Monthly Archives: July 2012

Is The System Really That Broken?

Is The System Really That Broken? Observations on Public Distrust and Potential Solutions  By Ken K. Gourdin, CP I.          Introduction – If commentary which often appears in response to media coverage of police, prosecutors, judges, and juries (along with that … Continue reading

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Tribune criticism of Judge Benson is unfair

Tribune criticism of Judge Benson is unfair By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note:   This op-ed was submitted to (but not published by) The Salt Lake Tribune in response to the editorial “A sad day: Benson ruling unconscionable,” which appeared in … Continue reading

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An Ode to Petty Political Squabbling

Happy Independence Day (And an Ode to Petty Political Squabbling) By Ken K. Gourdin  I am a lawyer by training, if not by profession (I have a law degree, but am not licensed). Something students learn quickly in law school … Continue reading

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Obamacare Decision Questionable

U.S. Supreme Court’s healthcare decision is questionable By Ken K. Gourdin The Supreme Court’s decision upholding the key provision of the Affordable Care Act, AKA “Obamacare,” appears to be both a high water mark for government intrusion and a low … Continue reading

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