President Obama likes to talk about the value of contributing to your community, but in the jobs bill he sent to Congress yesterday, he targets such contributions for increased taxation. By limiting tax deductions for voluntary giving, Obama would… Read Article
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Trying to start a business as a student can lead to lawsuits by your university -- or even, perhaps, to the chain gang, warns soon-to-be law professor Brian Love:… Read Article
"You may ... settle this matter by paying $90,643."
Selling rabbits without a license. There was no accusation of animal cruelty, let alone danger to humans.
How big was the business involved?
It was the battle of the blue suits, round one, in the presidential debates. There were no major gaffes and no absolute knockouts.
Pundits generally agreed that Mitt Romney came out on top. He was aggressive, on the offensive, and in… Read Article
[This piece was originally published on February 15, 2013 in The Daily Caller .]
Sure proof of the failure of the country’s education system is the fact that Americans, the casualties of that system, could listen to President Obam… Read Article
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Title: Student Rights on Campus: Absent Force, Does the Concept Apply? - Presenter: Alexander R. Cohen
Date: Monday, September 23, 2013
Time: 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT… Read Article
Recently Zoltan Istvan, author of the provocative book The Transhumanist Wager, called for “regulation that restricts religious indoctrination of children until they reach, let's say, 16 years of age.”… Read Article
In his 2015 State of the Union speech, President Obama counted on the American people being too ignorant to see that he was offering the same old failed policies and sugar-coated demagoguery.… Read Article