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Should New York State Give President Trump’s Federal Tax Returns To Congress?

Balkinization: Does New York State Have a Copy of President Trump’s Federal Returns?, by Gregory Klass (Georgetown): There has been a lot of talk about the new role state attorneys general have been taking on as a check on federal overreach.... There is something else state attorneys general might...

Wednesday's TV/Radio listings (Feb. 22) 

TODAY'S TV Event Time TV Men's college basketball Michigan at Rutgers 5:30 BigTen Vanderbilt at Tennessee 5:30 SEC DePaul at Georgetown 6:00 CBSSN Duke at Syracuse 6:00 ESPN TCU at Kansas 6:00 ESPN2 UCF at Temple 6:00 ESPNU Xavier at...Show More Summary

Using statistics ethically to combat 'a scientific credibility crisis'

Can statistics increase the value of science to society? Georgetown University's Rochelle Tractenberg, PhD, MPH, PhD, chair of the Committee on Professional Ethics of the American Statistical Association, will discuss "Promoting Ethical...Show More Summary

Using statistics ethically to combat 'a scientific credibility crisis'

(Georgetown University Medical Center) Can statistics increase the value of science to society? Georgetown University's Rochelle Tractenberg, chair of the Committee on Professional Ethics of the American Statistical Association, will...Show More Summary

Georgetown’s Prof. Jonathan Brown Supports Islamic Slavery and Rape.

In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie discusses Georgetown’s Prof. Jonathan Brown Supports Islamic Slavery and Rape, asking:where is the media outrage and the feminist protests? Don’t miss it! And

Professor Uses Lecture to Defend Islamic Slavery

On February 7, Georgetown University’s Professor Jonathan Brown used his clout as an endowed chair to deliver a defense of the Islamic practice of slavery, which he claimed to be entirely different than slavery in the West. Brown pointed out some interesting facts, such as the high position of “privileged Sultanic slaves” at certain points in Turkey. Show More Summary

Getting Rich Off Left-Wing Activism

With business up and people outraged by President Trump, Left Action founder John Hlinko has purchased a Georgetown home to serve as the path of most resistance.

Nick Coffey Kickstarts Hyperlocal Lopez Island Restaurant

Ursa Minor is slated for April A couple months ago, chef Nick Coffey told Eater he was enjoying some much-needed time off after leaving Matt Dillon’s latest restaurant, Ciudad in Georgetown — well, looks like funemployment is over. This...Show More Summary

Smoking cessation counseling successful when paired with lung cancer screening

(Georgetown University Medical Center) The first successful randomized trial of its kind provides preliminary evidence that telephone-based smoking cessation counseling given to smokers shortly after undergoing lung cancer screening can be effective at helping people stop smoking.

Toder Presents Taxing Entrepreneurial Income Today At Georgetown

Eric Toder (Tax Policy Center) presents Taxing Entrepreneurial Income at Georgetown today as part of its Tax Law and Public Finance Workshop Series hosted by John Brooks and Itai Grinberg: This paper applies the Schumpeterian view of entrepreneurship to estimate the tax rate on entrepreneurial income under alternative assumptions about...

A Tale Of Two Talks: The Reality Of Free Speech In America

Submitted by Douglass Murray via The Gatestone Institute, During his talk at Georgetown University, Jonathan A.C. Brown condemned slavery when it took place historically in America and other Western countries, but praised the practise...Show More Summary

Patti LaBelle is as sweet as her famous pie during fan encounter in Georgetown

Hey isn’t that … legendary diva and pie peddler Patti LaBelle having a late lunch with friends Monday afternoon? LaBelle, who is in town for a Valentine’s Day concert at the Kennedy Center, was spotted at Bourbon Steak in Georgetown just before 4 p.m. by a tipster. The “On My Own” singer was dining with two […]

Riggs Library in Washington, D.C.

Riggs Library at Georgetown University is one of the United States’ great old book shrines. Dating to 1898, Riggs has four floors of cast iron walkways laid out around a central light court. Sixteen columns divide the hall into smaller alcoves and two spiral staircases connect walkways. Riggs was designed by an architect named Paul J. Show More Summary

Jellyfish Brewing Company Floats Into Georgetown This Spring

With a pub serving food coming in summer If all goes according to plan, Georgetown will get a new brewery in May. Jellyfish Brewing Company, which is already brewing beer in anticipation of opening, will first launch a tasting room where you can try its goods. Show More Summary

A 20-Something Fills Her DC Apartment With Craigslist Finds — House Call

Name: Sarah Location: Georgetown — Washington, D.C. This is the third apartment I've lived in post-grad. I love living alone—it allows me to truly highlight my style (plus, I'm a bit of a neat freak!). I currently live in a one-bedroom apartment in the heart of Georgetown. Show More Summary

Bar Ciudad Reopens Thursday With Rotisserie Chicken and Cocktails

Plus chef Aaron Willis rolls out a new menu at Ciudad Aaron Willis took over as chef of Georgetown’s meat-focused Ciudad back in December, promising to add his spin to the menu. Willis also planned to oversee the rotisserie chicken and...Show More Summary

D.C. United could receive final approval for Buzzard Point stadium Thursday

More than 1,000 D.C. United season ticket holders gathered in Georgetown on Sunday for the MLS club’s annual preseason shindig, complete with hot food and cold drink, new merchandise and mingling players. The function began the countdown to the season opener, March 4, when Sporting Kansas City will visit RFK Stadium. Amid the buzz about […]

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