Blog posts : "professionals"

Travesty of Justice #1

Travesty, grotesque...  There must be better words for what happened today but they escape me.  Yes, I'm still on the HSPCA v. Joe case because it exemplifies so much of what is wrong with our legal system, our society.

Let's start with the change of judges.  Instead of J.P. Gorczynski, Joe had to…

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Monday and more on Poverty

"Poverty jumped sharply to 13.2 percent, an 11-year high."  And the article says: "Household income declined across all groups, but at sharper percentage levels for middle-income and poor Americans."  Since I've been seeing whining from professionals and others who are dismissive of the plight of th…

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Sun Morn: Poverty on My Mind

Whenever I hear professionals talking about how reasonable their fees are, I wonder if they really know how much their clients' incomes are, how many Americans really live in rather abject poverty.  I doubt it.  As I write, there is a home sales program playing in the background on my TV, advertisin…

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Seeking Competent Texas Attorneys

I'm looking for competent Texas Attorneys.  I used to be a Texas Attorney so, if having someone who knows the rules looking over your shoulder and expecting you to abide by them makes you nervous, do not contact me.  However, if you are competent and willing to sue professionals, including (but not …

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Taking Advice

Well, someone told me today to find another place to blog so here I am taking that advice.  I am sick to death of the incredibly low standards for professionals and the lack of anything vaguely resembling administrative justice, let alone access to real justice for the majority of those subjected to…

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