Still watching Gabbard
When a politician with a SOLID record of consistent non-intervention goes public, she's worth watching. (She's easy on the eyes, which makes the watching more pleasant.)
So far I haven't heard any deal-breakers, but haven't heard anything fully reassuring.
On the good side, she doesn't grovel and apologize to neocons. She speaks the truth directly and flatly.
On the dubious side, she focuses too much on legalities like treaties and UN resolutions, and hasn't specified CONCRETE action to break the neocon stranglehold. Legalities are useless when the enemy owns the courts and the bureaucracy. The only way to conquer a bureaucracy is by subversion. Blackmail and dirty tricks and plain old disobedience. Ignore them until they get too pesky, then pull a dossier and feed it to Twitter.
I've been fooled too many times by fake "populists", so my filters are tuned broadly and strongly....
....but I'm still tuned to the frequency, still listening.