As our own Em Carpenter ably wrote Wednesday, West Virginia’s (badly hobbled) Supreme Court refused to allow Don Blankenship to appear as a candidate on the state’s ballots for its Senate election this year. This post is about that decision.
Monthly Archive: August 2018
Not the killing people kind, but other kinds.
The state of California appears to be testing things out by implementing their own universal healthcare system to cover their citizens.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of compiling links from around the world and across the web straight to you. This week, Service, Server, Servant, with a soundtrack to match. Read, share, and enjoy.
The bale of hay that looks best to me.
(I’ve made a decision about the car.)
The contest of which statement, the Pope’s “no comment” or Cupich’s “bigger agenda” is the more tone deaf is a matter of personal perspective. What is becoming increasingly clear is the Vatican has no idea how to handle this present crisis it finds itself in.
Trailer parks and bank screwups.
Coal baron and federal convict Don Blankenship’s bid to be on the November ballot for a US Senate seat has ended, by ruling of a disheveled and short-handed state supreme court.
He’s very, very sorry.
A song that I’m sure we’ll be sick of before February.
But it ain’t February yet.
When one of your life’s greatest passions also causes you heartache.
When distinct from economics, what’s left?
When it comes to abuse, Michigan State University is just like everybody else.
I am so ready for that mythical pleasant Arizona winter.
Car was recently totaled. I need advice from grown-ups.
Australia changed prime ministers for the sixth time since Howard left in 2007. How does this keep happening?
From there to here, from here to there, people are moving everywhere.
Neil Simon has passed.
Wait for it.
In his speech announcing his choices, the governor attempted no pretense about his intentions…In doing so, he has no doubt cemented the opinions of those who find the impeachment debacle to be an orchestrated coup by a Republican legislature to overthrow and take command of an entire branch of state government.