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WHAT HAPPENED: In North Dakota, Minnesota and countless other States in the Union, the State may penalize a suspected drunk driver if that driver refuses to submit a blood or breath test. 264 more words
When “Kevin” pled guilty to possession and intent to distribute methamphetamine’s, it seemed as if the case was over.
But, the government had still not managed to crack his iPhone and retrieve what it believed was incriminating data contained on the phone. 149 more words
These days people keep almost everything about their private lives on their laptops, or other portable digital devices. Photos, bank accounts, medical records, virtually anything, is apt to be stored on a portable digital device… and this can become a problem for travelers trying to get across the US borders. 390 more words
What Voting Meant to James Wilson one of six men who signed both ther Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States
Post by Prof. Paul Eidelberg
James Wilson of Pennsylvania was one of six men who signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. 662 more words
Predictions are iffy things, at best.
Our natural confirmation biases cause us to learn and remember when the occasional prediction of something is correct; but it also leads us to ignore and/or forget about the vast majority of times when a said prediction did not come to pass. 220 more words