Quit making everything for your narrative!!!! We have a right to be heard. Quit turning off comments
Ed Boykin commented
Bring back comments, very bias for you to allow some hairbrained journalist spew hate and not have common sense rebuttals
Lyla Wickstrum commented
(now that sounds like I was going to get nasty to her and I wasn't. I
am so glad that she has been nominated to a commission on Foreign
Affairs. In this article she mantioned sanctions and this has been a sore
spot for me as a voter. I did not like this countries history with sanctions.I am not saying I have followed out countries use of them but I did start paying more attention during Trump and I hated the fact
that I thought he used them more as personal punishments. I thought
that he never gave a thought to the sanctions, that. really hurt the people who lived in the countries. for example No. Korea was in a drought and they were starving, To use sanctions to starve a population into submission where they have no control over the leader
of the country. I'm rambling and not making sense so I am going to stop because I am sure you get my drift. So I hope that our officials
find ones to utilize AOC with all her cross qualications to help this country.
Timothy Hess commented
Temporary means less than a year....You are going onto two years! This is now permanent! YOU ******** ARE ******* IDIOTS! WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE DUMP YOUR LOUSY SITE EN MASSE!? YOU DIE!
Alan Cox commented
How about combining the multiple suggestions about returning comments and then return comments? Just by checking the ranking among your top suggestions I see that the 18th 21st 23rd 24th 28th 29th 32nd 34th 36th 39th 40th 43rd 49th 50th 50th (not my mistake) 58th 58th and 80th are all asking for the same thing, RETURN THE COMMENTS. We know what your writers and editors think from the articles that appear on the page but your readers appreciate the chance to react. The comments were often more entertaining and informative than the articles.
Ken O commented
Every time I read the comments I found the topics were about what Trump did, said, fired, etc. So are all you people writing those comments were from socialist? Why does everyone have to categorize people as left or right wing? Liberal or Conservative? Why not just read the comment and reply with your idea based on the constitution and not what the political parties say? Removing the comment section is nothing more than censorship. It was removed during the time the then president was raising **** about the legality of the voting process. He did nothing for the majority of the people of this country. He and his party were only concerned with their own pocket books and that is how the GOP has conducted themselves for many years.
Lets start the comments right here. Bring up a name be it Dem or Rep. Hilary or Cruz. Biden or Trump. we can discuss what they have done for this country.
Talk about the articles presented by Yahoo, HuffPost or any other site. Presenting an article that points out something someone has done doesn't make that site liberal or conservative. It is just reporting facts. You can agree with the facts or not that is your choice, now you can cut me to pieces and label me anything you want. I am voicing my opinion about what you people have written. Bring it on.
John K Butler commented
Article responses are necessary to build general consensus. To deny the public this forum is to take away their liberties and voice! RESTORE public comments!
Christopher Loness commented
Yahoo, you are part of the problem.
tim hiatt commented
You have silence millions from posting their opinions about all matters you post. Those post's are also opinions of those authors. Not all can be fact checked, like individual opinions. LET FREE SPEECH REIGN. aS LONG as it is not hate.
marny martin-beanum commented
WEATHER...Want my city to come up on home page rather than SUnnyville or Los Angels. I am in Pomona. No matter how often I enter it..if I leave the page it's back to sunnyville or Los Angeles....most often Sunnyville....don't even know where that is. For years this worked and for some time now ...it doesn't .Third report...nothing is done to help me.
Allen Watson commented
J.K. is correct in your cancelling responses to your articles. I must have missed the civic lesson where only one side of issue is allowed and promoted. Your readers have opinions that should be heard. Specifically, Mr. Vincent Goodwill's unamerican comments about the NBA. The country's professional sports leagues are not only the best athletes, they are ambassadors of this country and Canada. The anthems provide an opening to each event that shows the world that peace and prosperity are essential for such lucrative sports events to exist. The men and women in these leagues play because of others' sacrifices and labor. Take your hat off, bow your head, place your hand over your heart and appreciate what you have for 2 minutes before each event. This includes the players and coaches. God bless America.
DAVID M ROSCOE commented
My idea is to get yahoo to allow comments instead of taking our freedom of speech away. I'm serious thinking about seeking legal counsel.
Cindi Nicholas-Grisham commented
By removing our ability to comment, we are being censored, and we're being deprived of our rights to free speech. You also are now doing more stories in favor of and in interest of black people. The black race is only 13% of this country's population, but are be given 70% or more of jobs in advertising and storylines though yahoo.
Steven Sauer commented
In comments today on a race-themed story, someone was ranting about Yahoo requiring approval for comments was "communism". I attempted to reply in defense of Yahoo with this: "It's not communism. If anything, it's authoritarian, but only so much as a sign that says "we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone" on a storefront window is. We do have freedom of speech in America. We also have private property rights. Neither congress nor any public entity is interfering with your right to say whatever it is you want to say. Yahoo is a privately owned company, providing a comment section on its own publication. It does not violate the first amendment for them to establish terms of service, and restrict what can or can't be said based on those terms."
In an extreme burst of irony, it got rejected for violating the guidelines.
I went through those guidelines, and could not find one that it violated. Could someone please explain exactly why the racist garbage being spewed by others on that thread was okay, but my post wasn't?
S D commented
Many of the articles published on Yahoo are controversial, and contain misleading information that is actually far from truth. I understand you not allowing comments on those articles, but, if you have any sincerity, you will accept feedback from readers on specific articles. This will help you understand which of your sources are fake and dangerous to society.
J C commented
It is absolutely clear that Yahoo editors have an agenda to push. Running baseless attack pieces on Bernie Sanders, and featuring said story at the very top of the news feed is simply that: an attack. It is February 2, 2021. We have nearly 30M Covid cases in the USA and a school teacher's snippy opinion about Senator Sanders coat and mittens is top news for the day? Was it not enough to serve this story at the top of your feed yesterday, as well?
Donald Trump is about to be impeached for leading an insurrection against the United States Congress. A mob intended to murder Congressmen and women, egged on by Trump. That's a lead story. You can back it up with facts and everything. Republicans are saying no to stimulus to the people AGAIN, asserting that people who make over $50k a year should have no problems having no income for a calendar year. Mr Knowles embarrasses himself in trying to paint Bernie Sanders, a champion for the people, with the same brush as plutocrat Republicans who were more than happy to overturn an election on the whims of a would-be Mussolini. Contrast this with regular stories featured on Yahoo about what ridiculous costume Ivanka wore and how much everything cost. These are tun almost daily.
Yahoo is part of the problem with discourse in this country. Prohibiting public comment provides all the cover needed to run far-right attack pieces like this.
Dallas Duvall commented
When you winnow your feeds they still show up. Just another farce to pretend to grant freedom of speech. I never want to see another ******* Huffy post in my life.
a lin commented
trying to suppress the millions who want to comment on all the fake ******** you are posting...making everyone think that all agree with what BS you are posting.
All the comments so we can tell you what the nation really thinks about the **** you are posting
Yahoo must be sued for violating freedom of speech and discrimination - as it is suppressing freedom of speech in USA. Anyone who comments against China is being banned by Yahoo in comments section. We do not want racist Chinese and Yahoo in USA. ALL Americans must join and kick out Yahoo from USA. Send All Chinese and Chinese companies out of USA - China is spreading virus all over the world. All this mess of Coved-19 is born in China and Xi ping is responsible for it
Scott Leppo commented
If Yahoo is going to continue to block our comments on opinionated articles, do you think maybe Yahoo can find a qualified tech that can block us, yet have the links to articles still operate? This is getting ridiculous Yahoo. We are more aware how screwed up Yahoo is right now. Be creative: only block our comments, not the links.
Dave Pritchard commented
Reinstate commenting on articles! I'd really like to know why you won't do this. Please respond.