Category Archives: The Twittler

Defamation everywhere…and many drops to drink

Today’s Times had this informative and provocative opinion from Aziz Huq, a professor of law at the (notably not liberal–my perception) University of Chicago. Informative, because I didn’t know federal government officials–such as, say, the Twittler–were immune from defamation lawsuits. … Continue reading

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Women’s March in Vancouver: “I’m so angry I made a sign”

Little known fact: all women named Naomi are related to all other women named Naomi. Below, courtesy of my cousin Naomi Wittes Reichstein, now resident of Vancouver, inspiring words and photos from her Women’s March, which she posted on her … Continue reading

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Uh-oh: an amendment to my description of Golden Showers?

From Harper’s Weekly Review: Trump denied a leaked and unverified report from a former British intelligence officer that claimed that the Russian government had secretly filmed Trump in a hotel room in Moscow with prostitutes whom he paid to urinate … Continue reading

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