110% Magazine to Conduct Vetting of Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan, Says Dr. Leigh-Davis

Let’s Open the Political and Judicial Field to the Most Qualified

Beverly Hills, CA, May 27, 2010 --(PR.com)-- 110% Magazine was founded by retired attorney and law professor Dr. Leigh-Davis, to ensure only the best persons become political representatives and judges. 110% Magazine, (specifically 110% (One-Hundred Ten Percent) Magazine, ISSN number 2153-3946,) has vigorously impeded family legacies and the buying of political positions.

“Of course, as in any field, children may follow in the footsteps of their parents. We just want to ensure the credentials are also there. Further, we would like to open up the political and judicial field to all qualified candidates, regardless of their lineage,” Dr. Leigh-Davis, founder of 110% Magazine, said on May 18th, 2010, following the announcement of election results in Florida.

Notably, representatives of 110% Magazine are not jumping on the bandwagon to question Ms. Kagan’s allegedly racist hiring record at Harvard University. “First, we must investigate who were all of the candidates being considered, and what their credentials are. People like to scream 'racists' too quickly. The reality is, there are many top university positions, which never, or rarely, have minority applicants,” said a 110% staff member. However, 110% Magazine has publicized its concern with Ms. Kagan’s lack of judicial experience.

Currently, 110% Magazine is working with three (3) different private investigation firms, to conduct its own investigation of Ms. Kagan. 110% magazine states, they have hired three (3) different private investigation firms, in order to ensure a complete worldwide investigation of both Ms. Kagan’s business and private life.

110% Magazine will announce the results of its investigation in its Summer 2010 issue.

110% Magazine
Jane Daniels
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