Marty McFly: Nobody calls me a chicken Back to the Future 1985 Last week In my subscription commentary I talked a bit about the concept of treating your voters like customers. I made the same suggestion concerning states noting that Massachusetts has lost an average of an electoral vote for every decade of my life … Continue reading Everybody blog about how fine Maryland Must be Doing
Sonny: Where're you going? Michael: To the City. Sonny: Yeah? Well, send somebody with him. Michael: No, I'm just gonna go see Pop. Sonny: I don't care, send some bodyguards with him. Clemenza: He'll be all right. Sollozzo knows he's a civilian. The Godfather 1972 Well it looks like last week a rather bright line … Continue reading When Did the Professional Left Sell their Souls?
Hawkeye: I’ve known Chingachgook since we both were young. I knew Uncas’ mother. I’ve known Uncas since he was born. Major Heyward. I don’t know you. If we have to fight back to back, it’s possible that you might run. I don’t think you will, but you might. I’ve fought back to back with these … Continue reading Kimberlin & Company Dreaming of a new Molly Norris
I alluded to last week's show which was about the Kimberlin case earlier today. It's slightly late but Saturday's show with Dan Backer Will Hoge of Hogewash and Stacy McCain is now available here.
Today of DaTechGuy on DaRadio we talk to attorney Dan Backer about the latest developments in the Brett Kimberlin Saga We'll talk about the federal and VA rulings, appeal plans and what's next. We'll be doing all this today at 10 AM EST on WCRN AM 830 Worcester. Feel free to join the conversation at … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 AM WCRN Dan Backer
There are no details yet, but the Walker v Kimberlin case has been dismissed. Back in June I wrote about how Kimberlin resembled the story Hal Chase who when finally brought before authorities concerning his reputation for throwing games thanks to his manager Christy Mathewson. The result: Lucky for Chase by the time he came … Continue reading Hal Chase in 1918: Walker v Kimberlin dismissed
Tomorrow is December 4th the date scheduled for rules on the plethora of motions concerning Kimberlin v Walker are to be ruled on. The Courts being what they are, it would not be a huge surprise if for whatever reason a continuance takes place to delay it, but lets work under the assumption for a … Continue reading A Kimberlin Pre-Court Update
the proud spirit cannot endure to be mocked St. Thomas Moore ...well not really but I do have something to say. I'm very delighted at Aaron Walker's victory but the fact that he had to go though he had to go through months of this stuff, and the expenses involved in this is a national … Continue reading It’s Everybody Laugh at Brett Kimberlin day….