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Worst Week Ever! March 2-8

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2016
FBI confused about iPhones, proposes trampling privacy rights to address issue; officer not charged in crash thanks to helpful coworkers; rad tech used to determine identity of artist who wished to remain anonymous and more.
  

Bad Negro

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 2, 2016
I made it all the way through high school and some college without ever reading Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, and not because it wasn’t assigned.  

Odd Newsmakers and Provocative Speech

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Melissa Click went too far when she called for immediate violence against student reporters, and Pete Santilli may have overstepped the journalist’s role when he supported the militants’ occupation of a federal animal refuge.
  

Worst Week Ever! Feb. 24-March 1

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Attempt to discuss social issues in the workplace goes predictably wrong; uniquely shaped Ohio building faces uncertain future; God sends message to Catholics about evil snacks and more.
  

Worst Week Ever! Feb. 17-23

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Kase Dawg realizes he has zero shot of becoming prez; service animals can only be certain types of animals, because people ruin everything; supreme court justice performs job duties like stoned, shy high school student and more.
  

Head to the Sky

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Remembering Maurice White is to recall when black folks smelled of incense, Egyptian Musk Oil, sweat from dancing along to Soul Train and Afro Sheen.  

Check It Out

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 17, 2016
I’ve never understood reporters who invent stories, events, sources or quotes. Whether reporters expect to get away with it is unclear, but getting caught can be a career-killer. Who trusts a proven cheat or unreasonable litigation risk?  

Worst Week Ever! Feb. 10-16

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Kentucky takes action to make hate-spewing employee as comfortable as possible; Einstein was right about something haters doubted; Scalia's legacy to be tested by anyone reasonable and more.
  

On Writing (Sort Of)

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 10, 2016
When I say someone is a “serious writer,” I do it secretly during a private, one-sided conversation with myself. Because the public sharing of artistic output is often so randomly and arbitrarily judged, who really cares what I think?   

Considering Pre-'Spotlight' Reporting on Sexual Abuse by Catholic Priests

0 Comments · Friday, February 5, 2016
Thirty years ago, Jason Berry and National Catholic Reporter ignited Americans’ awareness of sexual abuse by Catholic priests. Yup, it’s been in the news media at least that long.
  

Like Water for Black People

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 3, 2016
America has either been denying black Americans access to all manner of water to drink or it has let us drown; drown in filthy hurricane water or, as in Flint, Michigan in the tainted water flowing into the tubs and sinks of poor blacks and whites there.  

Worst Week Ever! Feb. 3-9

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Poverty expert says Cincy is doing a good job dealing with the poors; wealthy influencers invest megabucks on local politician; tea party happy to offer idiotic input on heroin problem and more. 
  

In God She Trusts

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The last time I laid eyes on Tracie M. Hunter, she was somewhere in the morass of a battle royale — a July 15, 2014, packed-room, pre-trial hearing before Judge Norbert Nadel.   

Worst Week Ever! Jan. 27 - Feb. 02

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Kasich stands zero chance of earning nomination, comes up with rad idea anyway; wacko Texas politician diagnosed with Obamacare; Enquirer takes down accurate headline over some bullshit and more.
  

Police-Shooting Stats and the Media

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 20, 2016
While federal officials dithered, The Washington Post and U.S. staff of London’s daily Guardian compiled lists of Americans killed by law enforcement last year.