Supremes move back alley to Main Street

I remember it as though it were yesterday. I developed a fever and stomach cramps. Assuming it was the flu, I went to bed to sleep it off. When my husband came home and found me with a temperature of over 103 degrees, he insisted on taking me to the doctor despite my objections. Upon […]

Supremes won’t delay home healthcare wage hike rule

WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 30 – The Supreme Court has refused to grant the delay of a new Labor Department rule that is likely to have a serious impact on the elderly and home-bound. The rule will go into effect in a few weeks, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. […]

America on slavery’s slippery slope

The average life of a democracy is 200 years. Our country has outlived its expiration date largely because it is a democratic republic with a constitution that guarantees our citizens certain inalienable rights and a government with three co-equal branches, each with checks on the other two. We are now seeing those basic rights eroded […]

Lawmaker says State Supreme Court sided with sex offenders over children

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County lawmaker today denounced a California Supreme Court ruling that invalidated provisions of a 2006 law limiting where convicted sex offenders are permitted to reside. Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, described the court’s unanimous decision in William Taylor vs. San Diego County as illustrative of a “breakdown of California’s public safety system.” “I feel […]