Creeping Corruption and the Rule of Law

If I drive my car on a road anywhere in the world, and I see a traffic sign ahead signalling a speed limit, I know that from the location of that traffic sign, the speed limit it displays is valid. It is my responsibility as a driver timely to adjust my speed. If my current … Continue reading Creeping Corruption and the Rule of Law

Rosa Parks in Tajikistan

In an incident that could easily be pigeonholed under “Acts of Divine Justice” or “The Darwin Awards for Stupidity”, four Western cyclists in southwestern Tajikistan were recently intentionally mowed down and killed by Moslem activists. But why don’t we stop for a moment and think just what it is in our consciousness, wisdom or experience that … Continue reading Rosa Parks in Tajikistan