Kommentary on Disney Pays For “Painful” Small World Ride; Gandhi Tactics At Guantanamo Bay

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Absurd Handicapping: Judgment in favor of “casualty” of “It’s a Small World”

         Published in The Huffington Post on 04/01/2013




“Since when does enduring some loud music and having to hold your pee in for a while in an amusement park rise to the level of discrimination, not to mention pain and suffering?”

Yet, even if Bloomberg is right, I don’t want him or any government leader to limit 

Its common sense to know that if you go to an amusement park, the ride may break down.
by Steven Kurlander


Recently, a Federal court ordered thousands of dollars paid to a man who sued after being stuck for a half an hour on the “It’s a Small World” ride at Disneyland in 2009.
In terms of one of the most absurd lawsuits on record, you can now forget the one where a lady spilled McDonald’s coffee on her lap and was granted almost $3 million in punitive damages because the coffee was too hot. This one beats it.
The Plaintiff, Jose Martinez was awarded $8,000 after having the “traumatic” experience of being stuck for 30-40 minutes in his boat and having to endure listening to “It’s a small world,” one of the world’s most wonderful songs, over and over and over and over again…Continue Reading & “Like It”


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Huffington Post War on Terror: Hunger Strike, Should Lead to Closing Guantanamo Bay

Published in The Huffington Post on 03/28/2013

          Published in The Florida Squeeze on 03/28/2013 




“What is driving this is the hopelessness,” defense lawyer Carlos Warner told the Toronto Star. “You’ve got incredible frustration there … the bigger issue is the Obama administration has completely ignored Guantanamo.”


These hunger strikers are making Obama confront the same quandary that faced Churchill and the Viceroy of India in 1942 when Gandhi went on a hunger strike to protest Indian involvement in World War II.
by Steven Kurlander

When President Obama first took office, a rumor circulated that he had replaced a bust of Winston Churchill in the Oval Office favored by President Bush with one of Abraham Lincoln and sent the Prime Minister packing back to the British Embassy.


Obama’s alleged actions were seen both as a slap in the face to the British and an ideological statement against traditional British imperialism.


The truth is that there had been two busts of Churchill in the White House. The original Winston had remained in another part of the White House while the second one, a loaner to Bush from Great Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair, was actually removed with the rest of other lent works of art by the White House curator on Inauguration Day.


The alleged banishment of Churchill issue came to light again…Continue Reading & “Like It” 

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