Monthly Archives: June 2016

That Just Don’t Make No Sense

From Brett Kimberlin’s request for somebody, anybody to write anything to save his already-dismissed lawsuit against Senators McConnell and Grassley:    Point one: Let’s not wait for the senators to respond to the request because this dog got tossed over … Continue reading

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Why I Shouldn’t Be Trusted With the Internet


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Walker Gets Help in His Free Speech Case

This post is an old one, but the mother of the child for whom Grace’s Law is named has found the post and commented.  Aaron also commented.  Rather than let their comments sit on an ancient blog post with no … Continue reading

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And if everything else hasn’t depressed you enough today…

Please, sir, I want some more. Well, it’s not really that depressing, but just in case I thought I’d warn you.

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Chief Fails to Dispatch Engines, Building Burns

Says ‘It Can Also Do Good’ (Washington, D.C.)  The local fire chief is waiving away criticism that his policies on fire suppression are impractical or ineffective.  Instead, he redoubled his calls to understand fire’s potential positive benefits, while staunchly refusing … Continue reading

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Constitution? Why Bother?

h/t: Mediaite From Slate Richard A. Posner is a judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, and a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School: I see absolutely no value to a judge of spending decades, years, … Continue reading

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Goals — whiteouts

It’s probably one of the reasons. Sorry for the lengthy absence. I wish I could say I’ve been busy drawing cartoons for The New Yorker, but I haven’t. Just been in one of those unmotivated, Sunday-afternoon-nap fugues, I guess. via Goals … Continue reading

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