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Right Wing Politicians in Robes May Have Just Killed Obamacare

© Josh Sager – July 2014

Today, the D.C. Circuit Court ruled on the Halbig v. Burwell case and, in doing so, may have set in motion the complete destruction of the Affordable Care Act (AKA. 784 more words

Policy Discussion

Friend of alleged Boston Marathon bomber is convicted of obstructing justice

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

A friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber has been convicted of conspiracy and obstruction of justice for removing a backpack from the bombing suspect’s dorm room at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. 232 more words

Law

Let 'em out

Okay, let’s start by saying that I think most violent felons need to be serving substantial prison sentences.  That said, we incarcerate far too many people for far too long in this country.   125 more words

Politics

The militarization of the police

Great New Rules from Bill Maher.  I especially like how Maher points out that it is huge failure of “small government” conservatives to stand up to such egregious abuse of governmental authority.

Politics

FORENSICS: Time to Look Back 5 years. Scientific Status and NRC (NAS) Comments in "Identification from Bitemarks"

Nothing can more chilling than what is going on in forensics over the last 5 years.   Certain national forensic organizations have and are still being investigated by US federal, Congressional or executive agencies or committees. 177 more words

Criminal Justice

Last College Tour

Hi my name is Manuel Mack and today I will be talking about experience at a Keiser university and at Daytona beach. I felt like Keiser university was a very good school for me because their main focus was on criminal justice and that’s what I wanna major in. 104 more words

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The Crisis on Our Borders: Unaccompanied Minors, Gangs and Politics

© Josh Sager – July 2014

Of the myriad issues in American politics, one of the most contentious and emotional is the debate surrounding illegal immigration. 1,562 more words

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