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States Challenge Endangered Species Act Expansion

States Challenge Endangered Species Act Expansion

by Sean Stein, Staff Contributor

Industrial expansion necessarily requires sacrifice from the natural world. And throughout the history of the United States, the consequences of that sacrifice have been devastating: various species of fish, wildlife, and plants have been rendered extinct by economic growth and development unhindered by adequate conservation efforts. 879 more words

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5 Online Articles that Influenced My Notions on Writing

Today, as a working young adult, most of the words I consume are in the form of pixels on a screen. The articles I read are no longer printed with ink, and the stories I share with friends are no longer on paper.  1,475 more words

Opinion

The Power Thinker (2017)

Colin Koopman, The power thinker, Aeon, 15 March 2017
Original, painstaking, sometimes frustrating and often dazzling. Foucault’s work on power matters now more than ever… 109 more words

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Timo Schmitz: "The meaning of nature for Chechens in Musa Akhmadov’s 'Don’t Destroy The Anthill'" (2017) [PDF]

Musa Akhmadov is one of the best received Chechen authors in recent times. His 1985 story “Don’t Destroy the Anthill” is well known for its natural symbols which are typical of Musa Akhmadov’s writing. 35 more words

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The European Court's ruling on religious clothing is wrong. Secularism is not neutral

This article first appeared on the Premier Blog

The European Court’s ruling on religious clothing is wrong. Secularism is not neutral
By: David Robertson | 14th March 2017   David Robertson explains why he believes today’s ruling by the European Court of Justice that employers can ban workers from wearing religious symbols at work is wrong… 1,008 more words

Politics

The End of the United Kingdom?

This article appeared in  Christian Today  – I was asked to offer a Christian perspective on IndyRef2. 

Apparently the grand old duchess of Scotland has decided not to march her troops back down the hill. 1,438 more words

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What SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Interpretation of Chevron Could Mean For Environmental Administrative Law

What SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s Interpretation of Chevron Could Mean For Environmental Administrative Law

by Philip J. McAndrews III, Staff Contributor

Introduction

On February 1, 2017, President Donald Trump made arguably one of the most important and lasting decisions a President can make when he nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to be Associate Justice to the Supreme Court of the United States. 1,950 more words

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