Monthly Archives: December 2016

Elizabeth Short in the State of North Carolina

Recently passed in the State of North Carolina was a statute requiring persons to use public restrooms consistent with their gender at birth. While the thinly concealed purpose of this statute is widely and justifiably the subject of comment and … Continue reading

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The Greatest Electoral College Victories

The Greatest Electoral College Victories I have tried to stay out of the recent political turmoil. More turmoil will add little, but the recent statement referring to this election’s Electoral College victory as an “electoral landslide” has prompted me to … Continue reading

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Beneath Her Feet

In this time of turmoil among men it is fitting that liberty should be a woman Beneath her feet, the words explain Send me your tired, send me your poor Send me all that yearn to be free I will … Continue reading

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