Ronald Deere Still on Death Row
Saturday, April 21, 2018

On September 22, 2012, I posted “Don’t Stop: You’re Killing Me!” about Ronald Deere.  He has been on death row in California more than three decades for a 1982 murder.  Despite pleading guilty and requesting execution, in 2012 attorneys were still appealing the s... .. read more..

Common-Law Husband and Wife Move to Michigan
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A question came up regarding common-law marriage in Michigan. The couple in question came from Colorado where they were common-law husband and wife.  They were concerned about qualifying for spousal benefits under Social Security when they reach retirement age. Several attorneys told them th... .. read more..

Chemical Weapons
Sunday, April 15, 2018

The last few days have been wall-to-wall coverage of the attack on Syrian chemical-weapon facilities. What is the big deal?   Why should a barrel bomb full of chlorine or sarin be a heinous act when a barrel bomb full of explosives or incendiaries is not? This is silly. Dropping bombs on civ... .. read more..

Harley Davidson Goes Electric
Sunday, April 1, 2018

April 1, 2018 – Milwaukee, Wis (AP). Harley Davidson, Inc. (H-D) today announced that it will be switching from gasoline engines to all-electric power for its motorcycle offerings beginning with the 2020 model year.   Harley Davidson’s CEO, Matthew S. Levatich, stated, “We will be concentrat... .. read more..

An Amazing Example of Compassionate Design
Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Here is a brief article describing a new concept in dementia care:   Best Memory Care Design 2017: A Small House That Really Feels Like Home The post An Amazing Example of Compassionate Design appeared first on Off Top O My Head . .. read more..

Trade Wars Are Bad and There Are No Winners
Saturday, March 3, 2018

In the early ‘60s, gasoline sold for around $0.35 per gallon. However, from time to time, filling stations on opposite corners would engage in a price war, driving each other’s price down to a quarter a gallon, or lower. At those prices, the stations were clearly losing a lot of money. Gasoline h... .. read more..

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