Archive for April 2011

Jackpot Justice Denied In Colorado

Law students always want to land a part-time job clerking in a law firm or even for a solo lawyer. This gives one a chance to see the law at work in the real world and not just in the casebooks and the professor’s lectures. In my third year of law school I considered myself…

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A Modest Proposal

I guess I’d be called a radical if I offered a modest proposal — That Texas and Arizona secede. Between the two, and without the taxes and oppressive regulations the rest of the country imposes on them, they’d soon have a GDP to rival that of the U.S., along with a drug-free immigration policy. No…

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The Sonoran Desert Is A Place I Love

I Spend about 10 days in the Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona at Christmas every year.  The place I stay hosts a cookout at least once during that time, at a site called Yucca Flats about 5 miles out in the desert.  Most get there by horseback or jeep, but I walk.  I love walking…

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Justice, The Rule of Law, and Politically Biased Judges

Many moons ago when I was an idealistic young lawyer I thought if I just stayed current on the law I’d always do well in court.  I learned rather quickly that I would have to know the judge I was appearing before if I were going to come anywhere near predicting the outcome of any…

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Good Advice On The Proper Shooting Stance

Good advice here, read it carefully. This guy knows what he’s talking about. The proper grip is shown in the photo at left. Are your thumbs parallel, pointing at the target? They should be. I’m always amazed at how hard it is to get some people to do this. Their thumbs go wild, pointing all…

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