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Will the DMV Close Down Uber and Lyft Using 80 Year Old Law?

Will the DMV Close Down Uber and Lyft Using 80 Year Old Law?

Cartoonist Chip Bok: When guns are password-protected

Cartoonist Chip Bok: When guns are password-protected

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com   January 22, 2015     I came across a piece in the Sunday NYT by Nicholas Kristof about child proofing firearms. He wonders why a PIN can’t be used to password protect your guns just like your cell phones. Makes sense. He calls them “smart guns”. Of course then you’d have to get […]

Torturing “Torture”

Torturing “Torture”

By Timothy J. Bond The word torture is being thrown around as if we’re all talking about the same thing. A feeling of or inflicting great physical or psychological discomfort or pain. Agreed? Now what about intent? Does it matter if we are speaking about Jeffrey Dahmer or not? Or does it matter if the […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Name the only one a prosecutor can’t indict

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Name the only one a prosecutor can’t indict

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com     ON ERIC GARNER December 4, 2014 Eric Garner was selling cigarettes without paying taxes on them. If he were Al Sharpton he would have been invited to the White House. Instead he was killed by the cops. The untaxed cigarettes are called loosies and former Mayor Bloomberg and the police […]

Family Claims to Have Been Tricked into Buying House Full of Poisonous Spiders

Family Claims to Have Been Tricked into Buying House Full of Poisonous Spiders

By Jennifer Felten “It was shortly after we moved in they started bleeding out of the walls,” recalls Brian Trost, the father of a family whose dream home turned into a nightmare. The “they” he is referring to are brown recluse spiders, a type of spider that is considered highly dangerous as their venom can […]

California Voter Guide—Judges up for election

California Voter Guide—Judges up for election

By Craig Huey Editor’s note: By now, most of you have received your sample ballots. Most people have no idea who the judges/candidates are. Craig Huey, a direct marketing professional, who has run for Congress, who has monitored judges for a long time, knows more than most people and offers his publication: http://www.judgevoterguide.com/#ventura, which explains the criteria […]