27/Aug/15 The Citizen and The Court
It is not beyond the scope of this column, however, to hope that just as the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was passed to overturn a patently absurd decision made in 1857, perhaps a similar amendment will be passed to overturn an equally absurd decision made in 2010 by a group of Justices every bit the intellectual equal of Chief Justice Taney and his colleagues.
13/Aug/15 Pells and Prisoners
The elimination of Pell Grants for prisoners forced many prison programs to close, and the cost of attending those that survived had to be paid by the families of attendees.
06/Aug/15 21st Century Legislating?
There are better way of governing. Someone should tell members of Congress. They lack the sense to figure it out themselves.