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Film Review: Crazywater (Dir. Dennis Allen)

Crazywater Dir. Dennis Allen [National Film Board of Canada; 2013] by Dustin Krcatovich Rating: Though the story of alcohol and drug addiction among First Nations people is an old one, it’s one rarely told, and a telling of it with any real empathy or understanding is even rarer. Show More Summary

NLRB Divides Sharply on Employee Concerted Activity for “Mutual Aid or Protection”

The National Law Review In a complex, twenty-eight page opinion, a sharply divided NLRB has ruled that when an individual employee seeks assistance from fellow employees with respect to a violation under Title VII (or other workplace...Show More Summary

U.S. broadcasters challenge FCC over airwaves auction

(Reuters) - The National Association of Broadcasters filed a petition to review certain elements of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) planned airwaves auction next year, arguing that the sale would adversely impact TV stations. Show More Summary

National Review finds Michael Brown killing boring, wants America to 'mix it up a little'

Sorry, conservative pundits bored now. America's premiere surviving pro-segregation magazine just cannot figure out why there's so much fuss about these unarmed black teenagers getting shot by police or police wanna-bees. Possibly the most sickening thing about America is its racial selectivity. Show More Summary

Quickies: Racism, Housing Scams, and Fossil-Loving Creationists

Categories: Quickies What I Did After Police Killed My Son – “Ten years later, we in Wisconsin passed the nation’s first law calling for outside reviews.” From Jamie & Eric. The most... (Read more...)

NLRB Precedent Not Binding after Noel Canning, Labor Board Judge Declares, Rejecting Claimed Dues Deduction Violation

The National Law Review In an unusual move, an NLRB administrative law judge has disregarded Board law and held that an employer that stopped dues deductions after the expiration of its collective bargaining agreement did not commit an unfair labor practice, dismissing an unfair labor practice complaint. Lincoln Lutheran of Racine, 30-CA-11099 (JD-49-14 August 11, 2014).

Music Review: DJ Mustard - 10 Summers

DJ Mustard 10 Summers [Roc Nation/Google Play; 2014] by SCVSCV Rating: If you’re in any American city, try scouting out some turf that provides an aerial perspective of the streets. Climb to the top of some shitty building and feel young. Show More Summary

Inflammatory Meet The Press Guest Uses Michael Brown Shooting To Mislead On Criminal Justice Racism

National Review Online contributor Heather Mac Donald falsely said there is no evidence "that the overrepresentation of blacks in prison or arrest statistics is a result of criminal justice racism," while on NBC's Meet the Press. InShow More Summary

Palestine posters archive nominated to UNESCO Memory of the World program

In early August, the nomination of a major collection of posters from the Palestine Poster Project Archives was accepted for formal review by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization’s Memory of the World program. Show More Summary

US clears $2.3 bln Lenovo deal for IBM unit

4 days agoNews : The Newsroom

IBM said Friday that US authorities had cleared a $2.3 billion deal allowing China-based Lenovo to take over its server unit after a national security review. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which reviews...Show More Summary

The audience of the future responds to “The Magic Flute.”

My review of the Washington National Opera’s “The Magic Flute,” which opened on Saturday night, will appear on line on Sunday, and in print in Monday’s paper. I was, however, accompanied by a friend who was so eager to report that he took notes during the show, returned home and produced an overnight review on the spot. Show More Summary

Electronic Frontier Foundation Messes Up

I just realized that the Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a brief with the court in relation to Mann vs. the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the National Review, Mark Steyn, and Rand Simberg (variously). This is disappointing and will probably color my opinion of EFF going forward on whatever else they do. Their brief isn’t just…

Anne Midgette review: Wagner’s ‘Parsifal’ is a fine fit for NSO’s classical concert staging

To mark one of classical music’s notable bicentennials, Washington’s fall season has gotten underway with a double dose of Wagner. First, there was “Tristan und Isolde” at the Washington National Opera in September, in which the conducting took precedence over the nice, unobjectionable staging. Show More Summary

Michelle Malkin's "Cop Killed Every 58 Hours" Claim Not Truthful

4 days agoNews : Reason

In a desperately apologist piece about police at National Review Online, Michelle Malkin writes that 1,501 cops died in the line of duty in the last decade, concluding, as the headline stated, that a cop was killed in the U.S. everyShow More Summary

Why the Scientific Case Against Fracking Keeps Getting Stronger

On the political right, it's pretty popular these days to claim that the left exaggerates scientific worries about hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking." In a recent National Review article, for instance, a Hoover Institution researcher...Show More Summary

Understanding parallels of human and animal parenting can benefit generations to come

Strong evidence now shows that human and animal parenting share many nervous system mechanisms. This is the conclusion of Yerkes National Primate Research Center researchers Larry Young, PhD, and James Rilling, PhD, in their review article about the biology of mammalian parenting, published in this week's issue of Science. Show More Summary

Lawyer Yogis Share Relaxation, Mindfulness Tips in 'Yoga for Lawyers'

In honor of National Relaxation Day on Friday (August 15) -- yes that is a thing -- we thought we would cover a book that the ABA sent us to review" "Yoga for Lawyers: Mind-Body Techniques to Feel Better All the Time." What better way to unwind than to wind......

Bing West: How to Defeat the Islamic State

Marine combat veteran Bing West explains how to defeat our enemies in today's National Review. We reprint here. By pulling our forces out of Iraq in 2011, Mr. Obama claimed, he “ended the war.” Three years later, the winner of that war is a barbarous Islamist army that has seized the northern half of Iraq, threatening both Kurdistan and Baghdad. Show More Summary

AJC Sheds Light on Nunn’s Conservation Easements

When National Review broke the story about the release of Michelle Nunn’s internal campaign memo last month, reporters noticed a reference to “Conservation Easements” listed as one of her personal vulnerabilities that could be exploited by her future opponent. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Daniel Malloy has done the research on those easements, and his story is […]

FREE SPEECH: ACLU, news organizations back National Review, think tank in climate libel case. A …

FREE SPEECH: ACLU, news organizations back National Review, think tank in climate libel case. A who’s who of news organizations, as well as the American Civil Liberties Union, have sided with the conservative National Review and the free market Competitive Enterprise Institute in a libel lawsuit brought against them by climate scientist Michael Mann. Mann [...]

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