As regular readers of this Web log are aware, my appointments sometimes come so thick and fast there simply aren’t enough workday hours between Monday and Friday to hold them. So it was Saturday, when, after five solid ten-hour days, Gretchen booked another eight, despite the fact that it was Memorial Day weekend. Here in… Continue reading Did He Spy for the FBI, or is that Just a Lie?
Another working Saturday for Gretchen and me – booked solid from six in the morning until well into the evening. And on top of that, there was someone who had been calling to ask for an initial consultation since early Thursday morning whom Gretchen simply had not been able to squeeze in. We discussed it… Continue reading Nixon’s Ghost Stalks the West Wing – Trump Thinks It’s the Concierge
The media have been reporting a boat load of horrific stories lately, and with the apprehension of alleged multiple kidnapper, rapist and dungeon keeper Ariel Castro in Cleveland, it all got to be a bit too much for my girlfriend Cerise. “I’m going to the zoo this weekend, Tom,” she announced to me on Thursday,… Continue reading Most Likely Reason for IRS Tea Party 501(c)(4) Imbroglio Identified
I had the increasingly rare opportunity to enjoy a Saturday off from work. Well, at least Gretchen got one – I, on the other hand, received an unscheduled consultation call on my POTS line at home, late in the afternoon. Male Voice: Hello, is this Tom Collins? Tom: Yes, who is this? Male Voice: Tom… Continue reading Ann Romney’s Buck Mormon Goes Off the Rails
My first consultation on Friday after lunch was with Diogenes Pangloss, principle Washington lobbyist for the International Association of Fact Checkers, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Flustered, disheveled and exhausted barely described his condition, as he flopped down on the couch in front of the picture window in my office. “Tom, I don’t mind telling you,”… Continue reading Obama, Romney, RNC, DNC – Liars’ Pants of Fire Inspire Fact Checking Choir