Archive | February 2018
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On February 26, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, a case that could be detrimental to the well being of families throughout the United States (as well as to the well being of social justice and democracy). It could adversely affect the ability of public sector workers to […]
I was attempting to comment recently on a blog posted on The Secular Jurist and was unable to log into WordPress. I spent about a half hour trying to make a one word comment and was continually prevented from doing so. Yes, my iPad is old, but that shouldn’t matter. Plus, it isn’t nearly as […]
I was recently on an evening flight from New York to Los Angeles. It was too dark to read a book (and I didn’t feel like using a light) so I decided to use the wifi that the airline bragged about virtually everywhere I looked. I asked someone about it and was told it’s just […]
The people who are most vulnerable in our society are the most at risk from the predations of the greedy, manipulative executives running the show here in the United States. This includes children, the disabled, the elderly, those in poverty, non-white and yes – our prisoners. This is especially depicable when it is political prisoners […]