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Supreme Courtship

Combine a combative Congressman, a pissed-off president, and a TV jurist for a constitutional crisis of … well, supreme … proportions. Add a not-so-fictional dash of the real Court in the Trump Era (although this book was written long before he became president), and you’ve got another knockout Buckley winner. 16 more words

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Wanderers

This book will be released July 2, 2019.

For no apparent reason, people develop a dead stare and start walking. They respond to nothing; their thick skin can’t be penetrated. 526 more words

Science Fiction

Fulbright Foreign Student Program in USA 2020-2021

The U.S. Government is presenting the Fulbright Foreign Students Program in the USA to help in pursuing your higher studies. As fortune’s wheel, the program is open for… 292 more words

Students

Forbidden Area

A discreet working body at the Pentagon — the Intentions of the Enemy Group, six men and one woman — detect Soviet movement toward nuclear war and prepare a report to warn those in authority. 225 more words

Florida

Read : 2019-06-03

Today’s selection of articles:

  1. Google gets ready for legal fight as U.S. mulls an antitrust probe“, by Keach Hagey, Rob Copeland, & Sam Schechner (Wall Street Journal, 2019-06-02).
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Entrapment and the Postal Service

He was about 70 years old, with a taupe colored buttoned up short sleeve shirt, brown rayon pants, and wing top shoes. You know, the kind with little holes at the pointed top area. 437 more words

Persecution

The Economist: 'What if Women Ruled The World?'- The World Would Be a Different Place?

Source:The New Democrat 

“Only 6.3% of all international leaders are women. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former Liberian president and Africa’s first elected female head of state, suggests ways to redress the balance.” 713 more words

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