Shooting: The Obligatory Liberal is Sacrificed to Right Wing PeeCee

The assassination of dialogue via “political correctness” from the right, and the literal assassination of a career by organized blogswarm is FAR MORE DANGEROUS than any ill-considered tweet by a CBS (former) employee. Continue reading

I Thought the GOP was AGAINST Big Government

We ought to be chilled. Instead, this will be cast into another “us versus them” bit of minor pettifoggery, while the intent to use government as a tool of political vendetta looms large already, without a Trump presidency that would almost undoubtedly be partially devoted to settling all and any scores, old and new.
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The Limits of Privacy

We have been used to this notion that the Constitution is an eternal, never changing document, frozen in time and circumscribed by its language. Some had even maintained that said contract MUST be interpreted according to the understanding of those who wrote it. … It is rare that we actually GET a case of someone yelling “FIRE!” in a crowded theater, but here, we DO.

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Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Scores Big on Day One with Social Media

Word has it from Hillary Clinton’s camp that her announcement brought in some very impressive numbers in social media views in the first 24 hours of the campaign. The campaign announcement scored big with over 2.5 million views on Facebook, more than 3.1 million views on YouTube and it was … Continue reading

The Significance of the Presidential Selfie

I have been watching the media and social media expound over the Presidential Selfie taken at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service and wondering if all the hubbub was not much ado about nothing. What started as a Twitter storm launched at Michelle Obama for her “angry black woman” look in the … Continue reading