Monthly Archives: June 2015


Breaking:  A bloodhound searching for David Sweat just communicated this to his handler.  (real updates below) Well.  Who can blame him?  Our thought is reporters need to stop quoting authorities releasing press statements, and start digging around themselves. Real update:  … Continue reading

Posted in David Sweat, Government, Journalism, Law | 2 Comments

Do we know David Sweat is alive?

Last night after a reporter referred to Sweat as an “inmate” my thought was, “Err, no.” My second thought was, reporters ought to concentrate on fact-finding. Lets review: 1.  Two murderers escape prison; and, 2.  There have been few sightings … Continue reading

Posted in Journalism, Law, Law Enforcement, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

Breaking: Judge Monte Watkins grants “Mistrial” in Brandon Vandenburg, Corey Batey, Vanderbilt rape trial

Todd Easter got a little more fame than he bargained for today after Nashville Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins granted a mistrial for Vanderbilt University foottball players, Brandon Vandenburg, and Corey Batey who were earlier convicted of multiple sex crimes. … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, date rape, Education, Journalism, Judges, Law, Media, misogyny, Rape, Vanderbilt University Sex crimes | Tagged , , , , | 20 Comments

University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides blows a teachable moment

Ducking an opportunity to educate, University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides, blew a “teachable moment” on Thursday, the day after nine people were murdered in cold blood in Charleston’s most prominent black church.  Although President Pastides could have opted … Continue reading

Posted in Bad Cops, College, Education, Government, Lexington County Sheriff's office, racial profiling, Racism, Republican Party, South Carolina, Todd Kincannon | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

FOX NEWS continued attacks on women spreads to other networks and police departments

Anyone believing media downplaying the value of women in their coverage, doesn’t play a role in their murders and unfair court decisions, might want to rethink that. How badly does the drip-drip of misogynistic articles by Rupert Murdoch’s media companies, … Continue reading

Posted in child custody, Divorce, Family Court, Government, Journalism, Law, misogyny, Rupert Murdoch | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

The answer to the question, Is Apple Profiling you

The short answer is “Yes.”  No matter who you are. I discovered one lawsuit last week while everyone was busy talking about Twitter’s CEO “stepping down” began a little research. Turns out, Apple gets sued by customers and employees, alike. … Continue reading

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