"More Perfect"; Somewhat Less Than Perfect

The fact that Jad Abumrad is a scientist would tend to explain why the premise for “More Perfect” is analogous to The Big Bang Theory… 473 more words

West Wing Wednesday: "The Supremes"

I’ve always been interested in the Supreme Court of the United States.

As a student in Jeff Kresge’s social studies class, it was almost a mandate. 749 more words

The West Wing

Look Back At-It: (About that thing I typed) -- Gerrymandering

Welcome to the newest intermittent series of the blog. In this series, we will check back in on a topic that has made local or national news in 5 Things. 966 more words


Disparaging and Vulgar?

On January 5, 2017, Work Release Records, Inc. (WRR) filed an application to register CERTIFIED STREET NIGGAZ for baseball caps and T-shirts.

On January 18, the United States Supreme Court heard oral argument in… 223 more words


Supreme Court Will Decide If American Express Can Stop Stores From Encouraging Customers To Use Less-Expensive Cards

If you have multiple credit cards in your wallet, you probably decide which one to use based on factors like each card’s interest rate, current balance, and rewards programs. 792 more words

Retail Services

The Supreme Court Will Decide on This Dispute Between Microsoft and the Trump Administration

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to resolve a major privacy dispute between the Justice Department and Microsoft over whether prosecutors should get access to emails stored on company servers overseas. 349 more words


[VIDEO] 'Administrative State is THE Leading Threat to Civil Liberties of Our Era'

Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School Philip Hamburger discusses the rise of the administrative state and what, if anything, can be done to reduce its power. 337 more words