Star Buck$, an Expression, a Piñata and Police

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 […]

When Public Officials Misplace Loyalty, Institutions Collapse

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 […]

Baiting by Police is Common, Unethical and Harmful to Society

By Leyland  A. King Monday, July 30, 2016, Nothing impeded traffic flow on I-4 Eastbound just after sunset, that late summer’s  Friday. Irving Welles, age twenty-four, college grad, was headed… Source: Baiting by Police is Common, Unethical and Harmful to Society