Blog Posts in 2014

Some Perspective on the Apparent Failure to Have a Post-Racial Society

Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, Staten Island, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio have all shown that perhaps America has a ways to go in order to finally become a post-racial society in which all ...
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What Donald Sterling Taught Me About Divorce Law

Unless you've been under a rock for the past week, you probably have heard of a TMZ report wherein Donald Sterling, owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, allegedly told his mistress not to ...
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The Myth of the 'Father's Rights' Attorney

Chauncey discovered his wife, who cheated on him for years, has now filed for divorce, AND a restraining order, even though he never laid a hand on his worthless, philandering wife. Hence, he woke up ...
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Those in Glass Houses...

They say the customer is always right. In other words, it helps to know your audience. For example, I am not obsessed with pop culture, but I know society seems generally tilted in that direction. ...
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