Monthly Archives: January 2012

So Newt Gingrich has been sued by the band Survivor (despite their name we thought they or at least their career had died decades ago) to stop using their song "Eye of the Tiger" on the campaign trail.  This seems to be a problem that Republicans keep running into.  So we have come up with a surefire way to ensure that Republican candidates can pick a song that is appropriate to their campaign.  Even if the band does not like the candidate the branding opportunities will be too lucrative to reject. Newt ... [click here to read more]
The Comedians at Law are pleased to announce that at last night's SAG Awards, they came out on top, garnering the award for "Lawyers Laughed Out of the Legal Profession." The award was a pink piece of paper with a picture of a burning bridge and the words "GET THE 'F' OUT!" scribbled across out in long-hand. We at Comedians at Law couldn't be prouder. And, by the way, in case you were wondering, we looked better in our dresses on the red carpet than anyone at the show, especially Zoe Saldana. Now, ... [click here to read more]
Comedians-at-Law has a very simple criteria for who won the Florida Republican Presidential Debate last night sponsored by CNN and the Hispanic Leadership Network. Who was able to name the most qualified Hispanic Leaders? A question posed by a young Hispanic woman asked the candidates which Hispanic leaders they might consider for positions in their White House. Santorum led with the obvious "Marco Rubio". Gingrich followed by throwing out at least 3-4 Hispanic last names before chiding Santorum ... [click here to read more]

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Comedians at Law have learned that in tonight's State of the Union, President Obama will announce a major new stimulus plan -- everyone in America will be encouraged to attend the Comedians at Law "Lawmaggedon" Comedy Tour. Okay, so it won't fix the economy, bring home the troops, denuclearize Iran, end Global Warming, educate children, provide affordable and universal health care, reduce crime or pick up garbage. On the other hand, laughing with and at 6 guys who couldn't cut it as lawyers will ... [click here to read more]
The Comedians At Law season officially began Friday January 20th with a killer show at Vanderbilt Law School.  Heading down to Nashville from Comedians At Law were Greg Collett, Sebastian Evans and J-L Cauvin. Sebastian and J-L arrived in Nashville via a 6 hour Southwest Airlines adventure (cheap prices mean connections, layovers and middle seats) while Greg arrived in Nashville via a Netjet.  Hotel accommodations were only the top of the line (Airport Ramada had no WiFi, but several unidentifiable ... [click here to read more]
While Comedians-at-Law bring the funny to the South at Vanderbilt Law this weekend, Rick Perry took the opportunity to try to steal a little thunder from our Lawmageddon tour by announcing he is dropping out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday ahead of South Carolina's primary election. We haven't been this relieved since Sarah Palin chose reality TV over politics. Perry addressed his decision to abandon his campaign at a press conference in North Charleston. He ... [click here to read more]
While international maritime law can be a very sticky subject, what with competing jurisdictions, international waters, and long held traditions, we here at CAL think one rule holds true across the board (or aft) - the captain goes down with the ship. Clearly, Capt. Francesco Schettino thought differently when he fled his sinking ship that had hit a reef off the Tuscan island of Giglio. To add insult to injury, the good captain then explained his cowardice by claiming he tripped and fell into a ... [click here to read more]
Watching the South Carolina debate this Comedian at Law was impressed by the Republican nominees last night.  Here were some of my favorite moments: 1) Rick Perry - "South Carolina is at war with the Federal government." - Huge applause because they seem to forget how the last one turned out. Or someone screwed up in the weekly re-enactment. 2) Ron Paul spoke about racial prejudice and disparities in the criminal justice system, particularly with regard to drug laws. - Deafening silence, however ... [click here to read more]
Yesterday, GOP candidate Jon Huntsman announced that he was ending his bid for the Presidency in 2012.  "I'm sick of the rancor.  Sick of the name-calling, the hair-pulling, the shin-kicking.  I want to have some fun. That's why I'm endorsing the Comedians at Law and their Lawmageddon tour.  If these guys call people names, they do it for laughs, not to score political points." So, there will be no President Huntsman.  But, we know who's gonna have a really good time on February 22, 2012 at ... [click here to read more]

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