Part three on how Rob sees this whole mess. It's never easy.
As Rob looks deeper into how we prosecute cases where someone ends up dead, he poses the idea of our having to play both the victim and the perpetrator. It's not easy.
Honestly, how much do we care about what happens to the people we don't know? Rob will tell you, and it's likely that you already know the answer.
With all of these chants of USA! USA! coming from the streets, Rob is forced to question what is a republican and what is a Republican?
Despite being seemingly hamstrung by the system, Jerommie Smith is putting up a solid fight to win the vote on Election Day. One issue: he's a write-in.
Today at the Champaign County courthouse, the people will look for the State's Attorney Julia Rietz to come down on Charles Cribb with an iron fist. Rob contends it's not just the right thing to do, it's the only thing.
What's the real need for Olympian Drive? Nothing, really, says Rob, outside of more unneeded noise with your er... "federal" tax dollars at work.
For most, noise is something that goes without thought. But did you know that it's damaging you, even if you aren't fully cognizant of it?
In advance of what will most likely be a fast ending to an important life, Rob offers his obit of Christopher Hitchens, in advance.
If the name Geoff Shepard doesn't ring a bell with regards to the Watergate scandal, you are likely not alone. Rob McColley speaks with him about how that era has had more than one ripple effects.