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Thankfully, no corn dogs were served

Thankfully, no corn dogs were served

Check out the Cornell Chronicle article about my Tea Party talk, Law professor’s talk on the Tea Party triggers heated debate.

Could they possibly have picked a worse photo?  Thankfully, they didn’t serve corn dogs at the event.

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Update: Commenter mduddridge nailed the move:

William Jacobson, associate clinical professor of law at Cornell Law School and founder of the conservative blog, Legal Insurrection, entertains the crowd with some of his world-reknowned theremin playing, at the Cornell Club in New York City.

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Looks like you’re trying to hypnotize the audience. 🙂

The editor clearly did not appreciate your message. They did not have a pic of you eating, so this was the next best thing.

Here on Long Island, every pic Newsday prints of a Dem looks like Superman or a supermodel (well, they work with what they have). Every Republican looks like he/she was snapped in a perp walk.

I think you look very…….dynamic! 🙂 Thanks for the link to the article. Any word on video yet?! 😉

Extreme Right Winger, William Jacobson, prepares to attack reasonable moderate questioner during violent rhetorical speech.

The Ithaca Tea Party thanks you for venturing into the lion’s den. In Ithaca, we sometimes hear negative comments from Cornell alums who venture back for homecoming weekend and other such events, statements like “You’re so wrong about …. You just don’t understand.” Thanks for making the case to Cornell’s enlightened alums that we actually do understand. Also, I think you look great in the photo, like Toscanini.

I have seen a similar posture at evangelical meetings were the preacher was laying on hands.

What?   The Cornell Chronicle couldn’t find a pic of you(Professor) holding a rope?   I guess the CC didn’t have enough time to dig further?   Have you notice any overturned trashed cans nearby recently?
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Looks like you found a member of the fair sex with large breasts, and you were trying to measure them.
Or you were demonstrating how Justice Prosser was accused by Justice Bradley of putting her in a chokehold.
My suggestion is that the next time you venture into the lion’s den, you supply your own picture. This is how the left marginalizes people with whom they disagree.

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, and maybe this time Claire Lambrecht is just a lousy photographer.

Preparing to “choke hold” …..Sorry, not WI !!

You do kind of look like Gandalf trying to wrest the staff away from Saruman. With as many friends in the audience, I take it that you were able to escape from the top of the Tower safely?

Next on America’s Most Wanted: The “Cornell Strangler” identified?

“William Jacobson, associate clinical professor of law at Cornell Law School and founder of the conservative blog, Legal Insurrection, entertains the crowd with some of his world-reknowned theremin playing, at the Cornell Club in New York City.”

This must be the debut of “TOLI”, the teleprompter of Legal Insurrection. Bravo! And may I say you, sir, are looking thinner. Great all around. *wink*

Whoa, the creature comes to life, cue the Frankenstein music.

Or did they forget to insert the AR-15 assault rifle into your Photoshopped hands? You know, the weapon you used to keep authorities at bay while brainwashing naive attendees?

I’m thinking that was taken during the audience warmup when you were leading in the singing of Kumbaya.

The news out here on the left coast painted quite a different picture of the presentation:

“William Jacobson, associate clinical professor of law at Cornell Law School and founder of the conservative blog, Legal Insurrection, used only his hands and backlighting to present a hand-shadow depiction of a dystopian pro-gun tea-party future for America at the Cornell Club in New York City.”

Professor Jacobson’s Pro-Tea Party Hand Shadow Presentation.

Some other people who are likely fans of the Tea Party movement.

Soros-Backed San Leon Says Polish Shale Profits to Beat U.S.

Domestic resource recovery and energy production. Well, Soros may not be interested, but Americans should certainly be. This, and labor, compose the foundation of capital costs, and are principal considerations in economic development.

GE’s Immelt Says U.S. Must Trim Regulations to Spur Job Growth

The most interesting part is why he suggests excessive regulation is a problem.

One way to boost confidence among employers is to “try to see through the eyes of small businesses,” which face a bigger hurdle than large companies …

“We’re big enough companies that we can muscle through regulatory” pressures, he said. “We can comply. We can do the things we need to do.’”

I would add that a large and progressive number of Americans are sabotaged through our welfare system. Not only does it subvert character development and individual dignity, it also distorts the market throughout the economy, which is ultimately a burden for all members of society.

If we really want to help individuals and families who falter, it would be well advised to consider the principles of economics and consider a successful example. For instance, the Amish.

I would venture to say that those individuals and families would experience a recovery sooner and at less cost, while simultaneously laying the foundation for sustainable economic activity. It would be beneficial for the receiver, the taxpayers, and society.

Aw, don’t say that, it’s a nice photo, Professor Hawtness.

You are justifiably angry that they photoshopped in that impenetrably abstruse powerpoint slide just to make you look like an egghead.

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