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What’s Wrong with a Special Interest Campaign?

The New York Times recently published an article about claims of wage theft. The article concluded with two quotes from employer representatives: “This is a classic special interest campaign by the labor unions.” “These are opportunist, opportunistic lawsuits.” To which I say,“So what?” So what if these individuals are protesting and forming special interest campaigns? […]

Courts are for poor people.

State courthouses are full of poor people and some middle class people out of their element.  I’ll never forget that was my overwhelming impression the first time I entered one.  It has been reconfirmed in every state courthouse I’ve ever been in since.  Federal courthouses are generally more luxurious, with a higher class of clientele.