We’re adding yet another writer to Spot-on’s line-up today. For those of you keeping score at home, that’s 14 of us. And more coming, too!
Please welcome Wayne Dawkins who joins us from Hampton Roads, Va., a collection of small town in Eastern Virgnia, which as Wayne notes in his introduction, sits smack-dab in the middle of some of the more historic venues in this country. It also happens to be close by one Norfolk Naval Base, the nation’s largest military base.
Wayne’s portfolio for Spot-on is broad and his opening post offers a look at Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ new book and the accompanying media tour. Unlike the Sunday pundits, he doesn’t dwell on Thomas’ battle of words and intentions with Anita Hill. Instead he focuses on Thomas’ behavior over the course of his career and provides, in the end, a more damning judgement.
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