Even in the United States, judicial courts can be corrupt, make mistakes, or abuse their power. In the legal proceedings that stripped me of my law license, at least one of those problems contributed to the extreme injustice of the outcome.
Hundreds of my ideas shared; trying to write about a major issue
Over the past month, I have shared hundreds of my ideas ranging from physics to climate change to computing to business to law to labor to domestic violence to social reform to photography. The ideas I shared were only the ideas that I already had written in a format that was easy to convert to . . .
This page is an early attempt by me to describe my dealings with the ARDC. It covers less than two years of the ordeal and only highlights some of the illegal actions of Wendy Muchman and others at the ARDC.
Despite having thought about this for over two years, I only just realized that I have been foolishly trying to protect the privacy of other people, but their privacy has already been violated. I have tried to protect something that did not exist. The ARDC invaded my privacy, in the extreme. When the government invaded . . .