Archive | March, 2012

ALASKA AIRLINES’ PRAYER CARDS – WHO’S OFFENDED?

Alaska Airlines is my favorite carrier.  They have great customer service, an extremely generous mileage plan and routes to the places I regularly travel. For the past 30 years, Alaska has handed out prayer cards with its meals.  They were simple cards quoting passages from Psalms printed over lovely photographs.  Since 2006, when the airline […]

Should We Really Expect Privacy?

There’s much ado about our expectation of privacy every time I turn around.  We expect privacy when dealing with medical issues.  There was a big deal made when the feds wanted access to what we checked out at our libraries.  We don’t want the government invading our bedrooms.  And it goes on and on and […]