If 2013 was anything, and I'm not convinced it was, it was the year of strong opinions — even in long-term care. The fact that they were often biased, self-serving or blissfully fact-free seemed to make no difference. From our nation's finest politicians right down to me, from my damp hole under the porch, we were willing to state our personal beliefs loudly, boldly, publicly, without question or doubt, as absolute truth. Or at least that's my opinion.
The Supreme Court has decided that corporations and unions are really no different from regular folk when it comes to sponsoring elections. As a result, we're about to see a spending spree that would shame King Louis XVI.