Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Evil Beneath The Surface

The diversions of the Trump administration are becoming more concerning every day. The title of Matt Taibbi’s book, Insane Clown President, is more profound with each turn of the calendar’s page. What is truly dangerous is the evil being perpetrated while we watch the circus or bask in the “glory” of the lack of a major legislative achievement. Let’s explore.     Continue reading Evil Beneath The Surface

Today’s Plantation Mentality

I bet you expected a DACA article today. It’s coming (scheduled for Sunday) and with a different twist than anyone would have expected. Today I wanted to talk about a disturbing trend in employment reinforced by federal court rulings that enable and strengthen it. Let’s explore. Continue reading Today’s Plantation Mentality

Pardon Me (Oh, My!)

Who knows what will have transpired between this writing (Friday morning) and publishing (Monday morning) but I feel compelled to discuss some interesting possibilities nonetheless. Let’s explore. Continue reading Pardon Me (Oh, My!)

My President Displayed A Huge Character Flaw!

Trump’s Muslim Ban had consistently lost in the courts until the Supreme Court recently rendered what was effectively a partial stay. I refrained from comment on the Court’s decision because it was very limited and the final ruling is still very much in doubt. (If logic is followed the “stay” and elapsing of time negates the administration’s case.) The Trump administration appears to have violated the terms of that partial stay. That too will be litigated; in fact suits have already been filed. This was a policy that illustrated Trump’s values and in my opinion a despicable character flaw. Let’s explore. Continue reading My President Displayed A Huge Character Flaw!

Who Died And Left You Boss, Etc.?

From a childhood expression to and adult feeling of inadequacy; those are the two geneses of today’s somewhat rambling article. Let’s explore. Continue reading Who Died And Left You Boss, Etc.?