COVID-19, State’s Rights, and Compassion

COVID-19, State’s Rights, and Compassion

In the Lincoln Douglas debates of 1858, Senator Douglas stated “If the people of any other territory desire slavery, let them have it. If they do not want it, let them prohibit it. It is their business, not mine.” These comments summarize America’s long battle with the states’ rights position. Since the days of the […]

Social Security Recipients Will Receive Stimulus Money

Social Security Recipients Will Receive Stimulus Money

Clearing up some confusion the Treasury Department announced on April 1, 2020, that those who receive Social Security will not have to file a tax return to obtain the coronavirus stimulus payment. The previous guidelines posted earlier this week were unclear on whether or not people who receive Social Security benefits would qualify for the […]

Tunnel Found in San Diego Leads to Drug Discovery

Tunnel Found in San Diego Leads to Drug Discovery

Last week on March 19, 2020, federal agents in San Diego uncovered an underground tunnel used for smuggling drugs. Authorities seized more than $29 million worth of drugs during the discovery. This underpass expanded more than 2,000 feet from a warehouse in the Otay Mesa area in San Diego, to a warehouse in Tijuana, Mexico. […]