Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mistake 6,271


USA Today WASHINGTON — President Obama commuted the sentences of 61 prisoners on Wednesday, part of an effort to more aggressively use the commutation power and call for changes to sentencing laws, particularly with respect to low-level drug offenses. Here is … Continue reading

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The Dirty Dozen + 1 – Principles without principles


Bribery charges against 13 Detroit principals a ‘punch in the gut’ The Motor City doesn’t have enough under it’s hood let alone another huge scandal brewing with 13 of it’s school principles. I will dub them, The Dirty Dozen + … Continue reading

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Whats to deliberate???


Jury Begins Deliberations In Trial Of Woman Accused Of Killing Her Alleged Abuser Cherelle Baldwin a young woman from Bridgeport Conn. is  accused of killing her abusive ex-boyfriend, Jeffrey Brown. By all indications it was a case of self-defense. Her … Continue reading

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Un-affordable healthcare


Obama-Care may force employers to pull the plug on millions of health plans, CBO report finds Should this be considered a success?? What one man’s ego has cost the USA is inconceivable. Obama had two  missions to push through while … Continue reading

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Sounds fair to me!!!


In one of the Trumpster’s platforms; he has suggested if he were president; he would demand that Saudi Arabia and other oil rich Middle Eastern countries pay the USA to protect them. They are going to have to start reimbursing our … Continue reading

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Yankee – go home


Fidel Castro to Obama: We Don’t Need Your ‘Presents’  

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A man with a backbone; some time it can be costly


AP Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has vetoed legislation allowing clergy to refuse performing gay marriage and protecting people who refuse to attend the ceremonies.     http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2016/03/28/georgia-governor-vetoes-religious-exemptions-bill/82337620/ Neither did the threat of withdrawal by the NFL / the Super Bowl … Continue reading

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