[guest post by JVW] While taking a beach constitutional earlier on this glorious Southern California morning (just a little dig at you guys who are still dealing with snow), I came upon this car parked on the street and couldn’t help but notice the bumper sticker: So, so many messages conveyed in this one image. […]
Guest post by Cynthia M. Ho, Clifford E. Vickrey Research Professor, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law. Philip Morris and Eli Lilly think that they are entitled to millions in compensation from countries that limit or deny desired intellectual property rights. These companies are the first to challenge IP issues pursuant to international agreements […]
Justin Bieber was Ariana Grande's surprise guest at her Honeymoon Tour stop in Miami on Saturday. They sang "As Long As You Love Me" and "All That Matters." Watch the video here: The post Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber duet at Honeymoon Tour Miami (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Guest Post Millions of Americans face a challenge in meeting their budgets every month – not just financially, but also in their time budgets, says investment advisor Reid Abedeen. “Knowledge is power and time is often money, but what...Show More Summary
Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “Do exactly what I say, and we'll get along fine. Do not question me or talk back in any way. You do not have the right to object to anything I may say or ask you to do, or ask for clarification if my demands are unclear or contradictory. Show More Summary
– Guest post for Syria Comment by Aron Lund, editor of Syria in Crisis On March 28, Syrian rebels and jihadi fighters announced that they had captured the city of Idlib, posting pictures and videos online that showed them in control of government buildings and other landmarks. Show More Summary
Today's guest post comes from Charles Richter, a PhD candidate in American Religious History at George Washington University. He studies irreligion and its critics, apocalypticism, and their intersections with American culture. Charles attended the Religion in Early America symposium hosted by the National Museum of American History last week. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Despite doing lots of research and investigations over the last few weeks, I’ve written little. Well, actually, I’ve published little, although I’ve written a lot. But I didn’t publish what I’d done, there was no wonder in it, no awe. So I tossed it all out and started “simply messing…
Subscribe on iTunes | Become a Fan on Facebook | Download the iPhone app | Download This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Jen Leo are joined by this week’s guest: Dave […] The post Visas, Denials and...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Poor Hillary! Girlfriend just wants to announce her presidential campaign, but between the pesky issues of all things Benghazi, an email scandal that won’t go away, a Nigerian donor, an Iranian government front group, a cronyism scandal involving her brother and others, and a sharply declining favorability rating, she has […]
Here’s the link to the ad: http://www.kijiji.ca/v-livestock/barrie/gorgeous-tb-gelding/1058781693?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true Here is the listing (my comments in red): 2010 16.1hh flashy TB gelding. Only track broke, came up from...Show More Summary
This post was contributed by Charles Fogelman, and is part of a series on ‘Rending land investible‘, guest edited by Jenny E Goldstein and Julian S Yates. Charles Fogelman is a Research Fellow with the Cultures of Law in Global Contexts Project and a Ph.D. Show More Summary
Categories: Guest Post, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Technology Tags: BravoSolution, Guest Posts, Technology Spend Matters welcomes this guest article by John Ryan Shaw, senior director of adoption services at BravoSolution. Do people really fear new procurement technology I don’t think so, certainly not in a literal sense. Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] In the past few years, an increasing number of commenters here at Patterico’s have expressed their disenchantment and frustration with the Republican party. Some have already reached their tipping point and made the decision to leave the party. After all, how long does one keep waiting…and waiting… and waiting to see […]
Experiential Design: the Importance of Cohesive Event Branding written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Today’s Guest Post is by Tori Atkinson – Enjoy! Event branding offers companies,...Show More Summary
The debate continues. Does free, or so called freemium music help slow piracy and build an audience that will eventually pay? Or does it devalue music to the point that creators can't make a living? Guest Post by Alan Cross on A Journal Of Music Things You can pay the...
[guest post by JD] Good riddance. Discuss. —-JD
Today’s post is a guest essay from Megan, a children’s library assistant at the East Liberty branch. You can learn more about her, and the other Eleventh Stack contributors, on the About Us page. Enjoy! It’s never too late to pick up a … Continue reading ?
Awakening to truths about ourselves and the world (in the Beauty Class) AJBlog: Jumper Published 2015-03-26 Guest Columnist: Has Our Inner Child Won? AJBlog: CultureCrash Published 2015-03-26
[guest post by Dana] With the March 31 deadline looming for an agreement with Iran and with a comprehensive finalized version due June 30, the US is making concessions in order to reach an agreement. Facing demands by President Rouhani to lift all sanctions in order to reach a “final solution” as opposed to the […]