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Proof Governor Paul LePage is Probably a Racist


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WILL MAINE governor Paul LePage step down after his most recent controverscial statements? No one’s really saying. But the possibility is the talk of the town since he left a controversial possibly calculated dog-whistle to his base voice mail on state Representative Representative Drew Gattine’s machine. 900 more words

Our 'Elected' 'Leaders'

One Weird Trick to Promote Persistent Information Asymmetry

When I first began researching the legal services market, I quickly became aware of the serious information asymmetry problem across the marketplace – especially for criminal defense. 370 more words

LSM Theory

GRCC In the News, 8-30-16

From the projects to West Michigan

Aug. 29, 2016; Grand Haven Tribune

An adult always had to open the door when someone knocked to make sure you wouldn’t be robbed. 136 more words

What The Night Of and Making a Murderer Say About Criminal Justice

The Night Of, HBO’s limited series that concluded its run Sunday night, seemed to underperform in terms of public consciousness. It failed to spark conversation online as vivid and impassioned as whodunits, real and fictional, have tended to of late. 696 more words

From the Rookie Corner: The Night Of Snapshot Review

Some days it feels like TRYING to find something interesting to watch on TV is a nightmare. Looking at the On Demand section, I find an endless selection of “reality” TV. 539 more words

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