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I Wish I had Said That

September 23, 2016

Ted Nugent – Vladimir Putin – The KKK   Donald Trump Enjoys Broad Support   he choices are simple. Either Trump loses or this nation loses. I don’t mean loses a la George W. Bush, whose tax cuts for the elite put us $5.8 trillion further in debt or the 2 unnecessary wars that cost […]

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Police State

August 13, 2014

and of the suspect; home of the cowed and subjugated. It appears that not being of European ancestry is now a capital crime. Somehow that doesn’t ring true to the Pablum™ we were served in high school civics classes. I used to admit to having served as commissioner of emergency services (fire, police and rescue). […]

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Presumed

December 8, 2010

One is not innocent until proven guilty. One is presumed innocent until proven guilty. At least that’s the way it is supposed to be. When it comes to Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange, however, the powers that be are doing everything possible to engender the presumption of guilt. Joe Lieberman, in an apparent attempt to appear […]

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Mourning For America

August 10, 2009

America is the greatest country in the world. I grew up hearing that and I used to believe it. I still hear people saying it. Is it true? What did people mean when they made that claim? What does it mean now? Are people now just saying it out of habit? What criteria are they […]

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Starting the Prisons Category

June 23, 2008

I have worked with the mentally ill in prisons on a volunteer basis for more than a decade. My interest in general prison reform actually started in the early 70s. I was a commissioner of police, once upon a time. With the largest prison population, the longest sentences, the highest rates of recidivism and the […]

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