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If Boehner Sues Obama, Roberts Wins

By Jonathan Bernstein – The technical issue is “standing.” For the courts to consider a lawsuit, the person or group bringing the suit has to show they were harmed in some direct way. 74 more words

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Liberals Make 'Profit' a Dirty Word

By Stephen L. Carter – The only reasonable interpretation is that the fundraisers believe — or believe that their targets believe — that there is something wrong with profit, that the proprietors of a for-profit firm are less admirable than those who run companies pursuing other goals. 41 more words

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How to avoid claims against your company

Commercial claims are an unfortunate fact of life for most businesses. They can be stressful and expensive to deal with. But there are things you can do to… 395 more words

Dispute Resolution

It seems to me that most people on the street may have a problem comprehending what is meant by “corporate fascism”.  Many people understand that the very corporations that they have to go out and get a job to work for in order to put food on the table have too much power, and are able to trump their liberties in all sorts of ways.   217 more words

Craft Beer Added to the WV Legislative Mash

Will West Virginia give a warmer regulatory welcome to the ever-growing craft beer industry in 2015?  That’s what an interim WVU Senate committee – which includes WV Senators Bob Beach and Bob Williams – will explore in advance of the 2015 legislative session. 225 more words

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QC leaders call on Congress to act on climate change issues

Several leaders in the Quad Cities met up to discuss climate change issues as flooding on the Mississippi River continues to disrupt Modern Woodmen Park. 187 more words


Interwebbed: Top Crypto and Cyber News Headlines for July 18

Newstime, kittens! Come gather round and hear all the top news stories of the day in the cyberwar, cryptocurrency, hacker and hacktivism departments. Cybersoup, just like Moms used to make! 264 more words