Jeremy Lin is probably happy to get out of LA and heading South. –to Charlotte.
I think he’ll have a breakthrough year, playing for the love of the game again.
He’s a cultural hero, but he’s also still a good NBA player. In Charlotte, he’ll get a chance.
Read my NBCnews.com piece on Jeremy here.
I also see my latest column here: www.aaldef.org/blog
GOP candidates will now no longer be able to utter the phrase “elephant in the room.”
Satirical sources say this is Obama telling Christie, there are no seats big enough currently in Air Force One to accommodate a Christie presidential victory.
But as Christie satirically said, “We’ll cross that bridge…”
Oops, another cliché his speechwriters will have to nix.
See my regular columns on the AALDEF.org website.
Did you see his phone call to the Jim Obergefell, lead plaintiff on the same-sex case? And then did you see him in Mother Emanuel singing, “Amazing Grace”?
President Obama was deftly in two different worlds that don’t always mix. Are we on a collision course?
Read my piece in Diverse.
June 19-23 was the period where we remember the 33rd Anniversary of the brutal beating death of Vincent Chin. The killer, Ronald Ebens, has never spent a day in prison, but owes the Chin estate an amount that was more than $8 million in 2012 and continues to grow with interest.
My recent requests for an interview had been unanswered.
But before the anniversary week passed, I made one more attempt to reach Ebens.
And he answered.
I wanted to know if he was sitting on recently received money that should rightfully go to Vincent Chin’s estate.
Click here to read about my new, exclusive interview with Ebens on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund blog.