Monthly Archives: May 2010

Primary Night in the USA

Rand Paul just won the Repub nomination for U.S. Senate in KY. And remember when no one took his Dad seriously in 2008? In retrospect, it’s amazing that Ron P. was not able to do better at the polls. In … Continue reading

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In Trial Today

Will be in trial today on a case involving financial fraud and mortgage lending. This case highlights some larger lending issues, which I’d like to post about when I have more time (June?) Sorry for the pathetic on-line efforts recently. … Continue reading

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The NHL Season is Officially Meaningless

I watched the last part of the Boston-Philly game last night. With Boston eliminated, the two lowest seeds in the East — Philly and Montreal — will play to reach the Stanley Cup final. Both have played great so no … Continue reading

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Ivy League Justice

This week President Obama nominated Elena Kagan for the U.S. Supreme Court Justice seat to be vacated by retiring Justice John Paul Stevens. Ms. Kagan, the U.S. Solicitor General, is eminently qualified on paper to serve on the Highest Court … Continue reading

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Subpoena Tests Academic Freedom

With apologies to many great people (including my Dad) who are professors, politics on our college campuses has never recovered from the end of the Cold War. In my era, it was still hotly debated whether America was the leader … Continue reading

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