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Do You Ever Experience Fear?

Saturday, August 31st, 2013
Fear ItselfThe first auto accident injury case that I tried in front of a jury was in 1985, two years after I opened my law practice.  Prior to the beginning of jury selection, the insurance defense attorney and I sat down in the judge’s office to discuss the case.  When the judge asked us if there was any way we could settle the case, the defense attorney explained that we had attempted to negotiate… Read More

You Call This A Dynasty?

Saturday, August 24th, 2013
Duck DynastyI finally did it.  I sat down at my computer and watched an episode of Duck Dynasty.  I couldn’t take it anymore.  I gave in to my curiosity.  For the past year there have been several occasions when I’ve read or heard about the show.  I knew I was going to eventually see what it was all about, but when I saw two recent headlines, I couldn’t put it off any longer. The… Read More

New Rules for Digital Dating

Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Teen TextingAs I mentioned last week, during the time I was growing up in the 1960s and ’70s, we had limited access to telephones.  Most of the communication that occurred between couples who were dating was in person.  Parents were able to exercise a reasonable level of control over the amount of time their teenagers spent on dates by limiting the use of the family vehicle and by imposing curfews.… Read More

The New Rules of Dating

Saturday, August 10th, 2013
Dating - Facebook Wall Last week I told you about my dad’s three primary rules that his children were required to follow when it came to dating:  (1) no dating until the second semester of junior year in high school, (2) no going steady while in high school, and (3) no dating anyone who is no longer in high school.  I mentioned that he believed that going steady was too much of a commitment… Read More

The Age of Mercy

Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Pope - ConfessionYou may have seen the media frenzy surrounding Pope Francis’s recent answer to a reporter’s question about homosexuality, when the pope said, “Who am I to judge?”  While the worldwide media focused on this one particular response, they ignored the overall theme of the pope’s answers to questions that were thrown at him by reporters for over an hour. The exchange between… Read More