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The Death Of Bin Laden: Some Justice, Pragmatism & Caution

Pragmatically speaking the Dalai Lama may be correct in his analysis that Bin Laden”s death was necessary to prevent him from being the catalyst and facilitator of further terrorist attacks. I am willing to wager that the U.S. military personal … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas & DC

When Political Fear Trumps The Tenets Of Our Constitution Harry Reid was born (1939) and raised in Searchlight, which is a small mining town in Clark County, Nevada, roughly 58 miles southwest of Las Vegas, which also is a part … Continue reading

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There Are No Golf Clubs In Prison

Another agonizing chapter in the saga of two diametrically different men comes to a close. For one, Fred Goldman who has suffered for the past fourteen years, some sense of justice has finally come, although the pain and grief will … Continue reading

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O.J. Simpson: Justice Found (Or Call It Karma)

The saga of the O.J. Simpson murder case, which began on June 12, 1994 came full circle on October 4, 2008, when a jury in Las Vegas, Nevada convicted Simpson, not of murder, but of robbery and kidnapping in a … Continue reading

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