Finally a proper diagnosis from my doctor. Unwarranted smugness. He told me to relax, its epidemic right now and a crashing cure is coming.
One thing unites Americans these days. We like simple solutions to complex problems, EVEN if it doesn't solve the problem. Just makes us feel like we are doing something.
Ever since Nov. 9th I've been working on my concealed body bazooka idea. Could make me Trump rich.
People on my block kinda look up to me as a fashion icon, so today I will wear my shirt with the fewest soup stains. With great blessings comes great responsibility.
Surprise. My architect called and said the City not only approved my plans to build a wall around my property, it has agreed to help pay for it if I promise not to try to escape.
I live in Trump country. There is nothing I can do but try to support him when I can. And work hard to keep a few friends.
Tuesday's ritual and dirty dishes. Maids come tomorrow so it's time to spend an hour trying to cook supper, then throwing away the ruined food and ordering pizza. Otherwise known as Pizza night or "be glad you are not me" night.
There is an interesting case out of Denver where Heidi Hemmat at KDVR Fox 31 has resigned after death threats tied to her investigation of a local business. The threat however was not made to her directly but reported by the psychiatrist treating the owner. It appears to be a direct application of the ruling in Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California, 17 Cal. 3d 425, 551 P.2d 334, 131 Cal. Rptr. 14 (Cal. 1976), requiring doctors to disclose threats made by patients to their potential victims.
By MATT APUZZO and JAMES RISEN
Federal law, international pressure and resistance from inside the C.I.A. stand in the way of Donald J. Trump using brutal interrogation tactics.
I have previously criticized past prosecutions for stolen valor (here and here) as a threat to the first amendment. Such cases are deterred through social stigma and simple research. We have criminal laws allowing for the prosecution of those who use false claims to secure financial gain or benefits. Such is the case with former Marine Brandon Blackstone, who stole a combat veteran’s story of valor to secure a house and benefits. He is now facing 21 years in jail for his crimes in assuming the valor of Casey Owens, left, who lost both legs in combat. Blackstone served in the same unit as Owens.
Indonesia Sharia Court Orders The Flogging Of Woman Seen In Public With Male Non-Family Member And Others Deemed UnIslamic in Lifestyleby jonathanturley
-- William L. Prosser (1898-1972) Lawyer, Dean UC Berkeley, Authority on Torts