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Should the Senate hold hearings on the Nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland to the Supreme Court?

This blog delves into the issues regarding the March 16, 2016 nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland to the Supreme Court of the United States.   Wikipedia said the following about the nomination of Judge Garland: 342 more words

The sound of silence in Lenawee County

Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016

In recent years, the Thin Blue Line of police camaraderie, which is wider now than ever due to increased public scrutiny, has silenced the good officers from outing the bad ones. 1,027 more words



I dreamt that I was having lunch with a friend and her mom.  My friend started knitting, which she doesn’t and never would.  I was shocked and asked when she learned to knit and her mother said, “When she was in solitary confinement,” 79 more words

Just Weird


I dreamt that my daughter and I were in witness protection and were brought to a new home location, a beautiful castle.  I was so excited that it wasn’t the motel room-type location I expected.   71 more words

Just Weird

Afternoon Bulletin: A-Rod Retiring, Times Square Naked Model Speaks Publicly and More

An epic saga of heroism and villainy is coming to an end—and much sooner than Game of Thrones. Alex Rodriguez, 41, announced his retirement yesterday, saying that Friday’s home game will be his last. 599 more words

New York Yankees

How Small Things such as Preventing Access to Feminine Hygiene Products Reflect the Inefficiencies and Corruption within our Judicial System 

In a world in which globalization and the spread of social media has occurred, talk spreads faster than it would have before. For example, this change is evident in the difference between our two World Wars: in World War I, news was brief and limited to dinnertime discussions with not much political officials or propaganda giving statements on affairs. 815 more words


Anyway County is at it again

Saturday, July 30, 2016

(Editor’s note: I wrote this several months ago when news broke when Lenawee County law enforcement officials decided it was best to begin prosecuting individuals for overdue library books.) 1,177 more words