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NINTH CIRCUIT’S DECISION ABOUT THE FLAG – RULE OF LAW OR MOB RULE?

The uber-liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed with a lower district court and three appellate judges that officials at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, California could censor students who wanted to wear flag-emblazoned shirts on Cinco de Mayo. The Ninth Circuit denied an en banc hearing on the matter and ordered […]

CHIARA D’ANGELOU’S 15 MINUTES OF FAME

Some people are just pathetic. Some people will do just about anything to be noticed. Some wear provocative clothing. Some dye their hair blue. Some get lots of tattoos. Some sit in trees protesting the go ahead of an already-approved building project. Such is the case of Chiara D’Angelou, who decided she didn’t have anything […]

CALIFORNIA PRISON HUNGER STRIKE – SO WHAT’S IT REALLY ALL ABOUT?

On July 8th, a reported 30,000 prisoners started a hunger strike in California prisons, most in Pelican Bay State Prison.  At the end of the month, only about 600 inmates were still refusing two of their three daily meals.  This so-called “hunger strike” was the brainchild of convicted killer, Todd Ashker, a member of the […]

THE NEW MEANING OF JUSTICE

Since the day Trayvon Martin was shot, all I’ve heard are screams for “justice.”  What exactly does that mean? According to my dictionary, justice means, “n. 1.a. The principle of moral rightness; equity.  b. Conformity to moral rightness in action or attitude; righteousness.  2. The upholding of what is just, esp. fair treatment and due […]

And They Get To Vote….

Do I need to say more?