Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Winston Churchill and the Shadow of a Great Man

I awoke this morning to an email with an attached copy of a press article from the UK. It is my usual practice to read some of the UK newspapers each day to try to stay current with what is happening in the land of my birth. This article was different, however, because it was about me and compared me, or some of my accomplishments, to the man widely credited as the greatest Englishman of all time, Winston Churchill.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Casey Anthony: The Aftermath

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the Anthony trial and stated that the prosecution was messing up the case and that it was essentially theirs to lose; I was right. Yesterday, I predicted that Casey Anthony would be found guilty because of a few simple points that should be driven home; I was wrong.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Casey Anthony: Why She Will Be Found Guilty

The jury is currently hearing the closing arguments of the prosecution and defense lawyers in the Casey Anthony trial and, based on everything I have heard, she will be, and should be, found guilty. I shall be brief in giving some of the reasons why.