Monthly Archives: November 2005

It is our flag

I received an e-mail today from a great friend and client. We went to battle together years ago-fighting a ladder company that built a defective ladder that broke and shattered his back. But that is not what this story is … Continue reading

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John Lennon’s Lessons

Music is magic on tape and so it goes. When Yoko Ono and John formed their bond, another ingredient was introduced into the recipe. What are the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle that are formed to give us the beauty … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2005

Cindy was over at VEAP foodshelf yesterday to make a donation. The place was full of people young and old that need help. There are many people and children in our own community that are hungry. This Thanksgiving we are … Continue reading

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Still a Chance for Justice?

What do you think about judges being able to identify with a political party, raise funds and campaign on social issues? Do we want to turn our judicial selection process into a popularity contest? Should judges be just like representatives, … Continue reading

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Janis Anderson and June Hawkinson Pass Away

During the last two weeks two wonderful women passed away that belonged to families that loved them very much. Janis Anderson was the mother of my friend Brad Anderson and June Hawkinson was the mother of my friend Dave Hawkinson. … Continue reading

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A World Worth Preserving With All Our Soul

I just got back from another journey to my friend Bill Dunkley’s near Pequot Lakes, Minnesota. The purpose for the trip is an annual get together for the Minnesota Deer Hunting Opener. Bill has established a tradition of fun, hunting … Continue reading

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Just Another Justice for the People?

At a post meeting meeting tonight, I posited the question to my friend and colleague, Jim Miller as follows: “When will we see a nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States that is a graduate of Hamline Law … Continue reading

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