So I’m away tomorrow morning to Portland, Oregon, where I’m speaking at the annual dinner of the Portland law firm of O’Donnell, Clark & Crew, which means with plane flights and all I’ll be observing blogging silence most of the day. O’Donnell, Clark & Crew a smallish boutique firm that does a lot of fun stuff–like suing the government in defense of property rights–and also some not-so-fun stuff, like child sex abuse cases. So I shouldn’t have been surprised this morning to hear my old college pal and OD & C partner Kelly Clark on NPR’s Morning
Sedition Edition talking about the Sandusky case.
Anyway, this annual O’Donnell, Clark & Crew dinner began as a book party for me 10 years ago (after the first Age of Reagan book came out) and has grown into a big event in Portland, so I go every year, to do a mix of schtick and seriousness, usually paired with some local notable, such as former Senator Bob Packwood, who warned three years ago that the entitlement bomb fuse was running very short. This year’s dinner is being held at the Oregon Zoo, which is not to be confused with the “Oregon Zoo,” aka, Occupy Portland. I’ll take some iPhone video if there’s anything left of it.
Back on Friday.