Tag: High School

Justice for Sister Cathy: The Keepers

Justice for Sister Cathy: The Keepers

Current Affairs, Legal, Media
First published on Salisbury News As many of you know from my previous writings, criminal injustice has always found a soft spot in my psyche, largely because I generally believe in our Rule of Law. A program on Netflix, once again, has struck a chord within me because the grave miscarriage of our justice system stirs even for the most hardened of hearts. Sister Catherine Cesnik is probably a name many of you haven't heard of before. Her tale actually began and ended many decades ago. Close to 48 years ago, she was brutally murdered and many believe it was priests in her own parish who either orchestrated, planned and/or executed the egregious murder. Most importantly was not how she died but the following cover up by the Baltimore Archdiocese that makes this crime even more unsettli...
MARYLAND: Is It Time to Hold Legislators Legally Accountable?

MARYLAND: Is It Time to Hold Legislators Legally Accountable?

Corruption, Government, Legal, President Trump
Last week, a 14 year-old girl was raped by two illegal aliens (freshmen ages 17 and 18) in the bathroom at the Rockville High School, located in Rockville, Maryland. Ironically, on Sunday night, the assembly announced they would be voting on making Maryland a sanctuary state the following morning. In light of the vicious rape, thus proving exactly the words President Trump used when he campaigned for the presidency, it smacks in the face of the Democrat legislators as to the reason why sanctuary only provides havens for illegals while putting their voting public in grave peril.   On Monday, Bill 1362 was passed by the House with no public debate. Democrats who have sponsored this nefarious bill which violates Federal Law and puts Maryland in peril, losing federal fun
Should Johnny Really Go To College?

Should Johnny Really Go To College?

Education, Issues
By Thornton Crowe Published on Salisbury News Little story. A few years ago, I needed an electrician to fix a faulty outside electrical socket after a hard rain. After much calling around (even to my neighbor who is an electrician,) I found getting this simple 10 minute task would have to wait for three weeks to get done. Finally, I found Mr. Bradshaw. He came over and fixed the socket, (bringing parts with so no down time)! Calling around was the biggest investment of my time that day -- over two hours of answering machines and Suzy automation. Sadly, Mr. Bradshaw passed away in 2013. Now what? If you're a homeowner, you know finding people skilled in plumbing and electricity is very hard - especially on the Eastern Shore -- and quite expensive. While Bradshaw was very reasonable, ...