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TORT REFORM AND THE HEGELIAN DIALECTIC

The Rebel Madman

Thoughts and Comments of a Rebel nature maddening to the status quo.

CHAPTER ONE

The synthetic solution to these conflicts can’t be introduced unless those being manipulated take a side which will advance the predetermined agenda.”  1,342 more words

Government

Collette's Law has finally been introduced on the Assembly Floor!

I’ll be honest, I kind of thought it wasn’t going to get this far. There has been so much stone walling  in so many directions over the last couple years, I  was about to give up. 14 more words

Who Can I Sue Today???

It all started back in 1992.  Well, in truth it probably started long before that, but it first came onto my radar in 1992 when 79-year-old Stella Liebeck bought a cup of coffee at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  800 more words

Social Commentary

Sandbox Lesson: Sharing Toys ... by Alice ..

Dear Ones,

Some thoughts on what happens if we don’t learn to share our toys in childhood … Some information on the Awakening, and the temptation toward the following as the telepathy becomes a worldwide phenomenon; 152 more words

Social Issues - Human Affairs - Social Planning

Ripple Effect

The Barrish vs CrossFit/Sky’s Limit Fitness case is closed, and hopefully for us the worst parts are over: the waiting and financial stress. The bomb was dropped on my husband nearly 3 and a half years ago, and the sinking feeling of betrayal hit immediately,  and never really let up, even as court date after court date was postponed, probably half a dozen times over two years. 979 more words

Family

Likely Upcoming Legal Reforms as a Result of 'Disclosure'... by Alice ..

  • The Hidden Cost of Frivolous Lawsuits Against Family, Friends and Co-Workers
  • The Process of ‘Disclosure’ at the Grassroots Level
  • Murder and the Law
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Social Issues - Human Affairs - Social Planning

Sorry Starbucks Lovers Who Don't Get Volume Displacement, You Can't Sue For 'Too Much Ice'

Lately, people with nothing better to do have decided to fill their time with frivolous lawsuits. One such example involves a woman in Illinois who… 345 more words

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