Friday mornings are the best since it’s the end of the week! International Politics Overall - Gallup: Fifty-seven percent of Americans say the United Nations does a poor job in solving international problems - Phyllis Bennis talks to The Real News about the role of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in regards to the Iran-P5+1 negotiations and what his impact can [...]
Blog of the Legal Times, Suit Accuses Feds of Unlawfully Seizing Tax Refunds Bloomberg, Gay Couples’ Tax-Season Nightmares Continue Bureau of Economic Affairs, The Effects of Corporate Inversions on the International and National Economic Accounts BuzzFeed, These Professors Want Parents Who Don’t Vaccinate To Pay A Tax Chicago Now, Pets...
Friiiiiiggggggiiiiiiiddddd. I realize anyone who doesn’t live in the Northeast can’t really complain, but winter finally woke up in the capital of our nation. Last week I took a picture of green daffodil sprouts coming up from the grounds of … Continue reading ?
Good day folks! International Politics Middle East - A Kurdish official in Iraq blamed the national government for not providing oil revenues to the Kurds - A Hezbollah official said it was fighting the Islamic State in Iraq Asia and Oceania - Historian Peter Kuznick joins The Real News to discuss the presence of the U.S. military in Okinawa, Japan and how [...]
The Week That Was: 2015-02-14 (February 14, 2015) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) US National Security – Threat of Climate Change: The Obama Administration continues to insist that global warming/climate change is a threat to US…
DNC chooses Philadelphia for the 2016 Democratic National Convention Week of July 25th. Congrats to the City of Brotherly Love. BOOYA! Washingtonia Norcross and Sires - again these two - vote with Republicans on KeystoneXL. Menendez welcomes Obama call for Congress to approve military action against ISIS. Show More Summary
Lester Brickman, others testify before House subcommittee on proposed asbestos-reform FACT Act [Chamber-backed Legal NewsLine] “B.C. student-turned-dominatrix awarded $1.5M after car accident left her with new personality” [NationalShow More Summary
The weekend saw a whole load of terrific matches and performances in the world of football, from the Africa Cup of Nations' closing stages to major fixtures in some of the game's top domestic leagues. We've taken a full roundup of all the most notable results and teams and ranked them for their weekend successes. Show More Summary
The Week That Was: 2015-02-07 (February 7, 2015) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) US National Security – Threat of Climate Change: The White House has issued a report, “National Security Strategy”, stating that climate change (what…
Harry Reid's brother arrested for DUI, teacher steals from union to feed gambling addiction, and heroin PSA aired during Super Bowl about to go national.
In the news: National Zoo ups security measures, Obama backs D.C. budget autonomy, and more. [ more › ]
Every Monday, Page 2 of the Sports print section features a soccer centerpiece and several notebook items. Here are today’s contents: For years, most of the player movement involving MLS and U.S. national team members was outbound. Charmed by richer salaries and the romance of European soccer, many high-end Americans exited the blossoming North American […]
Saturday: The Betrayal of Socrates in Legal Education Nine California Law Schools Bucked National Trend, Increased 1L Enrollment in 2014 Simkovic: The Knowledge Tax The IRS Scandal, Day 632 Sunday: The Super Bowl and Tax The Super Bowl and Law School The Top 5 Tax Paper Downloads The IRS Scandal,...
Today, the nation finally gets to stop talking about deflated balls and finally gets around to... watching some very expensive TV commercials. Of course, the Super Bowl is much bigger than touchdowns, field goals or celebratory crotch...Show More Summary
It’s Saturday morning! International Politics Overall - The Ukrainian ambassador to the United Nations will ask the international body to deem Russia a supporter of terrorism - NATO General-Secretary Jens Stoltenberg said air strikes alone cannot defeat the Islamic State Middle East - Want to know how American funding in Afghanistan is going? The watchdog in charge wants to [...]
This week’s Smart City roundup features what may be the first smart nation, a competition for smart city initiatives and printable electronics may be the future of smart buildings. . Singapore aims to be the first smart nation More … Continue reading ?
I tip my hat to a new morning. International Politics Overall - The U.S. admits convicting David Hicks, an Australian national, at Guantanamo Bay was a mistake - As noted by this piece, the International Criminal Court will investigate individuals from both Israel and Palestine. In fact, they may go after those in the latter. - The [...]
Saturday: It Is Time to End Tenure at Age 70 Maine Governor Proposes Taxing Large Charities Houston Hosts Moot Court National Championship This Weekend The IRS Scandal, Day 625 Sunday: CBS News: Are Law School Admission Standards Slipping? Top 5 Tax Paper Downloads Bainbridge: Solve the Law School Crisis by...
In the news: Snow/rain to hit D.C. this weekend, why the National Children's Museum is coming back to D.C., and more. [ more › ]
We begin today's roundup with Zoë Carpenter at The Nation who reminds us that Republicans are still as extreme on abortion as ever: ’s tempting to probe the political significance of a few female Republicans having the will, and enough muscle, to scuttle a bill that passed the House in similar form just two years ago. Show More Summary