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Rudies don’t fear…

My unedited Gleaner column of May 17, 2017

The case of Latoya Nugent, her arrest and trial on three counts of ‘using a computer for malicious communication’ under the Cybercrimes Act came to a head on May 17, 2017. 834 more words


The Colbert Monologue

Since Trump’s latest bed wench, Ajit Pai (runs the FCC) is going to “investigate” Colbert for this monolog and certain people have their panties in a bunch about it, I feel it’s my civic duty to make sure all of my friends actually SEE what the fuss is about it. 39 more words


New Podcast Episode: Margaret Sanger NYC Sites, Day 1 Part 2

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2016, continued

Let me preface this second part of the story of today’s journey with full credit and a note of gratitude to Robin Pokorski, who worked with The Margaret Sanger Papers Project for a time. 226 more words


Much Law, No Order

Below is the unedited version of my Gleaner column of Aug. 10, 2016. It seems ever more relevant today now that news has broken that five senior members in Jamaica’s Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) have been fingered in a campaign funds misappropriation scandal. 992 more words

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