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Does Size really Matter?

The anti-corruption discourse in our country usually rationalises the failure or refusal to prosecute any important persons for corrupt acts as being a result of our small size. 792 more words

Politics And Public Affairs

SCOTUS just guaranteed that thousands of Native Americans can't vote in November

Only the uniform has changed

The U.S. Supreme Court…rejected a Hail Mary appeal filed by a group of Native American voters in North Dakota late last month in the hopes of preserving their right to vote in the upcoming November elections.

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SCOTUS rejects corporate appeal -- Lead Paint Decision Stands!

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected appeals from Conagra Brands and Sherwin-Williams Co., leaving intact a ruling that requires them to pay more than $400 million for lead-paint remediation in California.

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Murder, Incorporated

“We’re OK as long as your lies match my lies”


Hunt the hunters

I have mentioned a number of times the hazards encountered while cycling on the streets here. Commuting by bike requires great alertness and quick reactions. The same goes outside of the cities, where traffic is less dense but there are more drivers speeding on narrow, windy roads, more drunk drivers, and ever-poorer surfaces. 688 more words