Archive for May, 2010

Why its awesome to be new

Back in the old days (yeah, you love it when a story sounds like that) I found that I wanted to be liked.  I wanetd EVERYONE to like me, judges, prosecutors, my clients.  It’s not that I didn’t fight, but I just became so used to the way things were and accepted them for the […]

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I’m with Stupid.

Yesterday I was listening to CSPAN on my way to the office.  Donald Kerwan of the National Migration Institute was on discussing the Arizona Immigration Law and why it sucks.  (The program isn’t actually loaded on the page yet, and to be honest, I didn’t hear all of the program so I am reporting only […]

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My PSA for the day

Muslim Advocates publishes an online book called “Unreasonable Intrusions” which gives an overview of border and immigration issues that are useful to everyone, but most particularly to muslims and people from south asia (those poor Sikh’s always get lumped in with us).  They’ve also got a video called “Got Rights” which talks about what to […]

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Soft nubby blankets of law.

Scott Greenfield at Simple Justice writes this morning of the blanket of laws we have covering just about every facet of our existence in this country.  My parents seem to be a recurrent theme these days, so let’s go for another one about dad.  My pop brought us to the U.S. in search of the […]

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