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I’ve Seen The Worst (But I Fear It’s Not Over)

I was not alive for the Dred Scott decision in 1857, Plessy v Ferguson decision in 1896 or Korematsu in 1944. In my adult lifetime I have seen plenty of very bad Supreme Court decisions and I’d like to briefly discuss a few today. Let’s explore. Continue reading I’ve Seen The Worst (But I Fear It’s Not Over)

Extreme Confusion

The title of this article is my two word description of the Trump administration in the process of creating itself. It seems that most of the anointed ones are going to be extremists and the process, right down to who is actually involved in it, is confusing. In the interest of brevity let’s explore using one person as an example – Chris Kobach. Continue reading Extreme Confusion