Mel Gibson: drunk AND anti-semitic. AND, the L.A. Sheriff’s Department apparently tried to cover it up. That’s why we must have freedom of the press: to expose governmental misconduct, whether to protect the privileged, or otherwise. UPDATE: The L.A. Times
I got interested [courtesy of Instapundit] in Eugene Volokh’s criticism of Slate’s “Bushism” transcript quote, mainly because I deal all the time with stenographic transcripts. You know, depositions and such. So I called a friend who is a court reporter/stenographer,
Tom Hayden tries to sound like a statesman, but ends up looking like a dupe: But the roots of this virulent spiral of vengeance lie in the permanent occupation of Palestinian territories by the overconfident Israelis. As it did in
This blogger just got fired as a lawyer from the big firm of Reed Smith. While she denies that her blogging was contributory to her termination, she does say: “But there’s more to talk about here than just the easy
As a small firm lawyer/administrator, I’m always interested in new and different ways to market. The continuing question for years has been whether Internet usage has reached such a critical mass as to make it a potent marketing tool, i.e.,
Some responses to the news that Bill Clinton will campaign for Joe Lieberman: Remember that Clinton is part of the DLC movement, which believes that the country has moved right and that a centrist Democratic thrust is necessary to achieve
What was life like in 1906? Check this out: The average life expectancy in the U.S. was 47 years. Only 14 percent of the homes in the U.S. had a bathtub. Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone.
Remarks by Rabbi Marvin Hier of Los Angeles: Let us be very clear, this is not a conflict over borders, not about 1967 or 1948. This is about enemies who have one purpose in mind, a Middle East that is
This Comments thing is interesting, for a change if nothing else. One commenter believes that a blog is not a blog without Comments enabled. Instapundit doesn’t have comments, so I’m not sure I agree. We’ll see how this [not so]
Just for yucks, I have enabled the comments feature of this blog. I’ve never done this, in over three years of on and off blogging, so it ought to be interesting. So weigh in, all you dozens of faithful readers!