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SHADOW AND BONE: BOOK REVIEW

Shadow and BoneWritten by: Leigh BardugoPaperback: 358 pagesPublisher: Henry Holt & Company Language: EnglishJune 2012Genre: Young Adult/Fantasy/Series (Grisha Trilogy Book One) Surrounded by enemies, the once-great nation of Ravka has...Show More Summary

Another Compelling Novel By The Author Of 'Station Eleven'

By Suzanne Donahue for Off the Shelf When a publisher asks you to review a book, in this case, Last Night in Montreal, and the book is written by Emily St. John Mandel, whose latest book, Station Eleven, was nominated for the National Book Award, you have to take the request seriously. Show More Summary

Another Compelling Novel By The Author Of 'Station Eleven'

By Suzanne Donahue for Off the Shelf When a publisher asks you to review a book, in this case, Last Night in Montreal, and the book is written by Emily St. John Mandel, whose latest book, Station Eleven, was nominated for the National Book Award, you have to take the request seriously. Show More Summary

2014 Year In Review: News We Will Not Forget [Photos]

It is hard to believe that 2014 is coming to an end, but as we look at our year in review and look at the top headlines that made this year a memorable one, we realize that we saw the good, the bad, and the ugly. JANUARY The nation was gripped in what came to 2014 Year In Review: News We Will Not Forget [Photos] is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Italy fines TripAdvisor $600,000 for not preventing false reviews

MILAN — Italy's antitrust authority has fined travel planning website TripAdvisor 500,000 euros ($600,000) following complaints of improper business practices lodged by a national hoteliers' association and a consumer protection agency. The...Show More Summary

Book Reviews: Fighting Back the Right, Living the Secular Life

(Author’s Note: The following reviews were solicited and are written in accordance with this site’s policy for such reviews.) Fighting Back the Right by David Niose I previously reviewed Nonbeliever Nation by David Niose, a past president of the American Humanist Association. His new book, Fighting Back the Right, tells the story of how the [Read More...]

National Gallery of Australia Council establishes independent review of Asian art collection

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

The National Gallery of Australia today announced plans to address provenance issues in relation to its Asian art collection. Following a meeting of the National Gallery of Australia Council in November the following actions are being...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz’s 2016 plan is somehow both smart and really dumb

Earlier this week, National Review’s Eliana Johnson reported on how Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) plans to approach the 2016 presidential campaign: “His strategists aren’t planning to make a big play for so-called independent voters in the general election if Cruz wins the Republican nomination,” writes Johnson. “According to several of the senator’s top advisers, Cruz […]

SMU Law Prof's Comments Prompt Sexual Harassment Policy Review

National Law Journal, SMU Law Prof's Comments Prompt Harassment Policy Review: A complaint by a student at the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law that her professor in 2010 referred to her as a “bitch” and “hired bimbo” spurred a federal investigation into the university’s handling of complaints involving...

Surprise! Obama Plans to Normalize Relations With Cuba.

A couple of weeks ago, National Review's Jay Nordlinger suggested that maybe President Obama's next executive action would be normalization of relations with Cuba. That struck me as something out of left field, since I'd heard not even a hint of a peep of a rumor that anything along these lines was in the works. Show More Summary

What Union Meant Abroad

I arrived home today to find a review copy of Don H. Doyle’s new book, The Cause of All Nations: An International History of the American Civil War, waiting for me. As I was perusing the introduction I came across this passage, which I thought was appropriate for sharing given the last post and the […]

Ted Cruz: An isolated figure in a minority of the minority

The National Review reports: To hell with the independents. That’s not usually the animating principle of a presidential campaign, but for Ted Cruz’s, it just might be. His strategists aren’t planning to make a big play for so-called independent voters in the general election if Cruz wins the Republican nomination. Several of the senator’s top […]

Cruz Missile Misfires

by Dish Staff Ted Cruz: To Hell with independents bit.ly/1w9Po2P via @elianayjohnson http://t.co/02WDpfDIJr— National Review (@NRO) December 15, 2014 Ted Cruz did Harry Reid a big favor on Saturday, demanding a vote on Obama’s immigration EO that backfired in a big way. Allen McDuffee explains how his shenanigans gave the Dems everything they wanted for […]

The No. 1 Threat To National Security Is Turning Obama's Hair Grey -- But It Could Make You A Fortune

Talk about a lousy way to start the day. Each morning, even when he's on vacation, the President of the United States sits with top intelligence officials, usually in the Oval Office, to review

The 8 Amici (Part 2): Review of 4 More Briefs Opposing Breach of Joint-Employer Precedent

Joint Employer—Eight Amici for the Employers In total, 17 amicus briefs were submitted in June 2014, in the seminal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) case on joint employers.

NLRB Issues New Election Rules Which Make It Easier for Unions To Organize

The National Law Review On December 12, 2014, the NLRB finally issued its new union election rules.

The Kentucky County That Builds the Corvette Is About to Become Right-to-Work

By James Sherk, The National Law Review The momentum for right-to-work measures at the local level across the country might be gaining steam: Kentucky’s Warren County — which includes Bowling Green — just passed a local right-to-work ordinance. A 5–1 bipartisan majority of the country legislature voted to make union dues voluntary for private-sector workers.

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