The recession has been a mixed blessing for me. On the one hand, I’ve had almost no work. And on the other hand, I’ve had almost no work. You see, while I miss the income, it’s been an incredible relief to have some time. My family keeps me plenty busy, and I was just running out of steam when the recession hit. Since my clients’ work vanished, mine did too, and I breathed something between a mere sigh and a sigh of relief last year.
Things are starting to perk up a little, though, and for economic reasons, I need to jump on the legal work that’s coming my way. I’d still prefer to blog, not work, but there are bills to pay, and I need to keep my legal mind in fighting trim.
I’ll get back to the blog later today (God willing). Also, tonight I’m going to a StandWithUs.org symposium about the new antisemitism, and I may have stuff to report about that tomorrow.
Until then, please enjoy yourself here. Suggested topics:
- Byrd’s death (may he RIP, and I hope for his sake that God’s not black);
- Obama’s leveler attempts at the G20 (God forbid America should recover unless all the other places recover equally);
- the Supreme Court’s wonderful gun rights decision (made possible by only one vote); and
- the Kagan hearings (speaking of that “made possible by only one vote”).