ACLU action is angering
Your writer has been in the legal profession for nearly 40 years. Supposedly through training and experience, control of temper is a staple of my business. When things happen that are provocative, unseemly or disturbing, cool reflection and analysis are part of the training in advising others or issuing rulings. Yet when I hear of something about to be described, for want of a better description, I just can’t help it. I get angry. As my mom used to say, I can get angry enough to “chew nails and spit rust.” Part of the reason is my concern over what has happened and is happening in our country.