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Boggles the mind…

I’m a little late on this, but the corporate tax bill Congress passed this month is so outrageously evil, I’m beside myself with fury. It even has the requisite Orwellian name: “American Jobs Creation Act of 2004″. Why do people let Congress get away with this? There’s a nice list of the top 10 outrages [...]


On the day I write my big law-yer post, the Supreme Court decides that it will consider the constitutionality of displaying the 10 Commandments on public property. I’m interested in seeing what they write, as I would prefer the Commandments be kept off public property.

The Weekend

I’d like to separate the events of this past weekend from the gigantic post below. This weekend was pretty cool. Amy and I went to a Moroccan place with an Indian couple who lives in her development. They were very nice. Interesting to hear about the move from Indian to American culture, the pharmaceutical industry, [...]

Cool Lawyer Stuff

I’ve been really fascinated by law lately (and by comic books, but that’s another post for another day). I’ve always liked Law & Order, A Few Good Men, movies based on John Grisham novels, etc. and I took part in Mock Trial during high school. I was even happy to be called for jury duty, [...]


Also, I wanted to say that DucLink will make a triumphant return at some point. I want to make sure I’m well insulated against claims of libel and such. I’m pretty sure I’m on firm legal ground here. Everything I’ve read says that what is posted has to be false, it has to be provable [...]

Mandatory Update!

I’ve been meaning to post about all kinds of stuff, and I just never got around to it. Sorry, Jeremy! Here are some quickies. I’ll post pictures and more substantial writing after tomorrow’s exam. Eleazar’s party on Sept. 24 was great. Read about it and see pictures at CCEBuzz. Amy left for San Francisco last [...]


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