William Hoge: Team Kimberlin’s Worst Nightmare

We dispense with oral argument because the facts and legal conditions are adequately presented in the materials before this court and argument would not aid the decisional process. US court of Appeals For the 4th District handing Bret Kimberlin another defeat yesterday. I swung over to Hogewash today and along with the news of the … Continue reading William Hoge: Team Kimberlin’s Worst Nightmare

Can someone loan this guy Miracle on 34th Street?

Judge: Tommy, you know the difference between telling the truth and telling a lie, don't you? Thomas Mara Jr.: Gosh, everybody knows you shouldn't tell a lie, especially in court," Miracle on 34th Street 1947 Simple question if you had just filed a motion before a court would you want the judge to see you … Continue reading Can someone loan this guy Miracle on 34th Street?

Ali vs Bill Schmalfeldt I really like this

One of the first principles of free speech is two sides express what they what they think and they compete in the arena of ideas. Ali Akbar has a regular show on Blog talk Radio, he invited Bill Schmalfeldt to come on and go head to head. There is absolutely no question what side I'm … Continue reading Ali vs Bill Schmalfeldt I really like this

Sontarans Schmalfeldt and Honor

Tom Hagen: He never asks a second favor when he has been refused the first. The Godfather 1972 Spock: It was far easier for you as civilized man to act as barbarians, than for them as barbarians to act like civilized men. Star Trek Mirror,Mirror 1967 Col Mace: My God, they're like trolls. 10th Doctor: … Continue reading Sontarans Schmalfeldt and Honor

Immediately Recognized as Newsworthy: Advantage Hoge

I haven't written much on the Kimberlin wars lately but there are two posts up that are worthy of note. Stacy has a very long and detailed post concerning Bill Schmelfeidt while it speaks for itself in Stacy's classic style there is one part that I find significant: The advice my editors gave me long … Continue reading Immediately Recognized as Newsworthy: Advantage Hoge

When Did the Professional Left Sell their Souls?

Sonny: Where're you going? Michael: To the City. Sonny: Yeah? Well, send somebody with him. Michael: No, I'm just gonna go see Pop. Sonny: I don't care, send some bodyguards with him. Clemenza: He'll be all right. Sollozzo knows he's a civilian. The Godfather 1972 Well it looks like last week a rather bright line … Continue reading When Did the Professional Left Sell their Souls?

Kimberlin & Company Dreaming of a new Molly Norris

Hawkeye:  I’ve known Chingachgook since we both were young. I knew Uncas’ mother. I’ve known Uncas since he was born. Major Heyward. I don’t know you. If we have to fight back to back, it’s possible that you might run. I don’t think you will, but you might. I’ve fought back to back with these … Continue reading Kimberlin & Company Dreaming of a new Molly Norris

Did you forget Occupy Unmasked? The left hasn’t

Last night I discovered the Movie Occupy Unmasked was available via streaming on Netflix. While the film was no revelation for people who have paid attention, to the average person whose only source of news comes from Bill Maher or Comedy Central or the MSM it would be the equivalent of putting on the glasses … Continue reading Did you forget Occupy Unmasked? The left hasn’t

The Schmalfeldt Delusion

The 4th  Doctor : "You know the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. They don't alter their views to fit the facts. They alter the facts to fit the views. Which can be uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering." Doctor Who:  The Face … Continue reading The Schmalfeldt Delusion

The Math of Bill Schmalfeldt

Doyle Lonnegan: You see that fella in the red sweather over there? His name’s Donnie McCoy. Works a few of the protection rackets for Cunnaro when he’s waiting for something better to happen. Donnie and I have known each other since we were six. Take a good look at that face, Floyd. Because if he … Continue reading The Math of Bill Schmalfeldt

Stacy McCain Closes the Trap

He (Joe Morgan) said once you picked up one thing you'd start looking for the others, and you'd see them too. I used to play cards with a guy like that. He'd read your eyes and know what you had. Drive you crazy Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract pp349 1985 on Joe Morgan and pitch-outs. … Continue reading Stacy McCain Closes the Trap