Camelot We Are Not
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — February 14, 2021 — Joe Biden’s inauguration fell on the 60th Anniversary of perhaps the most famous presidential inauguration, that of John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961.  With political and cultural divisions roiling the nation, one can be forgiven for nostalgically looking back at the former event.  Kennedy’s inauguration took place during a lost era of …

eHeziCamelot We Are Not
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

Indian Removal Act
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — July 17, 2020 — As Northeast Ohio baseball fans anticipate the start of a truncated season of Cleveland Indians baseball, they are suddenly faced with the possible end of their beloved ballclub as they know it.  On July 3rd, the Indians released a statement explaining how the team was “committed to engaging our community and appropriate stakeholders …

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By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

Court Jester
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — June 29, 2020 —With America once again mired in turmoil, we all needed a good laugh.  Justice Neil Gorsuch delivered it.  On June 15th, exactly 805 years after the Magna Carta circumscribed the absolute power of King John, the United States Supreme Court once again reasserted its absolute power over us.  Gorsuch and five of his colleagues …

TribuneCourt Jester
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

Say It Ain’t So, Roe
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — June 4, 2020 — Both sides of the abortion debate were stunned recently when a new documentary on the life of Norma McCorvey claimed to reveal that the late pro-life activist’s renunciation of her prior work in favor of legalized abortion was disingenuous.  McCorvey, the pseudonymous plaintiff “Jane Roe” in Roe v. Wade,  spent the final decades …

TribuneSay It Ain’t So, Roe
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

Benjamin Israeli
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — April 11, 2029 — Last summer, Boris Johnson won an intra-party election to become the British prime minister charged with finally leading his nation through its secession from the European Union, a task that ended the premiership of his predecessor.  Johnson became the third person to lead the Mother of Parliaments in as many years.  A few days before …

TribuneBenjamin Israeli
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.