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Umno will dig its own grave deeper with its forex scandal blitz

Umno will dig its own grave deeper with its forex scandal blitz

COMMENT Annuar Musa appears optimistic that the nationwide information blitz that he is putting together next month on the foreign exchange scandal will garner more support for Umno. 453 more words


How $1m was discovered in Badeh's wardrobe

​Witness Reveals How $1m was Found in Badeh’s Wardrobe

Alex Enumah in Abuja

The 15th prosecution witness in the trial of the former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshall Alex Badeh (rtd), Mohammed Goji, tuesday told the Federal High Court in Abuja that the sum of $1million was found in the wardrobe in the Maitama property belonging to Badeh. 626 more words

If education is 'personal information', then why not criminal record?

The Delhi High Court has not helped further the cause of transparency in public life by staying the direction of the Central Information Commission (CIC) to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to permit examination of Class XII records of Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani. 319 more words


Why I Am Pessismistic About the Long-Term Unity of Our Country

I am pessimistic about the long-term prospects for the unity of the United States. I think there are several “structural” features of our system of government which will continue to make the polarization of our country get worse, not better. 1,107 more words


Ontario attorney general seeks Feds' help to speed up justice system

Ontario’s attorney general is calling on the federal government to help speed up the justice system by appointing more judges and making specific changes to the country’s Criminal Code. 576 more words



Though legal culture in the United States calls itself a profession, it is really a for-profit religion having a monopoly on violence to produce one product: you. 449 more words

Existentialist Theory Of Justice

Do foreign nationals have constitutional rights? Supreme Court will decide soon

(NationalSentinel) Throughout U.S. history no foreign national was afforded carte blanche constitutional rights in the U.S., but the Supreme Court could change that, and soon. 550 more words