Every attorney, from time to time, has to give a “bad news” speech to a client. This is when the attorney’s people skills really matter. I had to give that speech this morning. It’s never any fun, but it’s an… Continue Reading →
To all my friends with my personal e-mail address: It doesn’t work anymore. My old firm in Manhattan Beach is finally changing its name and it seems that in doing so, they changed the domain of their e-mail server. They’d… Continue Reading →
I had lunch today with a guy who is well-connected in local politics. We talked about how the Antelope Valley High School District has recently approved an online charter school, aimed to service “at risk” students who do not succeed… Continue Reading →
An interesting bit from Fred Thompson on the lawyer as a political candidate. Much of it is biographical and designed to encourage political support for his candidacy (interestingly, Right Said Fred’s website does not describe Thompson’s positions on any political… Continue Reading →
From the ever-mercurial Iowahawk, you too can now vote for the best-looking inmate of the Polk County (Iowa) jail. I picked Ashley B, but that’s probably my damn!-Nicole-Kidman-is-hot-as-a-strawberry-blonde thing acting up again. None of them are as pretty as The… Continue Reading →
We have to look to Europe to find media who will state this obvious fact?
Another writer and I have been very active at Oval Office 2008 over the past couple of days. If you have interest in politics, Loyal Reader, go ahead and check it out.