Monthly Archives: May 2014

Below the Law


Two Syracuse lawyers honored for donating free legal help for poor people By John O’Brien | jobrien@syracuse.com SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Two Syracuse lawyers were among 18 honored this week by the state bar association for providing free legal assistance to … Continue reading

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And the Creditor is . . .


From this morning’s Post-Standard: These judgments of $5,000 or more have been filed and docketed at the Onondaga County clerk’s office. Debtors are listed first, then creditors and the award: April 28 Andrus, Tiffany A., 113 Oak Drive, North Syracuse, … Continue reading

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Sex, Cops and the University


In response to Professor David Rubin’s guest column, “Police, not colleges, should investigate sex assaults on campus,” today on Syracuse.com [http://www.syracuse.com/opinion/index.ssf/2014/05/sexual_assaults_on_college_campuses.html]. Dear Professor Rubin, I appreciate your column and largely agree with it, however, I think that turning the problem … Continue reading

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A Beginning


Spring comes quickly. Little green leaflets have covered the chancellor’s ugly orange flag. The weather for Syracuse University’s commencement tomorrow will be perfect: not too hot, sunny, no rain, light breeze. I have a bad cold, which the homeopath says … Continue reading

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This Blank Spot . . .


. . . Soon to be filled with an update on homeopathy.

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Forward, March


On Thursday, April 24, in the morning the new homeopaths came to see me, as reported in “500 and Climbing” (https://annecwoodlen.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/500-and-climbing/ ) In the afternoon, I went to the doctor for acupuncture, including the needle in the chest that is … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading


I recommend http://pamelaspirowagner.com/ Pam is an intelligent, articulate woman whose blog is well worth reading. As she says “Dum spiro spero: While I breathe, I hope.” Let’s support her as she speaks the truth and works for justice.

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