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    Red-tail Hawk Has A Mouse For Dinner

    After pouncing upon his prey, this red-tail hawk grabs his mouse and takes flight, apparently afraid that I might be hungry too.

    How Serious Is Assisted Murder?

    The Supreme Court this week upheld Oregon’s doctor assisted suicide law. You gotta wonder where their brains are on that one. While it certainly seems plausible for the dieing cancer patient to argue their right to pass with dignity, one simply cannot dismiss the potential implications and abuses that comes with allowing one human being […]

    Will The Dark Side Of The Moon Be Apocalypse Now?!

    Forgive me for waxing poetic… well maybe this wrap-up should just be called “waxy.” … In short, these stories about eugenics, censorship, invasion of privacy and the impending North Korean apocalypse deserve much more attention, but the world moves on, and these stories will reappear, probably over and again. Never-the-less, I take note for the sake of doing so.

    Slum Lord Unregulated: Tommy Battle

    Which really just leaves a bunch of unanswered questions. Who owns the property? Is there even any hope of restoring the building? How can the City ignore what has become not just an eyesore, but an extremely dangerous attractive nuisance? (There was a death in the building recently, about 2 years ago, that was investigated as a suicide.) Early Works recently indicated that funding has been received in order to do major renovations to Constitution Hall Park, but no mention of the Historic Huntsville Freight Building was made.

    Contemptuous Healthcare Boondoggle

    Frankly, I haven’t finished reading my 25,800 page copy of the Affordable Healthcare Act, much less the equally voluminous Supreme Court decision upholding most of the controversial law. Even still – IT STINKS! Look at it this way. If Congress had raised taxes across the board and then said, “we will give you a tax […]

    The Incarnate Evil Of Google

    Google’s long held mantra of “do no evil” would seem laughable except that the breach of privacy is so egregious. Instead, I would refer to Google as incarnate evil – and already have.