Wed.Jul 10, 2019

The Dying Newsroom, et al. - So?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In this fast-paced digital global economy industries die. That's just the way it is.    At the top of the list is the newspaper business. Yesterday the Pew Research Center reported a 25% decline in employment in newsrooms between 2008 and 2018.

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Jeffrey Epstein - When the Money Is All Gone

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Those of a certain age will recall that skit from the popular television show "Jack Benny." " A robber enters the rich guy's drawing room. He yells, "Your money or your life." " Benny hesitates - a classic in comedy. Yes, money matters a lot to those who have it.

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White House - The Pat Cipollone Hiring Spree

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Law.com presents a laundry list of lawyers from BigLaw and law schools who have taken positions in the White House. They were invited in by Don McGahan's successor as head White House lawyer: Patrick Cipollone. 

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Harvard: Power & Punishment

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Where there is power there is bound to be abuse of that power. Harvard, of course, is one of the oldest sources of power in America. The Puritans established it in 1636. 

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AOC's Edge (Just like Joe Kennedy's) - Nothing to Lose

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As Hillary Clinton was becoming irrelevant, the conservative Drudge Report began targeting Nancy Pelosi. Matt Drudge seems to have a special antipathy for liberal female leaders. More and more often, the curators at Drudge picked up on news items which described Pelosi as slurring her words and having brain freezes. Now, after the blow up between Pelosi and AOC, et al., Drudge will have lots more to attack Pelosi about. Overall, the Drudge message will be: The Iron Lady Is Melting Down.

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Prism/Daily Kos - REMOTE - 40-Cents Per Word for Articles (help-wanted)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Details. careers

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Friendship 0, Legalities Open to Review - Michelle Carter's Lawyer Appealing Conviction to U.S. Supreme Court

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Friends don't encourage friends to commit suicide, right.    Maybe that issue isn't so clear-cut, at least in terms of criminal law and sentencing guidelines. Joseph Cataldo, lawyer for Michelle Carter, is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to review his client's conviction for involuntary manslaughter. In Massachusetts, the state Supreme Court has already upheld that conviction.

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