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This is not hyperbole, it is a simple statement of fact: Civil rights advocates are objecting to a proposal to close about 75 percent of polling locations in a predominantly black south Georgia county. The Randolph County elections board is scheduled to meet Thursday to discuss a proposal that would eliminate seven of nine polling locations in […]
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The Obama-Xi Cyber Agreement

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On August 16, 2018
Did the Obama-Xi cyber-security agreement work better than is commonly remembered? Experts generally agree that the Obama administration’s cyber-security policies were a mixed bag. Managing cyber-security was an extraordinarily difficult task, given the novel nature of the technology and the escalating degree of threat. The United States certainly conducted successful offensive operations under Obama, including […]
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Law school stuff

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On August 16, 2018
(1) Arizona Summit is biting the dust, which means that two of the three Infilaw scam outfits have now joined the choir invisible of ex-law schools.  That brings the total number of ABA-accredited schools who have gone or are going out of business to six. This is an especially cruel fate for Infilaw’s for-profit GRADPLUS-fueled […]

He’s Back

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On August 15, 2018

Jack Phillips is back to demand exemptions from Colorado civil rights law: Months after winning a Supreme Court case over his refusal to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, Colorado baker Jack

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