Author: Paul Campos

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Early on in the Donald Trump administration, the president vested many of his nearest and dearest with tasks they were woefully unprepared for—and Apprentice superstar Omarosa Manigault-Newman was no exception. Long before she was his chief antagonist, Manigault-Newman was tapped by President Trump to handle veterans’ issues for the White House—causing immediate backlash from vets organizations who read this […]

Law school stuff

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On August 16, 2018

(1) Arizona Summit is biting the dust, which means that two of the three Infilaw scam outfits have now joined the choir invisible of ex-law schools.  That brings the total number of ABA-accredited sc

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A Stanford man

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On August 15, 2018
OK this is just beyond pathetic. https://twitter.com/wcingersoll/status/1028972940287721472 You went to a less distinguished college than I did. You weren’t a Stanford U scholar as I was. What makes you more “informed” than I am? — Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) August 13, 2018 This has got to be performance art, in the manner of an intentionally cringe-inducing […]
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The lost decade

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On August 8, 2018
Somebody asked me yesterday if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would be eligible for president in 2024, so I had to look up her birthday.  (Side point: I find it slightly annoying that she has to hyphenate her name rather than following the Puerto Rican custom of having a patronymic and a matronymic with no hyphen.  After the […]
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