Well there goes Ohio lawmakers again. I am convinced that the time is near for mental health evaluations to be a factor in qualifying for candidate status. Possibly an internship requirement too. Okay, well anything that would help them understand the limits of their jobs. Savings would be time, taxpayers dollars, and most of all […]
Today it’s Starbucks’ turn for caustic opprobrium. It’s their turn to be piñata of the day, because there were more decent customers than others, in the coffeehouse, and a woman was adroit enough to use the most feared weapon in America -a cellphone. I’m not worried about the two Black men victimized. They are smart […]
Today, like many Americans, I took the time to witness the Senate Intelligence Committee at work. They did their inquiry as best they could, under the circumstances. By under the circumstances, I mean their determined efforts to get to the truth of various, potentially criminal matters affecting the Trump Administration, only to be stymied by […]
Citizens elect their representative government. They authorize officials to execute, commute, grant clemency among other perceived roles. Capital Punishment is unlawful.
By Leyland A. King Monday, July 30, 2016 Nothing impeded traffic-flow on I-4 East bound just after sunset, that late summer’s Friday. Irving Welles, age twenty-four, college grad, was headed home after work, thinking ordinary thoughts in the midst of routine driving. His family was awaiting his arrival for dinner. Had there been a traffic […]
The issue I have with Hon. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s statement is this. She concludes that Citizens’ United ruling was “a mistake”. An error. I quite understand that the court, like all other institutions, is fallible. Had the ruling been unanimous, one might allow for interpreting it a mistake. But there are some troubling facts. The […]
First, not surprised that it’s Florida GOP again. One of the top states for corrupt government. I listened to DeSousa talk his trash on MSN about his movie, making the “Indian Wars” into just another conflict over land and historically normal. Quite sync with Ayn Rand view that the Native Americans had no rights and […]
That something is dreadfully wrong with our law enforcement system would be evident to any unbiased observer. Whether it’s sufficient to be just an observer begs the question. Well known, is that an interested, informed, active citizenry is not only vital to the government that we want, but its efficiency and values be in harmony […]