Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

If you love real life thrillers, here are a trio

The past couple of days I’ve spent some time trying to figure out how I can toss two non-stick frying pans without doing permanent damage to our environment. From what I’ve been seeing, it’ll take a special recycling organization with … Continue reading

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End the filibuster! Okay but how?

Today, once again, I’m being irritated by people I respect, by other people whose ideas for policy I wholeheartedly support. But they drive me nuts when, understandably impassioned, they yell at the Democrats for not ending the filibuster in order … Continue reading

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This not-so-great escape brings up so many questions

From Harper’s Weekly Review: A 96-year-old German woman whose trial for Nazi war crimes is being held in juvenile court was captured several hours after attempting to flee. So many questions. And I’m not going to ask any of them. … Continue reading

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