Time is passing the Oscars by. And I think more and more people are happy to let it.
Monthly Archive: February 2019
Stepping back to move forward.
Preach it! Who are the great artists that you think the world NEEDS to know about right now?
Laid out the cards all wrong.
We picked up Gloomhaven for the gaming group and have put a couple of nights into it.
There have been many iterations of Batman. The best comes from Batman: The Animated Series
One day, America will learn to not start social media outrages over short clips of video. Today is not that day, as Senator Diane Feinstein and her team found out.
What to do, what to do…
Some -myself included- are content to let Muthana lie in the bed she made and rest easier with one less person like her on our soil. Others -myself included- begrudgingly look to the law for a determination of the propriety of her return, and find much more gray area than one would hope.
Linky Friday: Parliamentary Procedures ft latest from our UK friends including Brexit, Labour defections, Troy rebellions, Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May & more
I didn’t raise my kid to be a jaywalker.
We talk a lot about what happens during the weekend, we never talk about what we do to wrap the weekend up.
Roger Stone did a very stupid thing. Judge Amy Berman Jackson wasn’t amused, as the federal judge modified the indicted Stone’s gag order.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen that happen in a basketball game before. As a metaphor for college athletics and college basketball in particular, it’s amazing.
Critics of civil forfeiture are cheering a new, unanimous Supreme Court decision which strikes a significant blow to the practice. The use of forfeiture actions, in which states file suit to confiscate the property of those accused of crimes, has been under fire by people of all political stripes, who see it as an extreme and unfair overreach of power.
You missed some good times.
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Rumblings in Westminster are starting to get louder, and more public, as the UK House of Commons tries to find a path forward with the Brexit deadline bearing down on them.
“Evil rich” and it’s slightly more polite colloquial cousin “greedy rich” are very old – and occasionally true – stereotypes, and will never go away. But we should not accept them on face value, and we certainly should not be making wide-ranging and binding policy based off it.
Your weekly roundup of the most interesting law and legal related links from around the web. This week, we have teacher strikes, the pledge of allegiance, spying county sheriffs, a little bit of nepotism, and Dropkick Murphys.