Zephyr Rain Teachout 1971 age 47 She is an American attorney, author, and Associate Professor of Law at Fordham University. She was a candidate for Attorney General of New York in the 2018 election and her candidacy was endorsed by The New York Times. Spouse: Nick Juliusburger (m. 2016) Education: Yale University, Hanover High School, Duke […]
Everything to know about ‘The Bachelorette’ fan favorite contestant John Paul Jones, who will soon be heading to ‘Paradise,’ his family, job, and education.
Elementary, Middle and High School Educators Honored at 13th Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Excellence Awards Gala BATON ROUGE, La.- The Louisiana Department of Education tonight announced the 2020 Louisiana Teacher and Principal of the Year at the 13th Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Awards Gala. Christopher Mark Dier, of Chalmette High School in St. […]
The following article was written by Parker Bena, the grandson of Joan Bennett, and son of Melinda Markey. Parker has kindly asked me to publish his reminisces of his grandma on my blog. This post was submitted as part of The Joan Bennett Blogathon, hosted by me. Joan Bennett (aka “Doanie”) had 13 grandchildren. They […]
He works incredibly hard, leaps into any situation he likes the sound of, has played in the bands of Dave Douglas and Paul Motian, and is making a rare visit to the UK for a few gigs and a masterclass. Brad Shepik talks, across the Atlantic, to John Fordham: You might conclude that Brad Shepik […]
“For those of us who enjoyed the rare privilege of clerking for Justice John Paul Stevens … there was only one Boss. And it was not Bruce Springsteen.” WASHINGTON – So begins “Justice John Paul Stevens leaves behind a rich legacy that we cannot forget,” the op-ed I published last week in the Washington Post. […]
**WARNING!** THIS VIDEO CONTAINS SWEARING AND EXCESSIVE COMEDY I’ll be honest, I had to google exactly what constituted a viral video before beginning this post. Multiple different numbers constituted how many views or likes that a certain video had to attain, but none set a metric until I found a post by Steve Higgins. I […]
The threat of military action between United Kingdom and Iran over the seizure of oil tankers is provoking debate about a common shipping practice. Many vessels are owned by companies in one country but registered in another. One example is the Iranian tanker Grace 1, which was detained by Britain’s Royal Marines earlier this month. […]
This is the second part of a two-part-long write-up. The second part, titled ‘An Attorney’s Right of Lien – An Ethical and Legal Conundrum‘ can be found here. In the previous post (Part I: An Attorney’s Right of Lien – An Ethical and Legal conundrum), we discussed the introductory part to this article, the ethical […]
Seizures of oil tankers and other hostile Iranian measures in the Strait of Hormuz are already raising insurance rates for shipping companies and could eventually reduce tanker traffic in the vital waterway, with a spike in global oil prices a serious risk even without war.