Monthly Archives: March 2012

Bill bans handcuffs during jailhouse births

Just about the time when I think I have heard it all, something new pops up. Do not trust myself to comment further. Seems as if the Governor could just say, end it. Come to think of why has a … Continue reading

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Legislators bravely decline drug tests for themselves

Don’t know there is a finer commentary on the Florida Legislature: “…Pafford submitted an amendment that would require the state’s 160 lawmakers, the governor, the Cabinet and the executive and legislative staffs to follow the same random drug testing rules … Continue reading

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Obama’s hybrid is a cross between the star chamber and the Spanish Inquisition

This is tortured logic at its best when the Attorney General “…Holder argued that a careful and thorough executive branch review of the facts in a case amounts to “due process” and that the Constitution’s Fifth Amendment protection against depriving … Continue reading

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Another child is dead

In the last five or so years, I have read and learned more about child abuse than I ever wanted to know. Don’t know how many people I have seen that came into the world as babies ready, able and … Continue reading

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TSA mission creep

Big sister is growing big brother. It appears that on the 10th birthday of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) it is getting a new charter. “Believe it or not, only 7 years ago, TSOs went by a more deserving title, “airport … Continue reading

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