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Thom Senzee

Overcoming the Stigma of 'Vexatious Litigator': An Impossible Task?

Thom Senzee | Posted 08.19.2014 | Politics
Thom Senzee

Alfred Banks and the handful of others who carry the mark of the so-called "vexatious litigator" have the deck stacked against them. They are effectively locked out of America's legal system.

Gloria Allred Receives Nat'l. Trial Lawyers Lifetime Achievement Nod--Only 2nd Time Group Gives Award

Thom Senzee | Posted 03.23.2014 | Media
Thom Senzee

SOUTH BEACH, Fla.--Famed attorney Gloria Allred will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from The National Trial Lawyers (NTL) at the third annual ...

A Gay Love Letter Inspired by Phil Robertson

Thom Senzee | Posted 03.02.2014 | Gay Voices
Thom Senzee

Let me explain in pure prose -- a love letter, even -- the beauty of gay attraction as I've known it with absolutely no consideration of the body part that, according to Mr. Robertson's base obsession, must be what I long for and what must make me gay.

'More to the Story Than Marriage' LGBTs in The News Panel Series Hits L.A. Nov. 14

Thom Senzee | Posted 01.23.2014 | Los Angeles
Thom Senzee

In other words, LGBT Americans gain acceptance as people realize that "LGBT" does not automatically equate to white, affluent gay men enjoying fabulous vacations, expensive vodka and stylish clothing

Under Siege, Mayor Makes First Public Appearance Since Allegations in Surprise Showing at San Diego Pride

Thom Senzee | Posted 07.15.2013 | Los Angeles
Thom Senzee

Although at least one local San Diego television news broadcast erroneously reported that San Diego Mayor Bob Filner showed up at Balboa Park with a...

San Diego Press Club's First LGBT Panel Draws Tears, Applause

Thom Senzee | Posted 09.08.2013 | Media
Thom Senzee

"I get to decide who I am, according to the State of California and a growing number of other states. But even in those states where self-identification is not yet the law, as journalists, don't you want to respect the identity of the individual as they perceive themselves?"

Forget Black Helicopters, Meet the Ultimate Helicopter Mom: the NSA

Thom Senzee | Posted 08.14.2013 | Politics
Thom Senzee

The easy question is, whether or not trading privacy for government (and corporate) transparency make society physically safer. The difficult and infinitely more important question is, can democracy still thrive without personal privacy and institutional secrecy?