JNS.org – Former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright is backtracking, a little, on her remark last week that “there is a special place in hell” for women who failed to endorse Hillary Clinton. Writing on the op-ed page of the New York Times, Albright did not apologize or withdraw the comment, but she did concede that it was “undiplomatic” of her to say what she said. Indeed, friends of Israel have had bitter experiences with Albright’s “undiplomatic moments.” During the 2014 […]
Mark Geragos might be the most "famous" of the celebrity attorneys, at least if measured by how often we see him in the news. Geragos was hired then fired by Michael Jackson to defend him against molestation charges, but Geragos still testified on behalf of Jackson at trial. He also defended Winona Ryder in the case where she was convicted of shoplifting from Saks.