From George Packer, a short, blistering denunciation. It’ll set fire to your screen: After a month in office, he has already proved himself unable to discharge his duties. But the only people with real leverage over him won’t use it. … Continue reading
My friend Michele and I were on the phone yesterday talking about…well, the only thing there is to talk about. I did slip in the big news that I’d gotten a haircut but neither she nor I paid any attention … Continue reading
Many “ordinary” people find themselves in “ordinary” situations that force them into lawsuits: wrongful termination, breach of contract, auto accidents, libel…Any of these can happen to you. Continue reading
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