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Monthly Archives: August 2010

Another Church Near Ground Zero

Posted in General
I do not understand.  I read polls saying Americans disfavor a mosque near Ground Zero and many Americans prefer not to have any mosque near their homes.  And, yet, I do understand.  If I had not spent 12 months in Iraq serving in the Army and working closely with several Iraqi, Continue Reading

No Fury Like a Former Employee Scorned

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So, you get angry with your employer.  They fire you.  You want to get back at them for what "they" did to you.  Most people start thinking lawsuit.  Not Edward Harrington.  He decided to start a blog complaining about his former employer, Levinson Axelrod, a prominent New Jersey law firm.  He Continue Reading

Judge Keller’s Appeal Rejected

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Judge Keller’s appeal fails with no comment from the court.  See report.  The Texas Supreme Court rejected Judge Keller’s appeal.  See prior post.  Keller appealed the Commission’s public warning, arguing the Commission was authorized to sanction her or not sanction her.  Judge Keller argued in her appeal that issuing Continue Reading

Tweeting Your Way out of a Job

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Tweeting your way out of a job can happen.  See report.  The Middle Eastern editor for CNN sent a brief tweet about the passing of a Lebanese cleric who was known for being anti-American.  Octavia Nasr tweeted that the cleric was "one of Hezbollah’s giants I respect a lot."  The Continue Reading

Workplace Violence Takes 9 Lives

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 Another incident of workplace violence.  This time in Connecticut.  See news report.  The shooter’s family say the shooter had been harassed due to his race, African-American.  In any event, he was video taped stealing some product.  The morning of the shooting, he was going to a disciplinary hearing.  He had Continue Reading
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