When I first started teaching criminal law (decades ago), I spent weeks on the Fourth Amendment and the "zone of privacy."
Life Lesson: Making the ask
Twenty-five years ago, Bob Babbage, who is now Kentucky’s most successful lobbyist, was running for State Auditor and I was his combination of Finance Chair/Campaign Chair/Press Secretary.
Old friends come and go in life's odyssey
I saw an old love the other day, and it just about broke my heart.
Sen. Robert Nichol - My five cents...
Special sessions are an interesting phenomenon: Rather than having multiple policy areas vying for legislators' attention, we are able to concentrate all our energy on a narrow number of topics.
The Morning After
If you're having trouble following all of the twists and turns in the saga relating to the availability of what is commonly referred to as the "morning-after pill," you're not alone.
Have you updated your bucket list?
This is the third time I’ve written about a personal “bucket list” and today I’m suggesting that we review our lists annually.
Eric Holder Cannot Investigate Himself
No one should pretend that dealing with leaks of highly sensitive and classified national security documents is easy.
Light in the darkness
"Beauty draws the human heart and can help ennoble or tear down," Ashley Crouch, an editor at a new magazine called Verily, tells me.
Uncle Ed: Vain as a peacock, cool as a cucumber
He was a bright, witty and dapper man who did his best to look as young as he could for as long as he could.
The President’s next act
How can it be that with Washington simmering in scandals, with Republicans (not to mention talk-show hosts) using the "I" word (impeachment) with abandon, with calls to bring back Ken Starr (of Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky fame), President Obama's job approval rating is holding steady at around 50 percent, thank you very much?
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