Bruce Antkowiak

* Republicans won’t have Michael Steele to kick around anymore. [Huffington Post]

* Akin Gump apologizes for a controversial post on Powerline by partner Paul Mirengoff. [Indianz.com]

* Is WikiLeaks responsible for the Tunisian revolution? [Business Insider]

* Speaking of Tunisia, MLK Day is important and everything — but maybe, just maybe, U.S. officials in Tunisia should GO TO WORK ON MONDAY. Give them a floating holiday or whatever, but given current events, the U.S. Embassy there should probably stay open. [Gawker]

* Meanwhile, Australian lawyers are getting a flood day. [ABA Journal]

* Who exactly would benefit from dropping the LSAT? [Law Librarian Blog]

* Typo Nazis, here’s something for you. How many spaces should you put between a period and the next sentence? [Slate]

* Additional thoughts on Bruce Antkowiak’s recent criticism of the legal academy (previously mentioned here). [What About Clients?]

* Brooklyn College kid complains of a hidden camera in her apartment and is sent to psychiatric ward. The thing is, there was a hidden camera in her apartment. And tinfoil hats work. (Only one of those last two sentences is true.) [Forbes]

* Somebody should start a group for law professors against law schools. The latest member of the club: Bruce Antkowiak of Duquesne Law. [WSJ Law Blog]

* Former lawyer decides to devote her time to animals in a very awesome way. She helps people incorporate animal-friendly activities into their travel plans. Which immediately makes her the best travel agent ever. [Your Time Travels]

* Blacks in the military? Check. Women? Check. Gays? Check. Wow, it looks like the military is getting really inclusive… no, no wait, people with bad genes might be need to get out. [Instapundit]

* A personal story about Judy Clarke, defense counsel to Jared Lee Loughner. [Underdog]

* In case you missed this question on the MPRE, no, you can’t expense your booty calls to the firm. [Legal Profession Blog]