Quote of the Day

Presently before the court is the motion of the defendant, Sony Pictures Classics, Inc. (“Sony”), seeking dismissal pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6). The plaintiff, Faulkner Literary Rights, LLC (“Faulkner”) has responded in opposition. The court has viewed Woody Allen’s movie, Midnight in Paris, read the book, Requiem for a Nun, and is thankful …

How Easy Will It Be to Implement Obamacare?

Not very easy, according to this post. I suppose that it is possible that anonymous sources in the Obama administration might be leaking worrisome quotes and information in advance on instruction from their superiors. That way, if anything goes wrong, the public will be prepared and subsequent public outrage might be lessened, and if things go …

You Know What Would Be Nice to Have in This Country? Some Economic Liberty. That’s What.

Link: The state of Kentucky believes that writing a newspaper column is not protected by the First Amendment. On May 7, Kentucky’s office of attorney general sent a letter to newspaper advice columnist John Rosemond. The letter ordered him to sign a consent decree that he would stop practicing psychology without a license in their state, …

I Wish This Story Were a Hoax

But in Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe, it's all too true: Poor women have been exploited at their most vulnerable time by a hospital that charged them $5 every time they screamed during child birth.  The shocking discovery was made by a U.S. group that campaigns against corruption, as it released its annual Global Corruption Barometer.  At …