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On Good (Legal) Writing

An excellent article about good writing (albeit legal writing):

Faced with an archaic statute, textualists can consult period dictionaries to figure out what the words meant when they were enacted.

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E-Mailgate: HIllary Never Asked State Department's Permission to Use Private Server. The Lifetime of Lies Continues...

The possibility of Presumptive Democrat Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton facing a Federal Grand Jury Indictment before the 2016 Presidential Election occurs next November is becoming more and more a certain reality. 1,897 more words


If you re-read your work, you can find on re-reading a great deal of repetition can be avoided by re-reading and editing. – William Safire http://ift.tt/1ZMtdMm

William Safire


Here are two quotes from a March 21 story in Business Insider:

“Sherwin-Williams . . . is highly confident in . . . our ability to achieve $280 million of estimated annual… 215 more words

E-mailgate: FBI Offers Staffer Immunity While the Potential President Proceeds With Her Prevarications

As the “Inevitable” Democrat Presidential Candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton, continues her march toward that Political Party’s Nomination, the FBI Investigation into the mishandling of Top Secret E-mails by her and her staff, while she was the Secretary of State, continues to grow. 1,820 more words


Little White Lies, Bald-Faced Lies, and Hillary: "I’m For Huge Campaign-Finance Reform"...Except in the Clinton Foundation

There is a very logical reason that the Main Stream Media, in cooperation with the Democrat Party, is scheduling the Democrat President Primary Candidate Debates late on Weekend Nights: 2,290 more words


Don't Get Hysterical Over Historic or Historical

Driving south on I-5 from Vancouver, B.C., to Seattle recently, our car passed several signs for sites related to Puget Sound history, directing drivers to various historic districts or historical parks and museums. 299 more words