America’s Legal Bubble Is About To Pop – Now What?


America’s legal bubble is about to pop.

Critics have long bewailed our national glut of lawyers, to little effect. Chief Justice Warren Burger predicted 35 years ago that America was turning into “a society overrun by hordes of lawyers, hungry as locusts.”

There are now well over 1,500,000 licensed attorneys in the United States.

It’s fair to say that we’re all sick and tired of attorneys…whom without the practice of law would at best be mediocre businessmen but would much more likely fall in the bracket of starving writers that jump from project to project hoping to pay their bills.

Here in 2017, there’s way more attorneys graduating college than doctors and scientists.  This is the first sign of a decaying civilization.

The practice of law is oversatuated with attorneys, all clawing for the next personal injury case where they can bang a producer of real products and services with another lawsuit.

Specifically, I’m tired of their arrogance.

Yea, great, just because you passed the Bar exam doesn’t mean your shit.   Rather it just means that you learned a bunch of “procedures” and “latin” that is specifically in the courts to confuse the layman business person.