This is a re-post of something I wrote last month for The National Interest on US adaption to other countries’ nuclearization. In short, we adapted badly at first – Cuba – and then learned to live with proliferation even though we didn’t like it and did the best we could to halt it… 1,155 more words
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PA Supreme Court Denies Lower Merion Township's Petition for Allocatur Involving Its Illegal Firearm Regulations
As our viewers are aware from my prior article on January 27, 2017, after the the Commonwealth Court issued its decision in Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC), et al. 104 more words
Requirements will bring change to national chains.
Lisa Morrison loves her job in the floral department at Safeway on U.S. Highway 20 in Bend, but she said the company’s practice of giving three days’ notice of work schedules has created a lot of stress in her life. 45 more words
Our country’s growing political tension between city leadership and state legislatures has long historic roots in America, NLC Director of Research Christiana McFarland writes this week in Route Fifty. 270 more words
Carter v. Pallante, 2017 WL 2506419, No. 16 C 6786 (N.D.
Ill. Jun. 9, 2017)
Tollie Carter has sued Maria A. Pallante (now acting
Register Karyn Temple Claggett) in her capacity as the Register of Copyrights, 835 more words
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Hodges Consulting, Inc., 2016
WL 8856671, No. 16-cv-00906 (N.D. Ga. Dec. 13, 2016)
Hi-Tech and Hodges compete in the dietary supplement market… 316 more words