Category Archives: Justice

The post that wasn’t because of the news that is

At first I had great plans for a post called “Fecklessness, thy name is Mitch McConnell” in which I would elegantly make the simple point that Republicans in the U.S. Senate are refusing their constitutional duty to be a check … Continue reading

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Hey America—Russia attacked you, why don’t you care?

If we can put aside, for a moment, the question of Trump campaign cooperation with agents of or working for the government of Russia to interfere in the U.S. presidential election in 2016, we are left with this undeniable fact: … Continue reading

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To accuse is not proof of the truth

The flurry of accusations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the attendant surge in the past few days of the #MeToo and #WhyIDidntReport hashtags has resurfaced for me a topic I’ve wanted to discuss, and on … Continue reading

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A Trump news companion

Wonder if there’s anything about the president in the news today… Hmmm, a lawyer who worked for Donald Trump in his private company before he became president, and I guess for a little time after he became president, pleaded guilty … Continue reading

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A “growing crisis of ethics and integrity”

Regular readers won’t be surprised when I say I can get behind this: If our leaders seek to conceal the truth, or we as people become accepting of alternative realities that are no long grounded in facts, then we as … Continue reading

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