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“Just Mercy” Will Rip Your Heart to Shreds


In all my years, I have never read a more disturbing, yet compelling book. The injustice and inhumanity described in Just Mercy will literally rip your heart to shreds and bring tears to your eyes. Just Mercy must be made … Continue reading

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Indiana – the crossroads of economic insanity


Yesterday, the legislature in my native home of Indiana voted to become the first state in the industrial Midwest to adopt right-to-work laws. Hopefully this short-sighted action will see the same fate (though more quickly) as a similar law that … Continue reading

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This ought to be interesting…


Heard on the news this evening that the Supreme Dorks have decided to hear the case challenging the legality of President Obama’s health care law. Given the Supreme Dorks can’t even figure who or what a person is, this ought to … Continue reading

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Where’s the justice?


I have noticed that advertisements in print, broadcasting, and on billboards for attorneys and legal services have morphed in the past few years. Previously, most were about injury claims, drunk driving, and divorce. Today, the majority appear to have something … Continue reading

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