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Why Trump Continues to Win

Everybody seems to have used the above image by now, but it bears repeating because it’s so darned true.

What is it about the alt-left, progressive brain that makes it impossible for its possessor to… 318 more words

Open Threads

Thoughts on the NFL National Anthem Protests

As I write this, social media is blowing up with comments about yesterday’s (Sept. 24, 2017) protests in which several NFL teams declined to participate in the national anthem.  549 more words

American Flag

Thomas C. Gallagher Elected Chair of Minnesota NORML Board of Directors – Marijuana Legalization in Minnesota

On September 16, 2017 the Board of Directors of Minnesota NORML elected Thomas C. Gallagher to the position of Chair of the Board.  Gallagher is a… 359 more words

Drug Prohibition

What is Happening to our Freedom of Speech by Gary Yarbrough

It was reported on televised news that Don Black’s website “StormFront” was taken offline, as was Tom Metzger’s website, “The Insurgent”! As much as I detest both of these miscreants, the fourth estate, including the internet medium has made a serious error in judgement by removing these websites. 473 more words

Bureau Of Prisons

The problem of bail

One of the issues that I, as a criminal defense lawyer, struggle with is the idea of cash bond or bail. This is especially true when my client is poor and maintains his or her innocence. 1,011 more words

Constitutional Rights

The Romeo and Juliet Syndrome: Minnesota Sex Crimes Based On Age

In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Lady Capulet says her daughter Juliet is “not yet fourteen,” being about two weeks from her fourteenth birthday.  Though we never are told her lover Romeo’s age, it’s apparent that he is also a teen, older, but still of tender chin (without beard).  1,040 more words

Minnesota Criminal Law

Update on Gary's Health

The situation with Gary and his health is growing even worse. I am uploading some paperwork he sent me. They have NOT taken him out for his blood letting, which he could die from too much iron in his body and poisoning him. 102 more words

Bureau Of Prisons