Summer of Race

A contrite Riley Cooper returned to the life of a professional football player after 4 days off from summer practice to attend sensitivity training.  Is there some irony in sending a pro football player off to get sensitivity training?  As Cooper lines up an outside linebacker or strong safety for a crack back block, will he ...

Riley Cooper; Where did that come from?

A former University of Florida, Urban Meyer player showing animosity to African-Americans; hard to imagine isn’t it. Is there a coincidence here?  It seems the guy is very contrite at this moment, but the question lingers of why alcohol was able to unleash this uninhibited expression of what was bouncing around inside of him.  If ...

Living Wage, Not Minimum Wage

Corporate profits in 2012 were over $1.8 TRILLION.  That’s almost 2 million-million dollars.  If you’re making $40,000 a year, it would take you almost 50 million years to earn what U.S. corporations made in 2012.  If you lived to be 82, in order to amass an amount equal to 2012 corporate profits you would have to save over $60 million a day.  ...

Why Is Healthcare Not An Inalienable Right?

In 1932 the Supreme Court addressed a gross injustice in Alabama where 9 black youths were charged with raping two white women on a slow moving, southbound freight train. The boys’ parents scrapped together enough money to hire a real estate lawyer from Tennessee who met with his clients less than 30 minutes before the ...

Stunning

The male governor of Ohio signs a budget bill within which is placed anti-abortion legislation that was not debated nor discussed before made a part of the budget.  The bill defines pregnancy as beginning at time of fertilization not implantation of a fertilized egg thus theorectically making birth control pills and IUDs subject to further ...

Stay Healthy In July 2

Today marks the annual surge in new residents into hospitals around the country.  What’s the signficance of graduating medical students actually getting their hands on patients in a meaningful way?  According to a Johns Hopkins study, there are more complications from spinal metastases surgeries and a higher mortality rate in July than any other month. ...

Welcome

Welcome
This is the first entry of my new blog, Intuitive Bulldawg.  It will be a general opinion blog focusing on current events with a heavy emphasis on government and politics.  As a son of the South relocated many years ago to South Florida, it will be infused by a background conservative in nature but hewed ...