Keller @ Large
Life in the cocoon leads to skewed priorities and failed policies.
We’re lucky to live in a place designed on a relatively rational human scale.
You see it in the private sector and the public sector – bigger is rarely better, except for the few who profit from bigness.
I admit it – when I visit a web site that runs a list of their “most popular” stories, I usually take a look at it.
Jon says while Nicolas Guaman will now rot in prison for at least 12 years to pay for his crimes, make no mistake, he is a murderer.
Please lose the nostalgia and just be the best 70-year-old statesman you can be.
Smart voters of all types are going to have to work hard to screen out the campaign character assassination.
Let’s treat the victims of these crimes with the same deference we treat victims of faulty consumer products.
Things happen all the time within 11 days of voting day that change the minds of large numbers of voters.
The evidence that big money isn’t all it’s cracked up to be is all around us.