Hillary Clinton is probably going to win — and win big — on Election Night. But then she’ll have to wake up on Nov. 9 and come to terms with the fact that an unfriendly Congress is going to spend the next four years tormenting her over her email scandal and the tangled web of relationships at the Clinton Foundation. And as they amass the pile of weaponized evidence so courteously handed to them by would-be Ecuadorian Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, Clinton’s Inquisitors-in-Waiting are sitting on a doozy.
According to a spooky tale I heard some years ago, there is a trove of what might have been pirate’s treasure buried next to a cemetery somewhere in Acadia Parish. I don’t know which cemetery, and I don’t know just how far the phrase “next to” might extend, But the legend has it that if you should by chance go to the right cemetery on Halloween night you will know it when you get to the spot.
Sorting out the immigration outcomes Despite controversies that rage over immigration, it is hard to see how anyone could be either for or against immigrants in general. First of all, there are no immigrants in general. Both in the present and in the past, some immigrant groups have made great contributions to American society, and others have contributed mainly to the welfare rolls and the prisons.