Stepping down from his perch as the New York Times’ Gotham columnist, Michael Powell once remarked that “writing a column is terrifically destructive of certainty.” I am certain I know how he feels.
Do you Wiffle? I sure do and I’m not the only one. Let me turn this column over for a moment to Erin Montague, chairman of our annual Wiffle Ball event.
Emotions make bad law. There’s a sound reason why surgeons do not operate on their family or lawyers represent themselves in court. Personal emotions will override good judgment.
Four decades after the Supreme Court affirmed the right to privacy by individuals in matters of contraception in Griswold v. Connecticut, reproductive rights are under attack by the same Supreme Court.