In my new office’s waiting room is a framed poster. It says The Labor Movement…The Folks That Brought You …Child Labor Laws….Health Benefits…Workers’ Comp….Equal Pay for Equal Work….The Weekend….(etc.). The poster also contains a quote: Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. (Frederick Douglass.) I love that poster. What’s […]
Soapbox: Definition——–The term is used to describe a person engaging in often flamboyant impromptu or unofficial public speaking, as in the phrases He’s on his soapbox, or Get off your soapbox. OK so here I am back on my soapbox. As you may know, my political pet peeve is the ability of the wealthiest, richest […]
So I don’t usually talk about politics or give my opinion in this blog about non-legal issues not concerning my law practice. However, I am so concerned about something going on in this country, a country I love dearly, that I feel compelled to comment. When this country was founded, democracy was established by the […]
My letter to the Editor of Newsday was published today. A “Letter to the Editor” of Newsday that I wrote, appears on page A28 of that newspaper today. It’s about how outrageous it is that Chase Bank cut thousands and thousands of workers’ jobs even though their profits are up 34%.
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