Immigration Reform: Some Thoughts and Reflections | July 11, 2014 by George Stephen Kelly

It goes without saying that the United States of America – with the exception of Native Americans - is a nation of immigrants. Those of us who have been blessed to be citizens of The United States of America pride ourselves in the principle of E Pluribus Unum (out of the many one). Two significant … Continue reading Immigration Reform: Some Thoughts and Reflections | July 11, 2014 by George Stephen Kelly

Stacy McCain Discovers A New Group of Science Deniers

Apparently a Feminist author has written a book suggesting that the daily consumption of hormones to avoid pregnancy might not be the best thing for your body. And he tells the story with a bit of a prologue It would seem to be just common sense that the long-term use of artificial hormones — for … Continue reading Stacy McCain Discovers A New Group of Science Deniers

The Continued Peonage of the Black Voter

 Blackbirds for sale!Handle them, fondle themBut don't finger them!They're prime! They're prime!Ya-ha Ya-ha-ma-cundah!  1776 Song Molasses to Rum to Slaves 1972 Buck O'Neil:   (on Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in baseball):  We were all elated — it was the death knell for our baseball. But... who cares? One of the stories of my youth … Continue reading The Continued Peonage of the Black Voter