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Monthly Archives: November 2010

PROPOSITION 19: The Vote May Be Over For Now… But The Conversations Have Just Begun

By now, we all know that Proposition 19 – the California proposition to legalize marijuana – was narrowly defeated on Election Day.   With such a small margin of defeat (with 54% of California voters voting no and 46% voting yes) it’s clear that although the proposition ultimately will not go into effect, the proposition was […]

Judicial Politics

I originally wrote this article on September 15th, which is Primary Day.  This important date causes me to ponder the peculiar role that politics plays on the judiciary. In the interests of complete disclosure, I will first admit a potential source of bias in that I currently serve as the First Vice-Chair of the Nassau […]

The Erosion of Privacy: When the Lines of Privacy Are Blurred, It’s All-Too-Common to Cross the Line

Back in 1968, Andy Warhol suggested that “In the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes.”  Today, his prophesy would seem to be coming true.  But fame and privacy are inversely correlated: the more of one, the less of the other. From social networking to reality TV, we’re a society where almost everybody […]


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