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Blog Posts in December, 2011

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  • Massachusetts Resurrects Star Chamber
    Massachusetts Resurrects Star Chamber

    Let me apologize in advance for not doing some fancy-schmancy end-of-the-year post. It’s not that I’m not grateful to see 2011 starting to move into the rearview mirror. It’s more that I’m not wanting ...

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  • Hold Out, Cossack & Other Adages
    Hold Out, Cossack & Other Adages

    This post may sound self-congratulatory. I don’t give a sh*t. It’s not meant to be that way. But after you read the post, maybe you’ll understand why I’m grateful my year can end on such a note. This ...

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  • The End of the Rule of Law
    The End of the Rule of Law

    I’m not sure what’s more disturbing about this story: the vague report making it unclear for which crime the man was convicted, the argument of the prosecution and determination of the judge that he ...

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  • Freedom of Speech & Blogging
    Freedom of Speech & Blogging

    I had intended to write today about something Scott Greenfield posted on his blog regarding questionable “studies” over the number of children being arrested in the United States. Is it increasing ? ...

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  • Fresno Never Overreacts
    Fresno Never Overreacts

    One of the more significant and interesting traditions in Fresno that has survived from days of old involves driving or strolling down Christmas Tree Lane. For the past 89 — yes, eighty-nine — years, ...

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  • Arbitrariness
    Arbitrariness

    If there’s one thing that drives me battier than others, it’s the arbitrariness of the so-called criminal “justice” system. I personally think arbitrariness underscores all that is wrong with the ...

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