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Justice is supposed to be blind, but is it also supposed to be random?

I recently read where a foreclosure defense attorney who is definitely one of the good guys and has gotten many favorable rulings for homeowners said that—paraphrasing—his victories are “random” to a larger degree than most people would think. 1,120 more words

Everything Is Rigged

When Nemesis is your Friend

Femen (the topless activists) hate Catholics. I’m not sure whether the nun knew this fact, but I’m sure this coincidental meeting between contrasting ideology gave the photographer (Joseph Paris) a big smile, as well. 292 more words




American Justice

Zero Distance

What is this American justice we hear about? Empty words, meaningless words, and more words but no justice at home or in the international scene. 66 more words


Lady Justice

It is a familiar symbol: Lady Justice.  Lady Justice (Latin: Iustitia, the Roman goddess of Justice, equivalent to the Greek goddesses Themis and Dike) is an personification of the moral force in judicial systems.   455 more words

Historical Stuff

Cheeky Lady Justice

There’s something unusual about the Statue of Justice at Dublin Castle, as this little ditty explains:

“The Statue of Justice,
mark well her station,
her face to the castle and…

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