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The Cost Of Poor Decisions

The biggest outrage of last week was Bill Cosby being freed from prison. The saddest part is that the appeals court’s decision was legally correct. Cosby was not found innocent; he was freed on a technicality which was caused by a poor decision by an elected official. I’ll endeavor to expand on that below and tie it to several other things. The ultimate blame lies with the American people.

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Weighing In

Warning: by the nature of the subject matter of today’s article it stretches the PG rating.

I guess it is high time that I weighed in on the hot social topic of the last few weeks: sexual misconduct. Let’s explore. Continue reading Weighing In