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Obama, Immigration, and the "End" of Bi-Partisanship

The Economist published an opinion about Barack Obama’s executive order that will shelter some undocumented immigrants.  In the article, The Economist correctly highlights the festering political problems destroying America today, but in the end make the claim that Obama’s executive action marks the end of any hope for bi-partisanship in Washington. 171 more words

Politics

A Trial Victory in a Federal White-Collar Case!

It’s a dreary Monday morning in D.C., but I saw this article on Law360 (subscription required, sorry) that brought a little cheer to the day. 364 more words

Obstruction

Scoring Or Safety: Make Up Your Mind

There’s a common belief that more scoring and an increased amount of safety can be accomplished simultaneously.

Doesn’t that sound like the perfect world? Who doesn’t want to see more highlight-reel goals and faster action with players flying up and down the ice? 701 more words

NHL

Field Hockey Rules: Assumption of offence and the Advantage Rule

Rules of Hockey:   Assumption of offence.      More muddling of the Advantage Rule.

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Muddling the Advantage Rule with ‘gains benefit’

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Video World Cup pool game 2014 Spain v Malaysia… 981 more words

Rules Of Hockey

Holiday Eating

Whether we accept it or not, the holidays are fast approaching, and with them come the temptations of foods we don’t normally eat.  I’m not talking about the extra servings of desserts that add that comfy padding to our hips, or the dozens of “coffee” drinks that appear this time of year that contain more shit than they do actual coffee.  1,117 more words

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