided arguments about subjects he doesn’t make clear, his main theme is that COLAB refuses to publicize donors and members and therefore is cowardly and “we should pay them no mind.”
Arguments and intellectual positions are accurate and logical or otherwise, irrespective of the source or whether or not one knows who the source is. Trouble is, facts rarely change liberal ideological attitudes, as Mr. Fulks demonstrates so well in his huff-and-puff article. Without published names to insult instead of arguing facts, Fulks is lost despite his brag of 30 years in journalism.