I’m going to cut back on daily blogging for a bit. I appreciate all those who have been with me over the years especially those who have offered their comments. I won’t go away but you will be hearing less from me.
I want to get into some things in more depth. I have things sitting on my plate that have to be finished which cannot be done wailing about Trump and the demise of the country. I have some interesting stuff on the Gardner Museum that might appeal to some; I have to try to do what I can to extricate John Connolly the former FBI agent from his unjust perpetual imprisonment; I have to spend more time delving into how it was that J. Edgar Hoover came to create the abominable top echelon informant program that created monsters like Stevie Flemmi and his associates which has caused me to delve into the history of our country in a much greater manner than I hoped.
I want to get away from the Trump and let those who are happy with his victory enjoy the fruits of their work. He will be what he has shown himself to be no matter how many want to put on rose-colored glasses and think he is not what he has always been.
Now that we will have a new U.S. Attorney in Boston I will have to wait and see what will result. Will the improper and sinister connection between the media and the federal prosecutors continue and the new U.S. attorney turn a blind eye toward the leaks by members of the staff? Will we have a free press what will judge the federal prosecutors and federal judges according to their deeds and not because of what goodies they can get from them?
I want to study in more detail the private labor unions who have no representation in the Democratic or Republican parties and perhaps suggest it is time they create a new approach which may be a new political party. Has there been a study to show the private labor unions demise in part is caused by the public employee unions? Are the union politicians pro-public employee unions while anti-private unions?
I want to go back and show the Deegan murder and how the Mafia and its lawyers have made a mockery of justice in pretending that four innocent men were convicted. Has anyone ever noticed that the two FBI agents most responsible for the demise of the Mafia in Boston: Paul Rico and John Connolly ended up being turned into villains while the Mafia members are put on pedestals by some of the federal court judges?
I still want to look at the horrid Massachusetts justice system where those out of luck get heaps of bad luck thrown on them to keep them down. Keep in mind that the only profession that has not changed in any significant manner since the 19th Century is the law profession. The judges, public employees all, get their pay checks whether they better things or not. Imagine in 2017 the federal courts still do not allow the public to view the trial proceedings and the FBI still will not record interviews with others on recording devices done off its premises.
These things I want to consider more and it takes time to do this and daily blogging eats up much of the time involved in doing it.
In sum you will be hearing less from me but I’ll still be lurking around looking to call out about some things that seem wrong.
Happy New Year.