It's been over two weeks since I last provided an update on Baby Walt, our family's newest addition.
Baby Walt was born November 24 via emergency c-section. Shortly after his birth, he was diagnosed with a rare heart condition and life lifted to Houston’s Medical Center where he’s been since.
It's been less than a month, but it feels like a year has passed since Walt was born. Time has slowed to a snail's pace, which is probably why Walt's recovery, when placed in real time, is nothing short of amazing.
If you read conservative news sites, you may have heard complaints that the Drudge Report is drifting too far left. FOX News contributor Dan Bongino has responded by creating a new site called Bongino Report.
The last several days have been the hardest I’ve faced; we’ve faced. Ever. Yet through it all, the Lord has been faithful in ways I never imagined possible.
Baby Walt was born November 24 via emergency c-section. Shortly after his birth, he was diagnosed with a rare heart condition and life lifted to Houston's Medical Center where he's been since.
On Sunday morning, November 24, Walter Canon, son of Kemberlee Kaye and her husband Jeff, entered the world at 9 lbs. 8 oz. He joins his two big sisters, who have been anxiously awaiting his arrival.
Walt was born with a congenital heart problem, and is being cared for by doctors and nurses at a Houston children's hospital.
On July 30, 2014, Kemberlee Kaye did her first post for Legal Insurrection, about failed border policy. Over 2000 posts later, she's still here.
Kemberlee quickly carved out a niche of covering cultural (war) issues, particularly in defense of dads, and against political correctness and pseudo science:
Syracuse University Professor Miriam Elman has been covering the anti-Israel movement for Legal Insurrection since her first Guest Post on November 9, 2014. Since then, Miriam has published over 150 posts.
Wait, wut, we're coming up on Miriam's 5th Anniversary at LI next November?
It's become something of a tradition for LI authors to post a list of their favorite posts for the year (you can read my 2016 list here and my 2017 list here), so it's that time of year again, and I have some favorites to share with you all.
The news cycle in 2018 has been a Fujita Scale 5 cyclone.
So I thought the most appropriate posts to feature would be those covering instances when the political winds blew back onto green justice warriors this year.
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Legal Insurrection readers may recall that my son is participating in the Serra High Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC), and many kindly contributed to the annual fundraiser.
The unit is now in the midst of the 2018 fundraiser, and I would like to ask for your support again. If you wish to contribute, please click HERE, and you will find the Vertical Rise site from which to make your much appreciated contribution.
I'm taking nothing for granted on the Kavanaugh confirmation vote Saturday, October 6, 2018. Voting time is in flux, could be as early as 3 p.m. Eastern or as late as 5 p.m. We will have live coverage.
While it appears Kavanaugh will be confirmed now that Flake, Collins and Manchin are Yes votes, it's ain't over until it's over. Will they still be Yes tomorrow afternoon?
The Algemeiner "was founded in 1972 by famed journalist Gershon Jacobson as Der Algemeiner Journal and was originally published in Yiddish." It's now one of a core of "Jewish" publications, but unlike some leftist publications like The Forward, it's more moderate in its politics.
We often link to Israel and BDS-related stories that run in The Algemeiner. In that regard, there's an overlap with our coverage of those issues.