Archive for the 'Jewish lawyers' Category

8 July, 2014

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, jewed law, Jewish lawyers, law, lawsuits, personal-injury lawyers, Socrates at 2:32 pm | Permanent Link

A sports fan has filed a $10-million-dollar lawsuit against TV sportscasters who, he says, defamed him during a televised baseball game when he fell asleep in his seat. The sportscasters allegedly ridiculed the fan on the air. Embarrassing, probably, but is that worth $10 million dollars? Here’s the nugget of this post: Why are there […]

25 May, 2010

Posted by Socrates in General Decline, jewed law, Jewish lawyers, law, lawyers and judges, Socrates, tv at 5:07 pm | Permanent Link

Seen: lots of lawyer commercials on the TV (i.e., the ads were for personal-injury lawyers). Did you know that, up until 1977, lawyers weren’t allowed to advertise? [1]. America was a saner country back then. More trivia: you can learn from the book “Jews and Money: The Myths and the Reality” that personal-injury law was […]