Lloyd Marcus is doing the wondering from a perspective of wisdom we should all be considering:
Most Americans desire a fair and just outcome of this tragedy. But, Lord help us if the evidence proves Zimmerman to be innocent...
That's the question asked by RC2 at Wheat & Weeds after watching Congressman Trey Gowdy of South Carolina completely befuddle Kathleen Sebelius on foundational questions. Her responses are embarrasing.
One thing this does point out is that this, once it comes before the Supreme Court... and it will, should completely be overturned and I hope, when it happens, that the Supreme Court is unmerciful in its judgment as to the arrogance and the overreach of those who brought us to this point.
A list of foreign countries where those Americans lucky enough to still have money can consider going if offshore banking is their investment vehicle of choice under the current leadership in Washington!
Next TPC will provide the results from a survey conducted by The National Foundation for Credit Counseling that looks at whether Americans are saving, mortgage decisions, credit cards and much more...
It would appear that the people who run Georgetown University have the courage to stand up to faux feminist Sandra Fluke and the flim flam man who occupies the oval office. "Georgetown University President John J. DeGoia released the following letter, in which he explained that the university would not cave to pressure from Fluke or President Obama."
...The problem is that the so-called "gutsy call" never existed. Putting aside the fact that any President with Mr. Obama's intelligence information would have made the same call, a new memo released yesterday that Mr. Obama did not make the "final" call, nor was it terribly gutsy. Instead, it shows that the President merely authorized the possibility for going to Abbottabad... and left everything else up to Admiral William McRaven.
The experience of watching the space shuttle Enterprise circle New York City on its way to JFK Airport can be described in many different ways. One of the words viewers most frequently used about the sight was “bittersweet”. As Enterprise piggybacked its way on a 747 to its final landing, Americans turned out in large numbers to view the flight. The predominant mood was nostalgia.
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