By: Mike McDaniel In the Freddie Gray case, the most significant remaining issue is Marilyn Mosby’s legal problems. I am, of course, more or less ignoring the damage Mosby did–and continues to do–to the rule of law and the havoc that continues to descend on Baltimore. Mosby has been sued, by all but one of the officers she charged, for false arrest and defamation, and a credible complaint against her for serial violations of legal ethics still stands before the Maryland Bar. Little of note has occurred in the first matter since August, and the Bar will keep its proceedings as secret as possible, and may never announce its decision, if indeed it is actually proceeding with an investigation, or merely doing an FBI/Loretta Lynch cover up disguised as an investigation. I suspect, however, Mosby will hasten to proclaim her innocence and virtue when and if she can.
By: Mike McDaniel Part three of this series of articles explored the morality of killing, and exposed the reality that the police not only cannot protect any individual, they have no legal obligation to do so. It ended with this observation: Whose survival best serves a just society governed [Read More]
Kanye again makes sense. This time, he says quite correctly that Americans are individuals, so politics should be personal, not a matter of group think. Group-think, which denies people’s individuality and insists that they have no meaning separate from whatever group the politicians believe best serve the politicians’ goals, is [Read More]
This illustrated edition has nothing to do with today being the 112th anniversary of the Great San Francisco Earthquake. I just wanted to acknowledge it. READ “Journalistic Standards” Have ALWAYS Been About Lies, and–In Some Cases–Advancing Causes.