Book Review: Changes by Jim Butcher

Changes by Jim Butch­er My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars I do not give out many 5‑star rat­ings, but for this book I could­n’t do any­thing else. That is despite the fact that Jim Butch­er did some­thing I hon­est­ly did­n’t think he would do to his legions of loy­al read­ers, some­thing that I absolute­ly detest. Something […]

Review: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Amer­i­can Gods by Neil Gaiman My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I’m try­ing to remem­ber whether or not I’ve read any of Gaiman’s oth­er nov­els before, and I’m fair­ly cer­tain that I haven’t. I read Good Omens, but that was co-writ­ten with Ter­ry Pratch­ett, and the col­lab­o­ra­tion was genius. Of course, I know that the entire […]

Where do first amendment rights go when you enter a courtroom?

I’m not even talk­ing about the rights of defen­dants or plain­tiffs, but those of peo­ple who are oth­er­wise present in a court­room who aren’t being dis­rup­tive. How much con­trol do judges actu­al­ly need in order to main­tain order in the court­room? At what point are they sim­ply being pet­ty tyrants?

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