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Part 1 of 2. A Paradigm Shift

In the 19th century Hegel developed a theory to explain historical development as a dynamic process. This not only enforces the concept that conflicts are not bad, but good for generating understanding. 1,930 more words

Economic Inequality

Before going to law school, read this.

I would hope that before you decide to take on an average of $88,000 – $127,000 in debt you would do your due diligence. You are, after all, about to enroll yourself or your child in law school. 643 more words

Business Of Law

Steve-O Milhouse Harputin makes the New York Times!

THE CLOSING OF THE CANADIAN MIND

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/16/opinion/sunday/the-closing-of-the-canadian-mind.html?smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur&_r=0

THE prime minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, has called an election for Oct. 19, but he doesn’t want anyone to talk about it. 1,135 more words

Canada

Canada: Massive Nexen pipeline cleanup (2:29)

Pipelines are safe, eh Harper? The only comment that made sense from the president of Nexen is “We are sorry”. Not good enough. This is a disgrace. 203 more words

Activism

Man drops 130 pounds to achieve his dream of joining the Army

Steven Harper once weighed more than 350 pounds.

“I was big,” Harper told Q13 Fox.  “A lot of people told me ‘you’re too big, Steven.’” 137 more words

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Man Loses Over 130 Pounds To Enlist In Army

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD (CBS Seattle) — A Washington state man lost over 130 pounds so he could serve his country.

KCPQ-TV reports Steven Harper lost the weight so he could join the Army. 174 more words

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