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I never used to be patient. Why am I now?

Back in the old days, back when we had to get cash by going to a cashier at our own bank, and only our bank, no cross-pollination, you’d never find me standing on line for the cashier, unless the line … Continue reading

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Capitol chaos and federal crimes: “a tsunami of stupid”

The best and smartest opinion — with legal citations — on Wednesday’s Capitol chaos comes from Kevin Underhill, on his LoweringTheBar. Underhill’s main point is accurately summarized in his title. He goes on to name some of these idiots and … Continue reading

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Anyone up for seditious conspiracy?

I give reluctant thanks to the Volokh Report — a “libertarian” legal blog — for this timely piece of legal definition: 18 USC §2384—Seditious Conspiracy If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject … Continue reading

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