Category Archives: Uppity People

In Her Own Words, If Not A “Room of One’s Own” — HC on Juggling Private vs. Public Email

 

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Corporate Personhood, Qui Tam & Obama (Un)Wittingly Shores Up Snowden

Qui Tam reminds me of Tae Kwan Do. The name is Latin, not Korean, and it’s pronounced Kwee Tahm, not to be confused with quinoa (kinwah), which is from an indigenous South American language.  So practice your K’s and know … Continue reading

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Fair Hiring, At Last? Civil Rights Enforcer Mayor Bill de Blasio

A hundred-million-dollar settlement is not too much, but it sure is too late. . . .Who would think the most diverse city in the world is so closed-minded it needs court mediators to monitor the NYPD and FDNY? And if you know anything about resistance to civil rights law, getting a judge to appoint a mediator is half the battle. The moment the court Continue reading Continue reading

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