Monthly Archives: October 2009

Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice

Veritas Publishing I N T R O D U C E S Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice The book addresses a serious problem, the need for court reform and the abolishment of judicial and quasi-judicial immunity. Marinated with the makings of sizzle, the book is filled with the courts’ tricks and traps for the unwary–to alert the readers both why their law cases failed and what must be done to effect court reform.  Each chapter introduces the background of the subject of that chapter and then presents a series of illustrative anecdotes intended to teach the readers by example how to avoid those court tricks and traps people are … Continue reading

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A fare-well of sorts

A fare-well of sorts This blog entry is intended only for the serious reader and student of human history and evolution.  Do not bother to read the rest of this entry if you do not like reading or if you merely seek judicial solutions to the damages caused by your divorce and child-custody issues. Almost three months have gone by since I last posted an entry to dads & things, the blog of the popular website of Fathers for Life. Related to that, I also reduced the frequency of postings to the mailing list of Fathers for Life. To keep up the frequency of the postings and updates, at the … Continue reading

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