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Is the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland guilty of Promoting Racism?

This question arises out of an examination of the Charter of King George III in 1783 which gave life to the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland. 818 more words

Government

Oklahoma Teen Convicted in Drive-By Shooting of Australian Jogger

An Oklahoma teen will spend the rest of his life in prison after he was convicted of first-degree murder this week for shooting and killing a jogger in 2013 – a drive-by, an accomplice has said, that was carried out… 388 more words

Survey says new law is deterring drug dependent births

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — It’s a new law that has caused a lot of controversy both nation wide and right here in Shelby County.

But now, a new survey said the law that allows prosecutors to file assault charges against mothers of drug-addicted newborns is having a positive effect. 302 more words

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Follow The Money

Respectfully submitted by Lawrence E. Rafferty (rafflaw)-Weekend Contributor

Over the last few years we have seen many stories and articles that discuss the problems States and… 888 more words

Society

Behind the Curtain in Irish Banks......

This past week, like many of the preceding weeks, has been very interesting, both in the public discourse and in events in the Four Courts in Dublin. 1,617 more words

Government

Oklahoma Acts To Innovate - In Executions

On Friday the Governor of Oklahoma signed into law a bill that would establish nitrogen-induced hypoxia as a means of executing prisoners, should circumstances prevent lethal injection from being used. 351 more words

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