J.A.I.L. News Journal
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Los Angeles, California                                                      July 27, 2004

 
J.A.I.L. Hits Another Home Run
 
There are some who do not perceive the power of J.A.I.L.'s publications. To recap a little J.A.I.L. history, a few years ago an attorney for the California Court of Appeals criticized J.A.I.L. that we would dare go after judges for "making a few mistakes." His criticism was published, and before the week was up, he was pleading for J.A.I.L. to call off their "attack dogs." Some of you old-time JAILers may recall this incident.
 
Then there was the incident of the state senator who accused this editor of being "an anger-driven asshole." It took only a little over a week before this state senator humbled himself and apologized, which apology was accepted.
 
Then there was the incident of our republication of an article put out by the Washington State Bar Association. They followed up by saying they had never engendered such a enormous response from anything they had ever published before.
 
It is becoming apparent that the publications of J.A.I.L. News Journals are hitting home runs everywhere with its influence in society growing exponentially. All one needs do is go to Google.com and type in "jail4judges" to see websites the world over quoting something from the J.A.I.L. News Journals. One could there spend weeks looking at websites discussing J.A.I.L.
 
This past week J.A.I.L. published an article with credits given to "The Illinois Leader." And guess what? Below is their follow-up, saying that it "sparked an unprecedented number of letters to IllinoisLeader.com." Obviously, The Illinois Leader is quite happy with this responsive reaction. 
 
J.A.I.L. is out to shake this nation, and we have but only begun. 
                                                                             -Ron Branson
 
 
 
DAILY EMAIL REPORT
Monday, July 26, 2004
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 NEWS....

Leader readers express outrage with mental health screening plan for expectant mothers and children 18 yrs and younger
7/26/2004 2:00:00 PM
OPINION -- The revelation of a mental health screening plan for all children in Illinois through age 18 and all pregnant women has sparked an unprecedented number of letters to IllinoisLeader.com.

As a sampling of the outrage Leader readers are expressing, eight letters have been selected from those pouring in. More will be featured in the upcoming days.
Read more...

 



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