Monthly Archives: June 2018

Another Blow against the First Amendment

Since the beginning of the United States of America, the Supreme Court acts as a watchdog of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The decisions of the Court are sacrosanct. By and large, the Court does a good job … Continue reading

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Looking for an Answer

The other day, my son and I were having a meal together – a rare occasion. Between bites, he told me the plot of the latest science fiction movie that he watched. He wanted to know, if, like the characters … Continue reading

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Besame…

The first time that I heard the ballad, “Besame, Besame Mucho” I was a kid in the 1940’s. At the time, I thought that it the song was sung in Italian because the words meant, “kiss me”. At that time … Continue reading

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The Italians

The Italians are proving once more that democracy is a game that they like to play, but that they do not take seriously as a vehicle for the establishment of just laws. After World War II, they had at least … Continue reading

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