Monthly Archives: July 2013

George Zimmerman Guilty, Innocent or None Of The Above?

In trying to make sense of the Trayvon Martin trial  three things have come to the fore front in my thinking. One is the applicable law, which in Florida is somewhat different, but not that different from other states. The  paradox of law is … Continue reading

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Benchmark of Society

I have a walking trail cut into some land that I own in Minnesota. The trail is about two miles long and runs from old growth forest into recent tree plantings including wild life cover, hardwoods and pines. I walk … Continue reading

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