Category Archives: Judiciary

“Did Elon Musk Sacrifice Safety In His Push For Self-Driving Cars?”

That was the question posed in the on-line Times edition a few days ago. Yes. Of course he did. Now, I don’t say this cynically or even bitterly. You know, “Corporations and corporate people are pure evil.” They are, or … Continue reading

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Sickened by that verdict

Before the verdict, I read the charges carefully. Yes, I said at each one. He’s guilty. He must be guilty of at least one or two. Must be. It occurred to me my rage and mourning are evidence that I’m … Continue reading

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Elbridge Gerry and me

Since the Gerry gentleman’s dates (1744-1814)┬áprecede mine, he never knew me. But I know him, and for more than his most prominent connection, the portmanteau term “gerrymander.” Elbridge Gerry, as I’m learning from reading The People’s Constitution, by John F. … Continue reading

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