Wednesday, November 25, 2020


 Program Notes

The latest from the Department pf Public Harassment & Secret Services: The phrase sentence first (and) verdict afterwards is used to denounce arbitrariness. “Let the jury consider their verdict,” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. “No, no!” said the Queen. “Sentence first—verdict afterwards.”

Lt. Gov. Tenorio returns to the card today to continue his quixotic battle against “local legislation.” The MCCA is looking hard for “weavers” everywhere but Guam.  Maybe we already have enough weavers.  Rachel Ramirez, late of Saipan, demonstrates that being a “journalist” is a good way to insert your biases into what you write. Therese Terlaje again revises the history the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours.

Today’s Card

  • The department of Public Harassment & secret Services v. YOU!
  • Josh “Quixote” v. “The Church” [Lt. Gov. Josh v. The Strawman
  • Environmental Wackos v. Guam
  • Rachel Ramirez v. Guam
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Dairy Farmers & GOP v. The Governor
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