On my first thought, I decided that this was a rather straightforward idea: if you have nothing to fear why go through all the trouble to make yourself look guilty? Anybody around at the time of Watergate, or who remembers what that was, will remember the night that President Richard Nixon fired a bunch of the… Continue reading Why I think firing the Special Prosecuter would be a bad idea..
I keep seeing laws passed as a way to grade schools on the effectiveness of it teachings. There have been a number of arguments about this range from : the teachers will only teach for the test, and the students won't learn anything, to how students who enroll during the year, transfers from other schools,… Continue reading Grading Lawmakers?
I remember the old voting booths where there were a series of lever that you flipped over to denote who you wanted to vote for.. I also remember that there was, in the general election, a lever that you could use to vote for a strict party vote.. A candidates party affiliation is good for getting an… Continue reading Party Platform? Is that anyway to vote?
As I sit here, in front of my computer, it is Saturday afternoon, it seems as if every moron with a robo-dialer is calling to spew more lies about the other parties candidates in an effort to see, I guess, just how pissed off they can make us in the last couple of days before… Continue reading Fair is Fair, or it should be.
“I’ve struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God,” Mr. Mourdock said. “And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” So says Richard Mourdock, a Republican Senate candidate from Indiana. What is he… Continue reading What is it with these people?