"His rulings and decisions have had a disproportionate impact on African Americans and other low-income people," says Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D-Cleveland), who went so far as to protest the certification of Ohio's vote in 2004.
I attended University of Cincinnati and Xavier several years after fat head Ken, so I knew from personal accounts and my own coverage of him how he just changes his stripes on any given day to get ahead; I'm glad Attorney Jones and I have found some common ground.
So with that matter under control, I'm now going to the ACLU regarding the misguided NH AG Kelly Ayotte's attempts to try to nail me for unauthorized practice of law, when everything I did as NH NAACP legal chair is protected by NAACP v. Button, 371 U.S. 415 (1963). NH Indy Media folks were glad to see me whip the related criminal case for Attempted Felony Extortion, you bet. Honestly, as I just whupped her ass on critical evidentiary matters backing her "case" against me, she needs to pay more attention to this Death Penalty case she's pursuing against an accused cop killer, you bet again, wonk.