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No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>

No ‘false narrative’ on police shootings

October 17th, 2017

In response to the Wednesday commentary, “False media narrative is risking the lives of cops,” by Kevin Lawrence, the executive director of the Texas Municipal Police Association: Perhaps the lives of cops would be less at risk if they were better trained and stopped shooting and killing unarmed civilians. From the Houston Press, Nov. 26, 2014, I got this gem: Of the 121 people Hou...Read More >>

Going down rabbit holes in the Las Vegas Strip shooting

October 17th, 2017

In response to the recent letter from John M. McGrail: What in the world does it matter where the shooter registered to vote and to which party? Under what scenario does party affiliation have anything to do with the shootings? Is Mr. McGrail attempting to say there was a political motive to the rampage? Also, what difference does it make how much he won playing video poker? With so many quest...Read More >>

Here come the legal parasites to cash in on the Las Vegas Strip massacre

October 17th, 2017

As expected, the leeches and vultures are now coming out of the woodwork to sue MGM and/or the Mandalay Bay. The victims say that this is not about money, but about trying to get the hotel to implement better security. This is, of course, a big lie. One suit claims that the hotel was “negligent or grossly negligent” in failing to notice or take precautions against the shooter stock...Read More >>

NFLers will retire if forced to stand for the national anthem?

October 17th, 2017

I hope Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players follow the lead of Tennessee Titans’ player Rishard Matthews, who said he will retire if the NFL makes it mandatory to stand for the national anthem. Show us how serious and committed you are to the cause you profess to stand for. I and many others will not miss you — especially not as much as you will miss the high salary and media att...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Tax cuts get the attention, but what about the spending?

October 17th, 2017

As Donald Trump and the Republicans work to allow Americans to keep more of their own money, congressional Democrats react as if it’s all the government’s money in the first place. Meanwhile, arguments rage across the political spectrum about the relationship between tax policy, economic growth and budget deficits. Rarely mentioned, however, is the spending aspect. The notion that ...Read More >>