This is a website with quotations of every kind: Quotations. For an article about my Italian father’s book and the history of his writing it see How to Carve Totem Poles. While the information in the article about how to aquire the book is outdated, it can still be obtained from my sister Phyllis Ennes in Anacortes, WA email@example.com. For an article about my dad’s book see Mother Earth News at http://www.motherearthnews.com/DIY/1978_January_February/How_To_Carve_Totem_Poles
Don Keenan, an extraordinary lawyer in Georgia, has a foundation Keenan’s Kids Foundation. As a fund raiser he offers a CD of closing arguments for children wrongful death cases and injuries cases. See Keenan Kids Foundation. The Inner Circle of Advocates is a plaintiff’s trial organization limited to 100 outstanding trial lawyers in the U.S. Their website isInner Circle of Advocates. My law firm’s website can be found at The Luvera Law Firm
The Spence Trial College provides unique training for plaintiff trial lawyers and those defending criminal cases. It is the only program which teaches lawyers in those areas the Gerry Spence method of trial practice. It emphasizes truth and honesty with passion for justice. There will be a regional weekend program in Washington State in March. For details see Spence Trial College
Move on is a web site with helpful information about the political scene See Move on. Eric Alterman’s web site should be reviewed too.Eric Alterman. For balanced media reviews see Media Matters Media Matters. The daily howler has helpful information about the political scene as wellThe daily Howler
"Musicians don’t retire. They stop; when there is no more music in them" Louie Armstrong. "The question isn’t at what age I want to retire. It’s at what income" George Foreman "Retire? I’m going to stay in show business until I’m the only one left" George Burns
William Barclay, Scottish professor, has observed it is a curious paradox of learning that the more one learns about any subject the more one realizes there is still much to learn. In the Academy at Athens there was a three year course. In the first year students were called "The wise men." In the second year they were called "Those who loved wisdom" But in the third year they were called simply "The learners."