I have to digress from sharing more of my new mentor THOREAU to again put in my two cents worth about this recent uproar about the 1%! 192 more words
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The latest US SC ruling on religious freedom, this time with respect to beards. Similar to Canadian approach. Commentary below by Carrie Severino:
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emphasizes that it is the religiously-motivated view of an action, not the unbelieving bystander’s judgment of its importance, that determines whether a burden is substantial.
Today on IPcopy we have a handy review courtesy of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C. of the recent Teva Pharamceuticals v Sandoz case in the US. 1,256 more words
BALTIMORE (AP) — A man convicted of raping his former classmate is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the conviction and his 100-year-prison sentence. 118 more words
Mr Huckabee, I have an even better idea. It might be revolutionary, I know, but you’re headed in that direction anyway, so why not go along with me? 349 more words