Monthly Archives: March 2013

Easter Thoughts

On the Crucifixion and the Resurrection: A Dawn of Hope Will Follow Every Night of Despair as We Put Our Trust in Christ  By Ken K. Gourdin Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin of the Quorum of The Twelve Apostles of the … Continue reading

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The Trial of Jodi Arias

Arizona v. Arias: Members of the Defense Team Have Their Work Cut Out for Them  By Ken K. Gourdin Since seemingly everyone else who has a “blawg”—a blog dealing with legal issues—has posted on the case of the State of … Continue reading

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Ethan Stacy

In Memoriam: Ethan Stacy By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note: I posted the following at SLTrib.com in response to a story regarding the opening of trial for Nathan Sloop, stepfather to four-year-old Ethan Stacy, who, along with his wife, stands … Continue reading

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The Ethics of Zealous Defense

The Ethics of Zealous Defense: A Few Thoughts of an Aspiring Prosecutor Regarding the Proper Role of His Esteemed Would-Be Colleague-Opponents at the Defense Bar  By Ken K. Gourdin  Author’s Note:  The following was posted today at Mormon Dialogue and … Continue reading

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Government Can’t Save Us From Ourselves

Government Can Only Do So Much to Protect Us From Ourselves By Ken K. Gourdin I agree with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the city’s Department of Health.  We would all be better off if we were to … Continue reading

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LDS and Immigration

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Compassion, Immigration, and Law and Order By Ken K. Gourdin  Author’s Note:  Another contributor to the Mormon Dialogue and Discussion Board expressed angst over the position of the Church of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Sequester a Useful Disaster

The “Usefully Disastrous” Sequester  By Ken K. Gourdin A misconception apparently has arisen about the package of government spending cuts known as sequestration, or, the sequester.  It is perceived as some hallowed being, conceived by some sort of Immaculate Conception.  Thus, … Continue reading

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