Tag Archives: Kevin Underhill

Did Magna Carta lead inevitably to the Scopes Trial?

Oh probably not. But Kevin Underhill, at his brilliant, satirical take on the worst of law, Lowering The Bar, writes something in his excellent and hilarious treatise on Article 41 of Magna Carta and how some, uh, insurrectionists tried to … Continue reading

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A bullet point illustrating the gun problem in the USA

From Kevin Underhill’s Lowering The Bar, this is categorized as an Assorted Stupidity: Recently a California man was charged with reckless endangerment for shooting a gun into the air to scare off a dog that was attacking his pet duck, … Continue reading

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Is aptitude at serious multi-tasking required for federal agents?

For more than a year I’ve been thinking about the coming employment boom among the federal agencies. After all, the former guy’s minions gutted the agencies and/or employed incompetents to fill the jobs. So I’m figuring there will be tons … Continue reading

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