Tag Archives: GilmanAndGross

The Prop 8 battle is not quite done yet. I’m looking at you San Diego.

By: Gross on Friday the San Diego county clerk, Ernest Dronenburg, filed a petition to the California Supreme Court.  Dronenburg is currently abiding by the directive of state officials and issuing licenses to same-sex couples.  He is, however, asking the … Continue reading

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History Day: “Corporate America”, it’s a little more accurate than you know.

By: Gross You hear it all the time, “Corporate America is…”. Typically, the phrase “Corporate America” elicits a visceral response, it draws up imagery of fat cats scheming on how to turn profits and steal children’s souls. While it is … Continue reading

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CONCURRENCE: The California Executive branch failed to perform their Constitutional duties, denying an opportunity for SCOTUS to rule on the merits

By: Gross This is a section I have been giving some thought to recently, why not see if I can’t make arguments against myself; or hopefully, someone else? I think that it is quite clear that the Executive Branch of … Continue reading

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The California Executive branch failed to perform their Constitutional duties, denying an opportunity for SCOTUS to rule on the merits

By: Gross I am quite thrilled about the DOMA decision on June 26,2013. To a lesser extent, I am also please with the decision in Prop 8. With that said, I am a bit let down with the Prop 8 … Continue reading

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History Day: Miranda and his ironic death

By: Gross This is our very first post, and I thought a good way to start would be with something fun. So today, we will discuss the ironic death of the man who gave birth to the well known words … Continue reading

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