Protest attire: ways to stand out in a crowd

Protest attire: what does it say about you? Are you projecting the image you want when you get dressed to go to a protest? What does your outfit say about you? There are reasons one might want to tone down protest attire. You may not have declared that extra job on your taxes. Or suppose you told friends to meet Keep reading!

Grand Jury Announcement: Which side are you on?

The Grand Jury Announcement could come any day now I haven’t been blogging as frequently because I’ve been so busy with life. I HATE it when that happens! I’ve been wondering something though. Have I become one of those relatives the other family members are loathe to talk to at family gatherings? Am I so entrenched with my position regarding Keep reading!

Confessions of a Polling Station Volunteer

I want to share my experience as a Legal Challenger yesterday at Black Jack City Hall. First of all, almost everyone, except for the mentally unstable pollster that got on everyone’s last nerve and grumbled about the lack of donuts, wanted to do a good job. We were all there to help and worked for a common goal, regardless of Keep reading!

Get Your Vote On!

I am up at the ass-crack of dawn to fulfill my civic duty today. I volunteered to be a Legal Observer/Challenger in the General Election to be held today, the 6th of November, 2012. My efforts, along with about 500 lawyers in St. Louis, are to ensure that every eligible voter can cast a ballot that counts. At the writing of this Keep reading!