Monthly Archives: November 2011
Long before the Declaration of Independence or the U.S. Constitution there was another document that sought to establish a governing arm and purpose for the colony known as Plymouth Plantation. The Mayflower Compact was this country’s first governing document. Everyone … Continue reading
It looks like I was not the only writer to see the connection between sports, the gods, and religion. (See The gods of football, Nov. 21, 2011) In today’s Columbus Dispatch, columnist Joe Blundo has an excellent satire and allegory along … Continue reading
Disgusting, nauseating, horrendous, and criminal—these are just a few words to describe what has happened at Penn State; but there aren’t enough words in the English language to adequately describe the horrible events and sexual abuse cover-up that have occurred … Continue reading
The morning before Election Day I eagerly go to my computer to post my newest and last blog regarding the fight against SB 5. Computer is working fine, I do some last-minute polishing of a piece I have been working … Continue reading
The people of Ohio stood up and said to Gov. Kasich and the Republican controlled legislature in a loud and clear voice, “We are mad as hell and we aren’t going to take it anymore!” The referendum on SB 5 … Continue reading
Ohio Voters Reject Issue 2, Collective Bargaining Law | Ohio Votes 2011.