It’s time to empower regular everyday people with some superhuman disability etiquette.

People with disabilities are human, maybe a little more human than some of us. Acknowledge them. Talk directly to them, not the aide or whoever is with them. Ask if they want help. They may not want you to touch them or their devices. Continue reading It’s time to empower regular everyday people with some superhuman disability etiquette.

Durham’s case on Michael Sussmann may not succeed.  

Prosecutors are relying on James Baker’s memory of the conversations and that presents huge problems that make it unlikely that there will ever be a conviction. The case is still however being investigated and will likely go to trial in May or June. Many never thought that the Clinton family would let Michael Sussmann go down like that anyway. People can develop false memories. A look at Ronald Cotton’s Case shows that memories can be false. The truth is that a prosecutor can convict a ham sandwich if they want to, but the question is “does the prosecutor want to”? … Continue reading Durham’s case on Michael Sussmann may not succeed.