One need not entertain strange-sounding theories about Sirhan Sirhan acting under mind control to acknowledge that there are very serious and disquieting discrepancies in the forensic evidence of the case that must be resolved.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris did right to re-open the talks demanding compensation from the nation's largest banks that admittedly engaged in unscrupulous mortgage and foreclosure practices.
Lately we've been hearing some strong words from the President about Wall Street crime. But when the cameras and lights aren't around, his Administration's been working feverishly to protect bankers from state law enforcement officials.
The banks hope that we'll see all the zeros and think that they've actually given us something. But California Attorney General Kamala Harris is not buying it. Instead of pressuring Harris to go with the flow, the rest of the attorneys general should follow her lead.
I am a fan of technology for my children, and I love their iTouches and that they can FaceTime with grandparents in England, discover new music, do educational games, and yes, even entertain themselves sometimes. But KIKing. Kiking is killing me.