Tag Archives: Judicial Activism

The Benefits of Mysterious Silence

At the far end of East 52nd in Manhattan – at 450 East 52nd Street to be exact – you’ll find the Campanile – built in 1927 and once home to the Rothschild’s, the H.J. Heinz’s, Rex Harrison, Mary Martin, … Continue reading

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Deciding Who We Are

What do you want to do when you retire, if you ever can? Those of us who walked away from the world of work a few years ago, to finally do what we want, found our means of doing what … Continue reading

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Here We Go Again

No doubt Ann Coulter is sitting around listening to that old Rolling Stones tune about how you can’t always get what you want, but sometimes, if you try real hard, you get what you need. But at least it’s from … Continue reading

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