Daily Archives: November 26, 2010

Welcome Words

Every so often, I come across an article that echoes things I have been writing about and does so with less angst and a nicer, more reasonable tone.  So I pass this one along, by Timothy Egan in The New York Times, in the hope that his kinder, gentler argument will add to mine. Building […]

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Above the Law

We’ve often heard the expression “no one is above the law” which usually means that even those in the most powerful positions in society must be held accountable if they act illegally. Actually, I think everyone should be above the law, by which I mean that we should conduct ourselves according to a higher standard […]

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