We're a bunch of gals posting on all things legal. Occasionally we do allow a guy or two into the mix--if they've got something good to say (LOL). We're on a mission to make accessing legal information, explanation and help, well, accessible. We do try to stay on point by talking about all sorts of personal injury issues, class actions and lawsuits, but we also let it rip with a few admissible rants from time to time. Stop by, join the conversation and check out our Week Adjourned, Pleading Ignorance and Lex Levity columns--no Barron's legal dictionary required. See you at the bar!
This blog is dedicated to the fact that we believe, in our hearts, that this is a conservative nation. When conservatives express ourselves correctly, when we lay out our beliefs with clarity, when we act in a manner consistent with our convictions - we are in the majority. We are simply two concerned citizens, alert, aware, and concerned....more
This weekly blog follows one American 29 year old girl married to a British man and living in London as they work toward buying their first home in preparation for their first child. This blog covers relevant topics such as the recession in the US and UK, unemployment, student debt, the property market, and personal finance....more
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In the final decades of the former Soviet
Union, a vibrant underground literature emerged as dissident writers
circulated their own work and gradually reached larger audiences. They
called it self-publishing, or Samizdat, and it made a major
contribution to the eventual downfall of the Soviet Union.