We generally refrain from commenting on current events until the passage of time can better inform us. Now however, we are moved by current events to warn of the ongoing narrative that is measurably eroding civil society in the United States. The recent remarks by the sitting vice-president go beyond all reason in furthering that […]
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Trump is my Friend I do not know Donald Trump. Most people do not know him but everyone has an opinion of him. The President may not know himself very well. We cannot know how well he knows himself any more than most of us know ourselves. The emotional response to Trump is reminiscent of […]
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 The one and only debate between the vice-presidential candidates took place on Wed. October 7. The current political climate has degenerated into mindless contention and exaggerated emotion. Many who watched the debate were disappointed that the two candidates remained so calm during the debate. Even when the Vice President threw a […]
Dexamethasone is not like Hydroxychloroquine that caused such a freak-out when the President seemed to promote its use as a treatment or preventive against Covid-19. Hydroxychloroquine is used to prevent and treat acute attacks of malaria. It’s use in Covid-19 is based on immunosuppressive and antiautophagy properties that theoretically could benefit people with Covid-19. That’s […]
One Vote Away: How a Single Supreme Court Seat Can Change History is the title of Senator Ted Cruz’ new book. He wrote it during the Covid-19 lockdown. It promises to be a detailed look at Senator Cruz’ long relationship as a lawyer and lawmaker with the Supreme Court. Otherwise the title says it all. […]
Constitution Day in the United States has become a bit of an afterthought. The Constitution is who we are as a people. We should celebrate it, not Cristóbal Colón. Apple does not add Constitution Day to the calendar that pops up on iPhones. A Google search of U.S. Holidays only shows the big ten U.S. […]
As much as we mourn the loss of people on 9/11, the date should not become a national holiday. Twenty years after the attack on the World Trade Center in N.Y and on the Pentagon in Washington DC, vivid memories persist of the people lost and the lives ruined . It’s natural to remember our […]
Attorney General William Barr is a patriot and strong advocate for the rule of law. His favorable place in History is assured, while his tormentors will be soon forgotten. July 28, 2020 was such a day of mindless torment for Mr. Barr but he appeared amused by the committee’s antics and survived unscathed. TheHearing exposed […]
Every year the 4th of July gives Americans the chance to think about our roots and hopefully show a little gratitude for the sacrifices that a lot of people made for us. Unfortunately gratitude is not a common virtue among a large segment of our ill-informed fellow citizens who do not even know who fought […]
The coronavirus pandemic has put the Constitution on full display. The Federal government has power that is supposed to be relatively limited compared to the powers reserved to the states and to the people. The power to quarantine is clearly with the states, and with the people themselves should they chose to voluntarily isolate themselves. […]
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