It’s been quite a busy time in the real world, a place that I occupy much more often than the intellectually interesting but not-very-interactive land of Law And Policy Blogging. So before I get into some thoughts about immigration reform,… Continue Reading
What I love about blogging is finding people who comment on weird combinations of interesting things. Like the impact of facial hair on Presidential politics — it’s not a decisive advantage either way, but Republicans are always more hirsute than… Continue Reading
One of my complaints about the Pledge of Allegiance is that schoolchildren do not really understand it, and they are not expected to spend a lot of time analyzing its words. Well, interestingly, one reason that they are not expected… Continue Reading
Writing this blog post entirely from the droid. Just a test, really. 1234. Seems to work better to edit HTML directly and keep all links out. But it can be done.
If this isn’t exactly right I don’t know what else is. A good powerpoint presentation is the exact opposite of reading the slides out loud. Yet again and again I find myself in presentations where people do exactly that. It’s… Continue Reading
Of course I’d be linked up to several popular blogs on a post that contained a misspelling in its title. Oh, I fixed it now, but I need to remember the “i before e except after c” rule does not… Continue Reading
I had a brief but potentially interesting discussion with a fellow Super Bowl partier last night, a guy who is more than a little bit of a leftist. HIM: “The Colts, man, they’re really good but have no personality. They’re… Continue Reading
The most famous dystopian author was George Orwell. But was the the most accurate? Depressingly, this cartoon seems to hit the nail right on the head. Fits my mood for the evening.\ Hat tip to Patrick.
There are relationships out there that may once have been contractual but now I suggest that they are properly viewed, at best, as three-party contracts and more properly ought no longer to be treated as contractual at all. First-year law… Continue Reading
What need have we of the Gods?We have conquered their domainsAs they conquered the Titans. I look about my own landAnd I see the elementsHarnessed, domesticated. Wind and sun are made lightning,A lightning shorn of thunder,Jewels bring it where we… Continue Reading