Peter Funt

Justitia, Open Your Eyes
08/01/2011
We know Justitia better as the blindfolded Lady Justice, and sometimes judges, juries and prosecutors exhibit a kind of blindness that leads to injustice. Read More
Closing The Book
07/22/2011
I used to have an aversion to big-box stores, especially those that destroy well-run, friendly neighborhood businesses. Read More
Patriotic Purchasing
07/14/2011
At a time when many Americans are easily agitated about immigrants crossing our borders, they seem to care little about the flood of foreign-made products. Read More
Summer Flings
07/09/2011
Presidential politics during the summer before the summer before the next election is a lot like spring training baseball. Read More
In God We Vote
06/22/2011
With two Mormon candidates in the race, it's now certain that the 2012 campaign will continue the trend of carefully weighing candidates' religious beliefs. Read More
Judicial Depravity
06/14/2011
California's prisons are so overcrowded, the U.S. Supreme Court order the state to reduce its inmate population by 33,000. Read More
Daydream Believer
06/09/2011
This is a dream come true. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have made a scientific discovery that should thrill those who are overweight but spend ... Read More
Signs of Confusion
06/02/2011
In an age when Twitterphiles are able to communicate deep thoughts with just 140 characters, it's puzzling that the authors of highway signs so often ... Read More