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Doghouses, Tents, Etc...for homeless encampments create a sweeping uproar in Los Angeles and nationwide— Bay Realty Partners

August 12, 2015 by Marc Afzal

A citywide movement in Los Angeles to build tiny houses on wheels for the homeless rolled into San Pedro this month, sparking an uproar among critics who charge that the doghouse-like wooden structures are not only eyesores but will quickly become a haven for crime. 40 more words



Those two words began the turmoil of American politics for the next 8 years and accelerated America’s descent into political chaos the likes of which the country hasn’t seen for over 100 years.   1,514 more words

Apple, tech corporations, support Microsoft fight against gag order on federal snooping

❝ Microsoft has received the backing of Apple and other major technology, media and pharmaceutical companies in its legal fight to dislodge laws preventing it from informing customers of government requests for user data.

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Me, Colin, and the Constitution

Colin Kaepernick and I have never met, although we have some things in common.  He is an NFL quarterback  and I am an NFL unsigned free agent.  698 more words


A Study of the Constitution - Part 15

As promised, today we’ll tackle the 14th Amendment. It’s a doozy, folks, at least by the standards of the earlier Amendments.

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.

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ABA Involvement

I am thrilled to be taking on two leadership roles within the American Bar Association for the 2016-2017 bar year: Chair of the Young Lawyers Division Public Education Committee and Leader of the Young Lawyers Division Law Day Team. 111 more words


Reason 98- Civics?


I have been teaching high school civics and history this summer and find it very amusing and scary, that my students have a better grasp on their civic responsibility and the US Constitution than Donald Trump. 182 more words