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An explanation, but maybe a weak one

Yesterday I posted about the Ninth Circuit oral argument in the Baca habeas case. I introduced the post this way: “I am blessed to serve in a federal court with federal prosecutors who are by and large both smart and honest. 809 more words

We All Got Bruises

American rock band, The Train, has this country-rock song called “Bruises” that I like to listen to. The chorus starts with, “These bruises, make for better conversation…” 294 more words

Grief And Loss

The End of Trust (and how organisations can rebuild it)

We’ve seen an alarming evaporation of trust across all institutions, reaching the lows of the recession in 2009. Trust in government, business, media and non-profits is below 50% in two-thirds of countries, including the U.S, U.K, Germany and Japan.  934 more words

Open Business

I'm  a story in mourning. And you're the author. So pour out your masterpiece.

I’m moving through the stages. First denial, then the sharp pain. I think I’m nearing numbness now.

I welcome it, actually.

I’d very much like to get back to a sense of normalcy, but for now, numbness will do.


The Double Dip: Committed and Going Primal

I’m on day 14 of the Primal Blueprint Transformation Challenge and have learned a lot about the primal lifestyle and about how it feels to truthfully document a commitment. 545 more words


When Nutrition Writers Don't Disclose Conflicts of Interest

Yesterday, I came across an intriguing article in the Star Tribune, one of the major newspapers in the Twin Cities. “How well do you know wheat? 438 more words