Rule of law

Outlaw capriciousness

The first time I heard the word capricious was in college. It was from my political science professor, Jim Jacobs at Wright State, in a conversation about the enforcement of historic zoning laws in Dayton. I felt I was being unfairly singled out for improving my $14,500 house, while a house in the Oregon District, Read More

Human rights abroad? What about at home?

I’m glad our “policy makers” are worried about the “rule of law” in Columbia- but what about here on our continent? Like right here at home. How are we protecting workers rights, homes, health while CEO’s and Wall Street types are taking home millions and billions per year- while we are watching the dollar melt Read More