Happy Thanksgiving 2011! I enjoyed the day in Logan with members of my immediate and extended family. We ran a Turkey Trot in the morning, had an amazing Thanksgiving meal in the midday, then just enjoyed each others’ company for the remainder of the day. It was a great holiday!
If you were frantically searching for a Halloween costume this past weekend, you may have been one of the many people who hopped on Google for some ideas. If you happened to be looking for tv show theme guidance, you may have seen Brita and I from two years ago
So you want to get an iPhone? Now that iPhone is available on Sprint, more people than ever have access to one of the most popular smartphones ever sold. However, the cost of a monthly data plan is a significant factor when deciding what phone to get and what carrier
I have been refraining from commenting on the “huge numbers of confused and directionless young people” at Occupy Wall Street up to this point, but this textual highlight reel published in the WSJ today was too good to pass up. The theme of the article was the “remedial course in
This past weekend I broke out my new Williams Sonoma carving tools and carved a pumpkin. The kit came with some designs, so we chose this one with the cat in the moon.
One of the cases treated in my reading for First Amendment today is Wooley v. Maynard, 430 U.S. 705, which held that a New Hampshire law requiring most license plates to bear the state motto “Live Free or Die” was unconstitutional. The opinion stated, “New Hampshire’s statute in effect requires that appellees use their private property as a ‘mobile billboard’ for the State’s ideological message or suffer a penalty,” and this burden was not justified by any sufficiently weighty state interest. Chief Justice Burger emphasized that First Amendment freedom of thought “includes both the right to speak freely and the right to refrain from speaking at all.” Read the rest of this entry >>