Monthly Archives: December 2012

STOP THE NONSENSE: THE NRA’S LEAKY LOGIC

On Friday, December 21st, the NRA broke its silence after the Connecticut school shootings.  At a press conference, the NRA’s vice-president suggested that future catastrophes could be avoided by the presence of an armed guard in each school.   A bad … Continue reading

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THE CONNECTICUT SHOOTINGS: SEEKING CHANGE

After a crazed gunman in Arizona shot a number of people, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, I posted a blog saying that the issues of gun control and mental health need to be finally addressed.  Last Friday, a gunman with serious … Continue reading

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WHO’S LISTENING?

We live in an Orwellian society.  There’s no question we are being watched.  Many cities, in order to catch traffic infractions, now have cameras posted at intersections.  It is standard for stores and other businesses to position security cameras so as … Continue reading

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