It is instinctive to feel that Katie Steinle’s case cries out for justice. But the newest ruling is from a legal standpoint, not ideological.
Monthly Archive: August 2019
The Bard’s Tale IV brings it back to basics.
Developing the Amazon Rainforest is a bad idea even in economic terms.
Before the crick dried up.
It rings hollow when the powers that be point out the obvious-that you are not viable-and the known-from-the-start non-viable candidate starts crying foul.
Watching David Chappelle’s New Comedy Special
When a feller wants more Summer.
What’s almost as good as going on vacation?
Why, when your boss and your boss’s boss go on vacation.
Seeing the reports about the disagreement between Sony and Disney when it comes to who owns Spider-Man has left me feeling indifferent.
How’s your mom?
A retrospective on an alleged presidential campaign.
There’s a haunting beauty in these old cemeteries. It’s the new ones that creep me out.
Your Wednesday Writs this week include a soap opera of a SCOTUS case, a record breaking opioid settlement, space crime, a creative judge, a dumb criminal and more.
From Atlantic City
Joe Biden talked about these formative events to a generation. The problem is that was not only a generation ago, but nearly two generations ago.
This isn’t a movement about one particular party, it’s a more practical movement seeking solutions to the problems facing our country.
A (fairly) recent movie asks if God can forgive us for what we’ve done to His creation.
Who knew Canada was so popular?