By Hugh Clark
Silly Season has arrived.
Those who like politics less than some of us others call it the silly season. No reason to doubt that 2010 canÂ escape that reference based on recent entries on this blog.
A good case in point is Solomon Singer, a name with a nice ring and without question a fresh face on this islandâ€™s political scene.
To make sure there is no misunderstanding, I like horses. My favorite boyhood book was “Black Beauty,” a loving take on a rescued horse I read at age 6 or 7 and still have in my lumbering collection.
“The Horse Whisperer” is among my memorable movies. So I have no anti-equine feelings I am aware of, especially since the fabled Seabiscuit of thoroughbred racing fame lays in rest near by boyhood home.
But I fear Master Solomon is not ready for political prime time as a 18-year-old wanna be candidate in adult politics, regardless of his love of horses and self-promotion as a part-time Tarzan. Read more