Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

On reparations

I’m still stewing over how Britain dealt with its anti-slavery act, and reparations: they paid reparations to its slaveowners. Not to the nearly 1 million people the act freed. No, to the mostly wealthy people — aristocrats and church people … Continue reading

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Two current TV commercials that are bugging me a lot

Both are posing as “public service” announcements. Neither is, not truly. And neither clearly identifies the promoter/producer of the ad but it’s my guess PACs stoked with dark money are paying for them. One commercial starts with a man who … Continue reading

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How does Kyle Rittenhouse differ from Adam Lanza?

He’s a few years younger and, instead of killing his mother who encouraged him to be a gun nut, he got her to drive him and his gun to Kenosha. Where he did not kill children and teachers. Nor did … Continue reading

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