Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

“Can We Please Stop Talking About ‘Collusion’?”

Source: Can We Please Stop Talking About ‘Collusion’? – The New York Times Uh, no. In an odd opinion piece, Ryan Goodman, a professor of law at NYU, tried to make some legal points about the word “collusion.” (Note that … Continue reading

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“2 Texas Students Sue Schools to Freely Protest the Pledge”

Source: 2 Texas Students Sue Schools to Freely Protest the Pledge – The New York Times Like those [NFL] athletes, the Texas students, India Landry and another teenager, identified only by her initials, M.O., said their protests stemmed from a … Continue reading

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Trump aide shouldn’t have said what he did about…

George Papadopoulus. In today’s Daily News, I picked up this paragraph: Former campaign aide Michael Caputo backed his old boss [Trump], dismissing Papadopoulus as “the coffee boy.” I’m going to dismiss Michael Caputo as a bloviating dope. You don’t want … Continue reading

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