“Anyone in a free society where the laws are unjust has an obligation to break the law.” – Henry David Thoreau, author of “Civil Disobedience” “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. … Continue reading Civil Disobedience, not Civil Unrest
It’s sad that I don’t cry anymore. It’s not as if the feelings aren’t there – the agony and anger and confusion and utter devastation – but the tears won’t come, no matter how I will them. We lost … Continue reading Dos Borrachos
Some people are likely already tiring of the conversations about the 2016 Presidential Election, as is evidenced by recent letters I’ve received. However, it is always in the best interest of the public to hear arguments for and against every … Continue reading O’Malley: An Alternative to Washington’s Monotony
As predicted in last week’s column, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have thrown their hats into the ring behind Ted Cruz to take the post as leader of the free world. We’re still waiting on Jeb, but I’m sure he … Continue reading Running From Rand and Rubio (and Cruz)
One of the biggest items of contention between liberals and conservatives these days has been the wage gap, that vast expanse between rich and poor that continues to grow. This is not a made-up thing – we are approaching a … Continue reading The Story of Edward
“Most journalists are restless voyeurs who see the warts on the world, the imperfections in people and places. The sane scene that is much of life, the great portion of the planet unmarked by madness, does not lure them like … Continue reading ‘The Kingdom and The Power’
Next November, Americans will go to the polls to elect the next president and already there are a slew of conservative politicians making their play. Though Texas-Canadian lunatic Ted Cruz is the only one who has officially announced plans to … Continue reading Where Will The Left Turn?