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Friday round-up

Briefly: At (subscription or registration required), Tony Mauro reports that “[a] gathering to celebrate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s 86th birthday Friday afternoon won’t be an ordinary event”: “500 of her enthusiastic followers have decided to follow her lead of physical fitness by dropping to the ground and planking in front of the Supreme Court.” At Law.com, David Ogden weighs in on Flowers v. Mississippi, which asks whether a prosecutor’s repeated use of peremptory cha...
Tags: Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, Flowers, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, American Legion, Round-up, U S Supreme Court, Linda Greenhouse, Goldstein Russell, American Humanist Association, Tony Mauro, DAVID OGDEN, Batson


David Ogden Stiers, Major Winchester on ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 75

Mr. Stiers appeared on stage in New York in the 1970s, had roles in four Woody Allen movies, and voiced characters in two dozen Disney animated films.
Tags: New York, News, Woody Allen, DAVID OGDEN, Actors and Actresses, Deaths (Obituaries, Stiers, David Ogden Stiers Major Winchester, M*A*S*H (TV Program


M.A.S.H. Star David Ogden Stiers Has Passed Away At 75

The man who played Major Winchester has passed away.
Tags: Religion, Winchester, DAVID OGDEN


M*A*S*H Actor David Ogden Stiers Dead At 75

Longtime character actor David Ogden Stiers, best known for playing Major Charles Winchester on M*A*S*H, has died after a long battle with bladder cancer. He was 75 years old. The actor's agent confirmed Stiers' death to the media today, relaying that the longtime actor died peacefully at his home in Newport, Oregon. Related: Florida School Shooting Survivors Are Serious About Ending Gun Violence Stiers joined the cast of M*A*S*H in 1977, playing Winchester as an arrogant aristocrat and surgeon...
Tags: Celebs, Winchester, Frank Burns, Newport Oregon, DAVID OGDEN, Joseph Marzullo, Florida School, Stiers, David Ogden Stiers, Charles Winchester


United States: David Ogden Calls For DOJ To Return To A Punishment-Fits-The-Crime Settlement Approach - WilmerHale

The rule of law is vital, Ogden said in a keynote speech during the US Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Symposium.
Tags: United States, Doj, Ogden, DAVID OGDEN


Making my way to DC for U.S. Chamber/NACDL Symposium: "The Enforcement Maze: Over-Criminalizing American Enterprise"

Highlighting the many ironies of modern travel, this morning I got to the airport extra early for a flight to DCA because of all the talk about TSA under-staffing and long security lines. But after breezing through securing in a matter of minutes, I am now stuck in the CMH terminal delayed hours awaiting a working plane to ferry me to our nation's capital to participate in a symposium on overcriminalization. I am bummed about the delay because I was looking forward to hearing the morning panels ...
Tags: Law, United States, Tsa, Dc, Road, DCA, Orrin Hatch, DAVID OGDEN, Douglas A Berman, U S Chamber Institute for Legal Reform ILR




Norman Brown Was Supposed To Die In Prison. Instead He's Pushing Obama To Help Those He Left Behind.

WASHINGTON -- Norman Brown is done with flip phones. Twenty-six years ago, when Brown and his associates were selling crack cocaine in the nation’s capital, a man who they thought worked for a cell phone company traded them cutting-edge devices in exchange for drugs. “We were some of the ones that got the first flip phones. That’s what really intrigued us,” Brown, 48, said in a recent interview. “We thought we were what was happening, we’ve got the new flip phones. Little did we know, we were ...
Tags: Obama, Washington, White House, Barack Obama, Fbi, Usa Today, Huffington Post, Justice Department, Brown, George H W Bush, Deborah Leff, Ryan J. Reilly, DAVID OGDEN, Leff, Families Against Mandatory Minimums, Neil Eggleston


The Decline of Baseball and Why it Matters

Years ago I read the book A Reasonable Life: Toward a Simpler, Secure, More Sane Existence by Ference Matte. In this book, Matte laments the loss of simple pleasures, among them baseball. He compares the joys of a Sunday afternoon pick-up game to the intense, high stakes sport that kids play today. Maybe he has a point, but as the mother of a boy playing intense, high stakes baseball, I can tell you that it is anything but a joyless sport. My son loves the game and everything that goes with it ...
Tags: America, Mlb, Espn, Little League, Major League Baseball, Huffington Post, Fisher, Little League Baseball, University of Nebraska, Mark Fisher, Ference, DAVID OGDEN, Laura Hanby Hudgens, Washington Post Rob Manfred


Where The Ghosts Walk: Photographer Captures Abandoned Town In The Desert Of Namibia

Photo by David Ogden / Caters News These sand-swept images show the ghostly remains of what was once a mineral-rich mining community. In its heyday, the town of Kolmanskop, Namibia (previously), was home to about 700 families. Now all that remains are empty homes filled with sand, while cast-off items such as bathtubs are scattered about the surrounding area. Over time, the sand of the stunning dunes that encircle the town of Kolmanskop has been blown towards the abandoned residences, coating e...
Tags: Travel, Namibia, Kolmanskop, DAVID OGDEN, Kolmanskop Namibia


Whistleblowers win with False Claims Act, but does it actually deter fraud?

RICK KARR: For most of the eighteen years that she spent working for the medical device manufacturer C.R. Bard near Atlanta, Julie Darity says she had unwavering faith in the company’s integrity. Upholding it was part of her job. JULIE DARITY: My entire career had been compliance, and making sure that things were done appropriately, according to the regulations. RICK KARR: You believed in this company, you thought this company was doing the right thing. JULIE DARITY:  Oh, I did. RICK KARR: But h...
Tags: Congress, Atlanta, NewsHour Weekend, United States, Iowa, Chuck Grassley, Medicare, Pentagon, Lincoln, Department Of Justice, Defense Department, Whistleblowers, False Claims Act, Federal Whistleblowers, Bard, Abraham Lincoln