Sunday, December 21, 2014
  • “It's hard to tell who has your back, from who has it long enough just to stab you in it....”

  • Then she’d have to do what she should do now: Go to the proper department during the week and do your research.

  • Freedom means nothing if it does not mean the freedom to do what other people don't like.

  • We need leaders, not complainers and button pushers.

  • "DIED RATHER THAN BETRAY YOUR FRIENDS, AS WE WOULD HAVE DONE FOR YOU!”

Essays and Opinions

Only the names have been changed

". . . they are obsessed with hate . . .can see only conspiracy . . ."

Volume 1412  Number 11 Playbook still used The CMPD union’s now-defunct law firm published a “playbook” to help police unions pressure government officials. “Keep in mind that most of these tools are not to deliver your message to the public but are designed to simply get the decision makers into giving in to your position.” (CMPD’s union announced that they had fired ... Read More »

Plywood and the First Amendment

Universal Signs 165

Volume 1412 Number 9  Free speech or freebies? An article in the Daily Pilot notes that a sheet of plywood might be trash, or it might be a political sign. Either could be subject to the wrath of Code Enforcement (CE). Oops, no, turns out it’s an expression protected by the First Amendment as interpreted by controversy-averse City employees. (Read, ... Read More »